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Brutalist Decorative Bowls

BRUTALIST STYLE

The design of brutalist furniture encompasses that which is crafted, hewn and worked by hand — an aesthetic rebuke (or, at least, a counterpoint) to furniture that is created using 21st-century materials and technology. Lately, the word “brutalist” has been adopted by the realms of furniture design and the decorative arts to refer to chairs, cabinets, tables and accessory pieces such as mirror frames and lighting that are made of rougher, deeply textured metals and other materials that are the visual and palpable antithesis of the sleek, smooth and suave. 

ORIGINS OF BRUTALIST FURNITURE DESIGN

CHARACTERISTICS OF BRUTALIST FURNITURE DESIGN 

  • Use of industrial materials — tubular steel, concrete, glass, granite
  • Prioritizes functionalism, minimalism and utilization of negative space
  • Spare silhouettes, pronounced geometric shapes
  • Stripped-down, natural look; rugged textures, modular construction
  • Interiors featuring airy visual flow and reliance on neutral palettes

BRUTALIST FURNITURE DESIGNERS TO KNOW

VINTAGE BRUTALIST FURNITURE ON 1STDIBS

The term brutalism — which derives from the French word brut, meaning “raw” — was coined by architecture critic Reyner Banham to describe an architectural style that emerged in the 1950s featuring monumental buildings, usually made of unornamented concrete, whose design was meant to project an air of strength and solidity.

Le Corbusier essentially created the brutalist style; its best-known iterations in the United States are the Whitney Museum of American Art, which was designed by Marcel Breuer, and Paul Rudolph's Yale Art and Architecture Building. The severe style might have been the most criticized architectural movement of the 20th century, even if it was an honest attempt to celebrate the beauty of raw material. But while the brutalist government buildings in Washington, D.C., seemingly bask in their un-beauty, brutalist interior design and decor is much more lyrical, at times taking on a whimsical, romantic quality that its exterior counterparts lack.

Paul Evans is Exhibit A for brutalist furniture design. His Sculpture Front cabinets laced with high-relief patinated steel mounts have become collector's items nonpareil, while the chairs, coffee table and dining table in his later Cityscape series and Sculpted Bronze series for Directional Furniture are perhaps the most expressive, attention-grabbing pieces in American modern design. Other exemplary brutalist designers are Silas Seandel, the idiosyncratic New York furniture designer and sculptor whose works in metal — in particular his tables — have a kind of brawny lyricism, and Curtis Jere, a nom-de-trade for the California team of Curtis Freiler and Jerry Fels, the bold makers of expressive scorched and sheared copper and brass mirror frames and wall-mounted sculptures.

Brutalist furniture and sculptures remain popular with interior designers and can lend unique, eccentric, human notes to an art and design collection in any home.

Find authentic vintage brutalist chairs, coffee tables, decorative objects and other furniture on 1stDibs.

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Style: Brutalist
Olive tree bowl, brutalist design
Located in JASSANS-RIOTTIER, FR
Trinket bowl from France in the fifties Monoxyl piece, brutalist design Carved in one piece of olive tree Nice patina
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Mid-20th Century French Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Wood

Midcentury German Brutalist Bronze Bowl
Located in Dusseldorf, DE
A very decorative round German mid-century brutalist bowl made of bronze. Dimensions Height: 11 cm / 4.33 inch. Diameter: 20 cm / 7.87 inch. Weight: 3,68 kg
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Mid-20th Century German Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Bronze

Arnold Wiigs Fabriker 'AWF' Finnish Brutalist Textured Stoneware Pedestal Bowl
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A very stylish large mid-century Finnish Brutalist art pottery bowl with a key pattern design and with a textured brown finish by Arnold Wiigs Fabriker (1943-1977). The bowl stands o...
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Mid-20th Century Finnish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Stoneware

Shallow Bowl A024 and round ring place mat C052 in brass & Aluminium
Located in Benahavis, AN
The shallow small bowl was created by David Marshall, from sand cast aluminium. We use recycled materials all our pieces are handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and worksh...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Still Stand Abstract Biomorphic Wood Bowl, Chainsaw Carved, Functional Sculpture
Located in Stara Gradiška, HR
Still Stand Abstract Biomorphic Wood Bowl, Chainsaw Carved, Functional Sculpture. Carved in the flow of inspiration from a single piece of lumber
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21st Century and Contemporary Croatian Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Wood

Fruit Bowl A019 Solid cast brass (gold coloured) and aluminium (silver coloured)
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Coaster was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast aluminum and sand cast brass. We can engrave this piece with your Initials or Logo, makes a beautiful We...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Brass, Aluminum

Brutalist Fruit Sweet Bowl Decorative Tabletop Object Handmade Brass Aluminium
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Fruit Bowl was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast aluminum and sand cast brass. We can engrave this piece with your Initials or Logo, makes a beautifu...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Bronze Cast Brutalist Vase by Saviato, Italy
Located in London, GB
Sculptural teardrop shaped vase has a rough texture of burlap imprinted on part of the surfaces contrasted with a highly polished smooth finish of the bronzes. Signed with trademark ...
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1970s Italian Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Bronze

Brutalist Carved Bowl
Located in Richmond, VA
Unique triangular shaped bowl, made from pear wood and stained. 12" from corner to corner, 7" tall. Has heavy carving marks. New without former owner. Has natural grain and small cra...
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2010s American Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Wood

Brutalist Metal Ashtray by Marcello Fantoni for Raymor, circa 1950
Located in View Park, CA
A vintage Italian Brutalist hand-worked metal ashtray by Marcello Fantoni for Raymor, made in Italy circa 1950. Patinated copper in tones of chartreuse, turquoise, and pewter. Born in Florence in 1915, Marcello Fantoni wed ancient Italian pottery technique with decidedly Modernist elements, garnering tremendous acclaim both at home and abroad - his work has been collected by important museums worldwide. When Fantoni died in Florence in 2011 at the age of 95, his obituary in the Italian newspaper...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Metal, Copper

Brutalist Shallow Bowl Cast Alumium and Brass Reference A024 by David Marshall
Located in Benahavis, AN
The shallow small bowl was created by David Marshall, from sand cast aluminium. We use recycled materials all our pieces are handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain. It is certified authentic by the Artist David Marshall. He is insipired by nature and the landscaps making useful art with cast brass and alumium materials. We also make bespoke designs for clients, like signage for condominums, private homes, Hotels & Restaurants, awards for Charity...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Charcoal and Silver Finish Terracotta "Carbone" Bowl by Facto Atelier Paris
Located in Chicago, IL
Brutalist terracotta bowl. Uniquely cooked directly on charcoal. Made exclusively for Facto Atelier Paris. Silver reflections. Not suitable for foo...
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2010s Italian Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Terracotta

Sunburst Centerpiece or Footed Fruit Bowl in Gilt Wrought Iron
Located in Barcelona, ES
One of a kind hand-hammered iron Brutalist sunburst centerpiece bowl with gold leaf finish, Spain, 1960s. Its design is sculptural and highly decorative. This centerpiece will be a ...
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Mid-20th Century Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Iron, Gold Leaf

Artisan Large Brutalist Multi Color Glass Bowl, 1970s
Located in New York, NY
Unique large artisan Brutalist glass bowl, green, orange and brown coloration with volcanic finish on interior, American 1970's. This bowl makes a fantastic accent piece.
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1970s American Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Glass

Paul Evans Freeform Cast Aluminum "Crater" Dish, circa 1960
Located in Bainbridge, NY
Paul Evans handcrafted cast aluminium moon crater accessory Dish. Bowl. 1960s. Keys. Watches. Cufflinks. Jewelry. Marked 220 to underside. Organic. Brutali...
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1960s American Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum

Red Enameled Solid Copper Bowl, USA 1950's
Located in New York, NY
Solid Copper bowl with a red enameled exterior finish.
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Mid-20th Century American Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Copper, Enamel

Large Onyx Dish, France 1960's
Located in New York, NY
A large and elegantly carved onyx dish.
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Mid-20th Century French Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Onyx

E002 Rectangular Tray Gold and aluminium coloured, Solid cast Brass & Aluminium
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Tray was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast brass. Handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain from recycled materials. Certi...
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Early 2000s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

A105 Leaf Bowl in solid cast brass
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative tray was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast brass. Handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain from recycled materials. Certi...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Brass

Handcrafted woodwork by Erkki Hovi, Finland
Located in Vantaa, FI
Hand crafted woodwork by Erkki Hovi, Finn-Atelier , made from prime wood. 1 pcs candle holder for wall and bowl with handle. Both items have sta...
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Late 20th Century Finnish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Wood

Stylish Wing Bowl A076 in cast brass designed by David Marshall
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative tray was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast brass. Handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain from recycled materials. Certi...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Brass

Small Mesh Fruit Bowl A051 Decorative Center Piece Gold Coloured Cast Metal
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Oval Bowl was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast aluminum and sand cast brass. Handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain from...
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Early 2000s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Brass

Large Abstract Modernist Ceramic Bowl
Located in Budapest, HU
Ceramic brutalist style bowl with an abstract modernist black and white pattern. Extravagant piece for style hunters' homes. Marked Shrink-glazed, hand-painted ceramic, made around 1...
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1960s Hungarian Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Ethnic Tray A074 Decorative Center Piece solid Brass and aluminium
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative tray was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast aluminum and sand cast brass. Handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain from rec...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Small Oval Bowl A021 Decorative Center Piece Silver and Gold Coloured Cast Metal
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Oval Bowl was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast aluminum and sand cast brass. Handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain from...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Bowl round A070 cast solid Brass and Aluminium Silver and Gold coloured handmade
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Bowl was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast aluminum and sand cast brass. We can engrave this piece with your Initials or Logo, makes a beautiful Wed...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Small Canoa Dish A060 cast brass (gold colour) and aluminium (silver colour)
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Dish was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast aluminum and sand cast brass. We can engrave this piece with your Initials or Logo, makes a beautiful Weddi...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Ellen Brenner Bronze Sculptural Platter w/ Bronze Orchid Adornments (Signed)
By Ellen Brenner-Sorensen
Located in East Hampton, NY
An incredibly unique sculptural platter by artist, Ellen Brenner (signed to verso). The verdigris patina on the bronze from 1970's is lovely, adorn...
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1970s American Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Bronze

Egg Fruit Bowl A054 Abstract Brass Aluminium Silver and Gold Coloured
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Fruit Bowl was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast aluminum and sand cast brass. Handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain fro...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Brass

Canoa A059 Dish Handmade Silver and Gold coloured Bowl
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Canoa Dish was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast aluminum and sand cast brass. Handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain fro...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Mesh Fruit Bowl A050 Solid Brass Sand Cast
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Brass Fruit Bowl was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast brass. Handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain from recycled mater...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Brass

Brutalist Bronze and Natural Amathyst, Quartz, and Citrine Crystal Bowl
Located in Southbury, CT
This 1970s-era Brutalist bronze bowl is both spectacular and unique. Measuring approximately 11" by 7", the bowl has a bronze wire basket with pl...
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1970s Brazilian Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Quartz, Bronze

Brutalist Ethnic Sweet Bowl Handmade in Spain Aluminium Brass
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Sweet Bowl was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast aluminum and sand cast brass. Handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain from recycled materials. Certified authentic by the Artist David Marshall with his signature. The Artist is inspired by nature and land scape...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Large Basket Bowl A016 Solid Cast Brass Aluminum Handmade Spain
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Basket Bowl was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast aluminum and sand cast brass. Handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain f...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Antique Wooden Dough Bowl Trough Hand Carved, 1900s
Located in Delft, NL
Antique wooden dough trough in unrestored, untreated original condition. A beautiful home decoration that can be used in many different ways. Dimensions: 101cm W, 45cm D, 21cm H Pe...
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Early 1900s Dutch Antique Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Wood

Large Solid Cast Aluminum Medusa Bowl A077 Cuenco Medusa Grande Handmade
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Large Medusa Bowl was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast aluminum. Handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and worksh...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum

Large Brutalist Wood Bowl Large Vide Poche in a Brown Patina, France, circa 1960
Located in Auribeau sur Siagne, FR
This vide poche has been made in France circa 1960. It is a Brutalist Style bowl, with a free form. In a Brown color.
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1960s French Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Wood

Mesh Fruit Tray A009 Solid Cast Brass Aluminum Handmade Spain
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Mesh Fruit Tray was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast aluminum and sand cast brass. Handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spa...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Brutalist Abstract Bowl Cast Alumium Reference A061
Located in Benahavis, AN
The abstract bowl was created by David Marshall, from sand cast aluminium. We use recycled materials all our pieces are handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain. It is certified authentic by the Artist David Marshall. He is insipired by nature and the landscaps making useful art with cast brass and alumium materials. We also make bespoke designs for clients, like signage for condominums, private homes, Hotels & Restaurants, awards for Charity...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum

Bronze Modernist Large Square Bowl Sculpture, Signed Del Campo - Italy
Located in East Hampton, NY
Raised sculptural texture adorns this brutal style bronze square bowl with an interior enamel finish. Excellent patina and very heavy - SIGNED to v...
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1960s Italian Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Bronze, Enamel

Kai Blomqvist Brutalist Patinated Cast Bronze Bowl, Finland, 1970's
Located in Stockholm, SE
Scandinavian Modern and a brutalist cast bronze bowl on three legs with nice oxidized patina, stamped Kai Blomqvist and made in Finland.
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1970s Finnish Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Bronze

Brutalist Zen Bowl A071 in Cast Brass and Aluminium Designed by David Marshall
Located in Benahavis, AN
The Bowl was created by David Marshall, from sand cast aluminium and brass. We use recycled materials all our pieces are handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop ...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Brutalist Wood Bowl, Large, in a Brown Patina, India, 19th Century
Located in Auribeau sur Siagne, FR
This vide poche has been made in India circa 19th century. It is a Brutalist style bowl. In a brown color.
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19th Century Indian Antique Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Wood

Brutalist Small Metal Bowl A018 Solid Cast Aluminium & Brass
Located in Benahavis, AN
The small Basket bowl was created by David Marshall, from sand cast aluminium and brass. All our pieces are handmade, mounted and finished in out foundry and workshop in Spain. It ...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Brutalist Wood Bowl, Large, in a Brown Patina, France, circa 1960
Located in Auribeau sur Siagne, FR
This vide poche has been made in France circa 1960. It is a Brutalist Style bowl, with a free form. In a Brown color.
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1960s French Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Wood

Brutalist Medium Mesh Fruit Bowl Solid Cast Aluminium Reference A050 Handmade
Located in Benahavis, AN
The decorative Medium Mesh Fruit Bowl was created by David Marshall, it is made of sand cast aluminum . Handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain from recy...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum

Brutalist Maze Bowl Cast Aluminum & Brass Reference A080 by David Marshall
Located in Benahavis, AN
The abstract bowl was created by David Marshall, from sand cast aluminium. We use recycled materials all our pieces are handmade, mounted and finished in our foundry and workshop in Spain. It is certified authentic by the Artist David Marshall. He is insipired by nature and the landscaps making useful art with cast brass and alumium materials. We also make bespoke designs for clients, like signage for condominums, private homes, Hotels & Restaurants, awards for Charity...
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2010s Spanish Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Primitive Hand Hewn Wooden through with Stand
Located in Dallas, TX
An organic hand-hewn wooden trough with two-legged base. The piece is a part of our one-of-a-kind collection, Le Monde. Exclusive to Brendan Bass. Globally curated by Brendan ...
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1970s Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Wood

Salvino Marsura Brutalist Forged Iron Pocket Emptier, 1970s
Located in Puglia, Puglia
One-of-a-kind brutalist and sculptural coin tray, designed and built in Italy in the 1970s by the Italian sculptor Salvino Marsura. In hand-forged iron, silver patinated with camoufl...
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1970s Italian Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Iron

Brutalist Wood Bowl, Large, in a Brown Patina, France circa 1960
Located in Auribeau sur Siagne, FR
This vide poche has been made in France circa 1960. It is a Brutalist Style bowl, with a free form. In a Brown color.
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1960s French Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Wood

Large Signed Alfredo Barbini Scavo Glass Bowl 1970s Blue White and Amethyst
Located in Melbourne, AU
Superb large example of Barbini 'Scavo' glass. Amethyst glass with cobalt blue highlights. Wonderful markings, colours and proportions. Signature to base. One of the largest size...
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1970s Italian Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Art Glass

Aluminium and Bass Brutalist Style Vide-Poche by Alfonso Marquez, circa 1970s
Located in London, GB
Aluminium and brass Brutalist style vide-poche by Alfonso Marquez (in the style of David Marshall). Weighty and wonderfully tactile, this bowl is decor...
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1970s Spanish Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Aluminum, Brass

Giant Concrete Bowl, Charcoal & Ash
Located in Camp Meeker, CA
This bowl was made using charcoal and ash from the artist's property in northern California. Every year, fuel reduction in the forest provides fuel for heating his old cabin. The ash...
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2010s American Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Concrete

Brutalist Studio Pottery Tray
Located in Vallejo, CA
A vintage circular studio pottery tray. Earthy glazes with unique textured handles on the sides. A stripe of contrasting blue and brown glazes connects the 2 handles. Embossed signat...
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Mid-20th Century American Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Pottery

Brutalist Art Ceramic Large Bowl by Jan Nolf, Perignem Belgium 1960's
Located in Oud-Turnhout, VAN
Vintage Midcentury Brutalist Design Art Ceramic Large Squared dish bowl by Jan Nolf for the Perignem Studios, Amphora. Made in Belgium, 1960's. Jan Nolf (1931...
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1960s Belgian Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Brutalist Art Ceramic XL Bowl, signed Delabell, Belgium 1960's
Located in Oud-Turnhout, VAN
Vintage Brutalist Design Art Ceramics XL Bowl, signed Delabell. Made in Belgium, 1960's. Attributed to the Perignem / Amphora Art Pottery Studios. Black under glaze with red, greenis...
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1960s Belgian Vintage Brutalist Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Brutalist decorative bowls for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a broad range of unique Brutalist decorative bowls for sale on 1stDibs. Many of these items were first offered in the 21st Century and Contemporary, but contemporary artisans have continued to produce works inspired by this style. If you’re looking to add vintage decorative bowls created in this style to your space, the works available on 1stDibs include decorative objects, serveware, ceramics, silver and glass, asian art and furniture and other home furnishings, frequently crafted with metal, aluminum and other materials. If you’re shopping for used Brutalist decorative bowls made in a specific country, there are Europe, Spain, and Italy pieces for sale on 1stDibs. While there are many designers and brands associated with original decorative bowls, popular names associated with this style include David Marshall, Alfredo Barbini, Aluclair, and Arno Declercq. It’s true that these talented designers have at times inspired knockoffs, but our experienced specialists have partnered with only top vetted sellers to offer authentic pieces that come with a buyer protection guarantee. Prices for decorative bowls differ depending upon multiple factors, including designer, materials, construction methods, condition and provenance. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $220 and tops out at $7,500 while the average work can sell for $650.

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