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10 of the Prettiest Soup Bowls You Can Buy

These soup bowls will turn any homemade soup into a work of art!

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Mainstays Multi-Color Speckled Stoneware Double Handle Soup Bowls, Set of 4Walmart

Speckled Soup Bowls

These stoneware soup bowls ($11 for 4) come in a speckled glazed finish. The design is classic, but bright colors add a fun touch. (The color scheme is ideal for hearty fall soups.) Plus, they’re dishwasher safe, microwave safe and super affordable.

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Acacia Wave BowlsBed Bath & Beyond

Acacia Wave Bowls

The shape and material of these wooden bowls ($50 for 4) sets them apart. They’re made from acacia wood and have a waved shape rather than a standard circle, which makes them a standout piece. They’re hand-wash only but perfect for a classic soup with a twist.

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French Onion CrocksBed Bath & Beyond

French Onion Crocks

Cook French onion soup to your heart’s content in these authentic-looking crocks ($35 for 4). They’ll be a hit at any dinner party, making the classic soup dish look that much better. Find our best tricks for making French onion soup.

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Indigo Organic Reactive Glaze Bowls, Set Of 2via

Organic Stoneware Bowls

These organic stoneware bowls ($12 for 2) look like you picked them up during your travels. The natural, organic pattern should be a conversation piece at any dinner party. Check out our recipes for classic soups like chicken noodle, French onion and more.

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Nova Deruta Soup BowlsSur la Table

Italian-Inspired Soup Bowls

These vivid, colorful bowls ($80 for 4) are resistant to chips and scratches, and they’ll look great in any kitchen. They’re handcrafted in Italy in a style that dates back to the Renaissance, so you know the design will never go out of style.

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Bright and Colorful Soup BowlsMacy's

Bright and Colorful Soup Bowls

These Le Creuset soup bowls ($80 for 4) come in many fun colors, so buy a couple sets to mix and match. They’re nonstick for easy cleanup and can be tossed in the dishwasher without a hassle. The ridges on the inside add something extra, but the bowls are basic enough to match any kitchen décor. Serve up our best creamy, cheesy soup recipes. Yum!

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Kate Spade BowlMacy's

Kate Spade Bowl

This Kate Spade soup bowl ($20) is deeper than most, so it can hold more without taking up too much room on the table. The colors are simple, plus the fun spiral design shows off their depth.

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Noritake BowlMacy's

Noritake Bowl

Build a custom set of these two-toned Noritake bowls ($30). They’re sold separately and come in a variety of colors, so you can mix and match based on your décor. The bowls are part of a dinner collection, grab the plates and drinkware as well!

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Moroccan Tile BowlsWorld Market

Moroccan Tile Bowls

These porcelain Moroccan tile bowls ($36 for 4) will have guests asking how far you ventured to purchase them. They’ll add a touch of Mediterranean style to your kitchen, but they’re also microwave and dishwasher safe for easy heat up and cleanup.

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Wonki Ware Red Rosebud All Purpose BowlWorld Market

Wonki Ware Red Rosebud Bowl

The interior of these rosebud bowls ($13) is even more beautiful than their exterior. The bowls are handcrafted and imported from South Africa, making them worth the splurge. Each bowl has one-of-a-kind character, and no two designs will be exactly the same.

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Julia Mullaney
Julia Mullaney is a writer, blogger and self-proclaimed macaroni and cheese connoisseur based in New Jersey. She is currently a health & fitness writer for Cheat Sheet and previously worked as the editorial manager of Edible Jersey Magazine. Her work has been published in Rachael Ray Every Day, Art Quench, RMagazine and Edible Jersey. She is the author of Man, you can Cook!, a cookbook full of simple recipes for men who consider the kitchen to be uncharted land. In her spare time, she also runs a food blog full of original, easy recipes. Chow down at or on Instagram at @simplydeliciousblogger.

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