06-14-2017, 04:13 PM
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Hi,
      I just recently dropped my first shaving bowl and it chipped and cracked, but, fortunately, it didn't brake apart. It's a clay pottery type bowl. Is there any kind of way to fix the hairline crack it developed and the chip in the rim it now has?

     This bowl is a little over 4 inches in diameter and a little over 2 inches deep. I was wondering how this compares in size to some of the bowls you guys are using. I was thinking my bowl might be a little on the small side but wasn't for sure. I wish I could find one somewhat bigger than this one with a handle on it so I don't drop it again (it gets slippery with lather and water when I shave). The nice thing about it is it has a rough clay texture all over it, but that still didn't make it non-droppable.  Sad
   
     Any ideas what a medium or average-sized shaving bowl would measure in dimensions?

Thank you

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 06-14-2017, 05:06 PM
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Check out Dirty Bird Pottery.  Their Bill Bowl, which is 4.5" wide and 2.5" tall, is a great shaving bowl.

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 06-15-2017, 04:05 AM
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(06-14-2017, 04:13 PM)punchy Wrote:     I just recently dropped my first shaving bowl and it chipped and cracked, but, fortunately, it didn't brake apart. It's a clay pottery type bowl. Is there any kind of way to fix the hairline crack it developed and the chip in the rim it now has?

     This bowl is a little over 4 inches in diameter and a little over 2 inches deep. I was wondering how this compares in size to some of the bowls you guys are using. I was thinking my bowl might be a little on the small side but wasn't for sure. I wish I could find one somewhat bigger than this one with a handle on it so I don't drop it again (it gets slippery with lather and water when I shave). The nice thing about it is it has a rough clay texture all over it, but that still didn't make it non-droppable.  Sad
   
     Any ideas what a medium or average-sized shaving bowl would measure in dimensions?

There is an excellent extended discussion of the same question in a thread that you started in this forum three months ago. Perhaps you could benefit from re-reading that thread from the top.
http://shavenook.com/showthread.php?tid=47160&pid=783786#pid783786

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 06-15-2017, 05:00 AM
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(06-15-2017, 04:05 AM)Mel S Meles Wrote:
(06-14-2017, 04:13 PM)punchy Wrote:     I just recently dropped my first shaving bowl and it chipped and cracked, but, fortunately, it didn't brake apart. It's a clay pottery type bowl. Is there any kind of way to fix the hairline crack it developed and the chip in the rim it now has?

     This bowl is a little over 4 inches in diameter and a little over 2 inches deep. I was wondering how this compares in size to some of the bowls you guys are using. I was thinking my bowl might be a little on the small side but wasn't for sure. I wish I could find one somewhat bigger than this one with a handle on it so I don't drop it again (it gets slippery with lather and water when I shave). The nice thing about it is it has a rough clay texture all over it, but that still didn't make it non-droppable.  Sad
   
     Any ideas what a medium or average-sized shaving bowl would measure in dimensions?

There is an excellent extended discussion of the same question in a thread that you started in this forum three months ago.  Perhaps you could benefit from re-reading that thread from the top.
http://shavenook.com/showthread.php?tid=47160&pid=783786#pid783786
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 06-15-2017, 10:39 AM
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Thanks for reminding me. I forgot about that. I haven't visited this forum for a while.

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