First - let me be clear - any of these bowls could be used in the kitchen (obviously), but they are also perfect for the living room, dining room and so forth. Think of them more as the pieces of art that they are than just a vessel to use for salads.
Second - The dough bowl is hard to come by - and extremely labor-intensive when making. They chisel out the inside of the bowl and then sand them down by hand. The outside, also, is hand-chiseled. This one is the smallest dough bowl I have, but would still work for either a small pan of biscuits, a fruit bowl, or simply a piece of art. One-of-a-kind piece; there's only one.
Third - bowl-making is an art form. From dead tree to bowl, it takes approximately two years. I make sure my bowls are priced so that anyone can afford them.
All of our wooden kitchenwares are handmade by a small family-owned business in rural Tennessee. It's a learned tradition, handed down from father to son and spans multiple generations. The vast majority of the pieces come from locally-sourced trees (often from my parents' farm), but every so often a more exotic piece of wood comes along and I get something from it. Most are exclusive to Riley/Land.
15.5" length, 11" width, 2.5" tall