Turned bowl set in ebonized chestnut wood.
All three bowls in a set come from the same piece of wood. This ensures they are of similar color and grain so that each possesses the same character as their sisters... keeping the family together.
Ebonizing is an old technique that uses the high tannin content in chestnut wood to get a dark, almost black, color that is deep and natural looking. It is a chemical process that happens naturally in some wood species when they start to fossilize under the mossy wetlands of the bogs.
We will make this product to order. It can take from 4 to 8 weeks until we can have it finished and ready to ship. If you want to offer it as a gift, and you think it will not make it in time, consider having us send a card like this one.
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|Materials||European grown Chestnut|
|Size (cm)||22cm / 18cm / 15cm|
|Included||Furoshiki cloth / Wooden box packaging.|
|Keep in Mind||This product is made from natural materials, and you can expect a variation in color and wood grain.|
|Important note||Suitable for relatively dry food such as fruit, nuts or similar. Wash only under the tap but rinse immediately. DO NOT put it in a washing machine.|
Each set comes wrapped in its own furoshiki cloth. You can use it as a regular furoshiki, to wrap something in, or as a small decorative tablecloth. You will receive it in a beautiful box of spruce wood.
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