12 inch Cherry Bowl Bee’s Oil Finish – Featured In New York Times Holiday Gift Guide 2013

$75.00

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12″ Solid Cherry Bowl was featured in the 2013 New York Times Holiday Gift Guide as a top gift for 2013

This beautiful solid cherry bowl was turned by the craftsmen at the Holland Bowl Mill, which is one of the last commercial wooden bowl mills in the United States. Unique present for the holidays, weddings, housewarmings and birthdays! Wood grain will vary. Hand wash only.

This beautiful solid Cherry bowl has not been stained, only hand rubbed with our food safe Bees Oil wood conditioner.

Personalized Bowls For Special Occasions-
A great additional feature to add to your large bowl at no charge. Personalize for weddings, anniversary or any special occasion. Available on 12″-20″ Bowls.
Please let us know what you would like engraved on the outside bottom of the bowl!

Chery bowl

– Serves 2-4. For more than 4 servings consider the 15″ bowl

-12″x 2 3/4″

– Material Solid Cherry Wood

– All Natural Finish

– Origin Holland, MI

 

Cherry bowl

 

Holland Bowl Mill sells its products all over the world and in all 50 states. In addition to the general retail market, our customers include large kitchenware and specialty retailers, corporate gift and incentive programs and artists and crafters who transform HBM bowls into painted, carved and burned works of art.

It can take close to one hundred years for a hardwood tree to produce the grains that make each Holland Bowl Mill wooden bowl so beautiful. A variety of colors and grain patterns give testimony to the uniqueness of each bowl, no two are exactly alike. We take great pride in bringing this beauty to our all of our customers. Functional and decorative our wood bowls are keepsakes that will last for generations.

 

 

 

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Weight 4 lbs

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