Cherrywood Salad Bowls

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Cherrywood Salad Bowls

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Available in 9-inch, 12-inch, and 15-inch widths, these Cherrywood Bowls were turned by the Holland Bowl Mill, near the shores of Lake Michigan just for East Fork.  We love them for their functionality and easy, breezy, no-pretense beauty.  One of the few commercial producers of turned wood bowls left in the country, the Holland Bowl Mill is a true gem of American craftsmanship and industry.  They've been at it proudly since 1924. 

  • Etched with East Fork Pottery on the bottom (see photos)
  • The 9-inch bowl makes a great bowl for a vegetable side or a salad for 1. Its dimensions are: 9-3/8" X 1-7/8"
  • The 12-inch bowl is your perfect 2-5 person family salad bowl. Its dimensions are: 12"x 2 3/4"
  • The 15-inch bowl is the one you'll bring to a dinner party or fill with your farmer's market haul.  Or, if you like salad as much as we do, it's perfect for a 6 person family.  Its dimensions are: 15" x 4-1/2"
  • All Natural bee's oil finish
  • Handwash only
  • Dressing your salad with oil based dressings in the bowl will help keep your wood supple.  If you notice your wood drying out, give it a little rub with flax seed oil, bees wax or carnuba oil.

 

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Horn Servers
58.00

The prettiest horn salad servers from Danish horn workshop, Hornvarefabrikken.  Each different from the next.

  • Approximately 8 inches long
  • Handwash only
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Charred Ash Bowl
360.00

A stunning ebonized cherrywood bowl from Haystack Joinery, the design-build timber framing and woodwork studio in Liberty, Maine who built East Fork's kiln shed.  

  • From Haystack Joinery
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Lotus Spoon
76.00

What a spoon! This exquisite piece is hand-hammered in the Lue Brass workshop in Setouchi City in the Okayama prefecture of Japan.  An excellent shape for serving grain dishes.  As with all brass, the surface will soften and patina with use, but can be shined up easily with things you have around the house - like baking soda or white vinegar.

We don't recommend you putting this guy in the dishwasher.  

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