ARBUTUS AND MAPLE BURL SALAD BOWL A beautiful salad bowl, skillfully hand turned by wood-turner Ray Franklin of Sidney B.C. The wood is local Arbutus wood with a lovely Western Maple Burl edge. Finished with linseed oil and Bees Wax. Food safe.
Our fabulous WOODEN SALAD BOWLS are all hand crafted in BC. Each piece is made using skills that have taken years to perfect. All of our WOODEN SALAD BOWLS are locally handcrafted and makes a superb original Gift for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, housewarmings, retirement, corporate gifts, and romantic events or just for you. See our Guide to Caring for Your Wooden Salad Bowl.
CERAMIC BERRY BOWL & SAUCER A must for every kitchen. Wash your fruit in the bowl and serve in the bowl on top of the drip dish. Refridgerate the berries in their bowl. This pottery is designed for everyday use and also for display and pleasure. All the pottery is high-fired and is therefore safe in the oven, microwave, freezer and dishwasher. Hand made by Libby Wray of Victoria B.C.bit.ly/1qSBh1C
*Product of the week: Black Locust Bowl* A very fine bowl made from local Black Locust wood (also called Robinia) which has a wonderful grain and rich colour. Hand turned in Victoria, B.C. by Philip Cottell. http://www.sidestreetstudio.com/collections/wood/products/black-locust-wood-bowl
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SILVER MAPLE WOOD SALAD BOWL - LARGE from Side Street Studio This magnificent salad bowl is turned from Silver Maple from Gardiner Court, Penticton. This tree was planted more than 100 years ago and believed to be one of the oldest Maples in the South Okanagan. It has been salvaged and given a new life as a beautiful bowl. The bowl is finished with pharmaceutical grade mineral oil. Your historic bowl is food safe and ready for use with fruit, salad and vegetables.
LARGE SILVER MAPLE SALAD BOWL This beautiful, large bowl is turned from Silver Maple originating over 100 years ago on the Gardiner Ct, Penticton. It is believed to be one of the oldest maples in the South Okanagan. The tree was removed, then salvaged and given a new life as a beautiful bowl. Your historic bowl is food safe and ready for use with fruit, salad and vegetables. An occasional application of oil will ensure generations of service. Height 5 1/2 inches by Diameter 15 inches