Usuda Wooden Bowl - Phellodendron #1

$ 280.00 USD

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Bring a piece of Japan's legendary forests into your home with a beautiful bowl from master woodworker Kenji Usuda. This organic-edged vessel is lovingly crafted from the wood of the Phellodendron tree (or cork-tree) and is perfectly sized for displaying fruit and nuts or tossing together your favorite healthy salad. A final coating of food-safe walnut oil and beeswax makes the bowl wonderfully smooth to the touch and gives it a lustrous shine.

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About Kenji Usuda
"Living in the woods, thinking of the woods, creating in the woods" is the philosophy of Kenji Usuda, an award-winning Japanese woodworker who meticulously crafts gorgeous wares on a forested plot of land near his home in Hokkaido. As part of his efforts to restore the vibrancy of the forest around him, Usuda carefully thins local tree populations then uses the resulting lumber to create one-of-a-kind woodworks.

Materials: Phellodendron (cork-tree), walnut oil, beeswax
Dimensions: 4.75" L x 4.5" W x 3" H
Care: To clean, wash the bowl with minimal detergent, then dry immediately and thoroughly. If necessary, gently apply additional walnut oil or beeswax. Not microwave- or dishwasher-safe.
Hokkaido, Japan