Mega summer offer - wood bowls
This adorable mango wood bowl is perfect for use on your dressing table!
When buying wooden bowls worth € 29.90 you will receive our mega summer offer!
Beautiful wooden bowls & delicious herbs are twice the enjoyment! Culinary experiences - decorative bowls and healthy herbs are not only a double, but a multiple-potentiated joy. Crown a harmonious weekend with a fancy meal with friends.
Mega Summer Offer
2 decorative plates of mango wood
Artikelnummer: Big Sale - 08072018-10-37
Exclusive oval Mango wood plates.
- Length 40 cm, width: 19 cm, height: about 5 cm
- Free: A mango wood salad servers - length approx. 30 cm x 6.5 cm.
- Free: Thai herbs and mungbean seeds - for delicious salads!
Hand-crafted from mango wood.
The bowls are washable, water resistant, but not dishwasher safe.
- 0,53 kg
- Available / verfügbar
- 6 - 10 Days delivery time - working days / Tage Lieferzeit
Mango wood bowl is perfect
This beautiful and practical bowl is hand carved from mango wood, a rich brown sustainable wood. The dark and light tones of browns make an excellent bowl. Or can be used simply as an eye catching centerpiece to any room or table. A wonderful addition to a collection, or a frequently used fruit or salad bowl at the family table. It will bring warmth and character to any dinner table. Create an impressive dining experience with this distinctive and contemporary wooden bowl.
For processing only slowly growing wood is used because it is characterized by an increased level of hardness. Mango wood reaches a hardness similar to teak. As well seasoned and dried wood has the property to expand with time, small cracks can occur which are part of the character of the commodity. Our product is all made from the fullness of natural materials quality wood.
The tree is more known for its fruit rather than for its lumber. However, mango trees can be converted to lumber once their fruit bearing lifespan has finished. The wood is susceptible to damage from fungi and insects. The wood is used for musical instruments such as ukeleles, plywood and low-cost furniture. The wood is also known to produce phenolic substances that can cause contact dermatitis.