Dipping Bowls Diameter 5.5 cm Porcelain with Olive Wood 5 Pieces
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Six and Sons
Haarlemmerdijk 31h, 1013 KA Amsterdam
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Great combination of plain white porcelain with lively olive wood. Very elegant design for many things such as salt, dips, etc. 2 olive wood spoons matching. For better stability, the bowls are slightly set into the wood.Bowls: diameter approx. 5.5 cm Height approx. 4 cm Base: approx. 16 x 6 cm Spoons: length approx. 13 cm
Made in Germany
ECOFRIENDLY ORGANIC HANDMADE IN GERMANY
Olivenholz Erleben is a German brand that offers innovative and completely natural olive wood products. Olive trees can live for hundreds of years, and while they take a long time to grow, the wood is often a by-product of the agricultural industry, since trees eventually stop producing good fruit. This makes olive wood a sustainable material. Olive wood is one of the hardest woods in the world and has, for example, twice the hardness as the popular oak wood. Its robustness is a major reason why the wood is very durable. A decisive prerequisite for its ecological balance. In addition, it is very cut-resistant and resistant against shocks, scratch and moisture.