This beautiful and functional wooden dish was hand turned from an Oregon Myrtlewood branch. The woodgrain, figure and shape come together to make a lovely serving or display bowl. This sculptural piece is sure to be a highlight amongst any decor, adding a natural element to your modern kitchen.
Measures approximately 12" wide by 16" long by 3" tall.
All our functional bowls can be washed with soapy water – you can even put it right in your sink if it will fit! But please don’t let them soak, and definitely don’t put them in the dishwasher. Once they have been wiped or rinsed clean, dry immediately with a clean cloth.
Depending on how often you use them, we suggest you re-oil them with a beeswax or mineral oil using a clean cloth. The oil keeps wood nicely moisturized to prevent cracking, warping or staining from acidic food.
Handcrafted in Coos Bay, Oregon
Rick Fox was born, raised, and spent much of his life in the city of Detroit. He now resides on the coast of Oregon, turning wood in his private studio. Rick is a founding member and mentor of South Coast Woodturners, a fine artisan guild dedicated to facilitating the art and craft of woodturning.