Olive Wood Family Bowl

Natural Olivewood, Tunisia

$ 80.00 

  • Olive Wood Family Bowl
  • Olive Wood Family Bowl

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    • Our Olive Wood Family Bowl takes care of all family meals and special occasions alike. Handcrafted from Tunisian olive trees, it makes a beautiful housewarming gift or an elevated piece for your own home. Serve up pasta, salad, a traditional Tunisian tajine, or anything you can scoop and serve from our favorite recipes in The Eat Offbeat 'Kitchen Without Borders' Cookbook.

      Each bowl highlights the distinct swirling patterns of the olive tree's twisted trunks and compliments the Olive Wood Salad Servers perfectly.

      The wood used to make this beautiful bowl comes from olive trees that can no longer produce fruit ensuring a sustainable wood harvesting practice. Handcrafted with care in Tunisia, skilled artisans carve these one-of-a-kind olive wood products, sharing the beauty of natural materials in each piece. Every Olive Wood Family Bowl is completely unique and features varying wood grain patterns. Shop sustainably and support Tunisian artisans with income-generating opportunities. 

      The Tunisian Ministry of Agriculture verifies non-fruit bearing trees, and certifies them before they are cut down. Once an olive tree is cut down, young saplings are planted in its place. Every piece is finished with soy oil and food-grade paraffin wax.

      • 9" Diameter
      • Olive wood
      • Care instructions: Hand wash only. Coat often with any food safe oil
    • Natural Olivewood // Tunisia

      The Natural Olivewood wood shop hires local wood workers who have learned the art of carving trees from their families. Olive trees cover over 30% of the land in Tunisia making the olive tree the most admired commodity. These artisans are paid a fair living wage and receive benefits including paid time off, paid maternal & paternal leave, staff lunches, and childcare, as well as the opportunity to hone generational crafts and keep these traditional skills alive.