Nambe Wood Salad Bowls, Set of 4

Designed by Sean O'Hara

Nambe Wood Yaro Individual Salad Bowls, Set of 4
Clearance, Set Only $50.00

3 3/4" Add to Cart

 
Item# 5002N
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The sculptured Yaro Individual Salad Bowls are made of acacia wood, a dense, durable hardwood that glows with warmth and enthralls with finely patterned grain of varying shades. Designer Sean O'Hara places each bowl in this set of four on a narrow pedestal and flares the sides roundly up to a wide mouth.

Naturally resinous, acacia wood will not absorb stains or odors, and the bowls can be hand washed with warm soapy water. Hand wash and dry immediately.

Nambe items made with wood may be washed by hand using a mild detergent and a soft cloth. Dry these products immediately with a soft cloth. Do not place items made with wood in the dishwasher and do not leave wood in standing water for extended periods of time.

Nourish wood surfaces with mineral oil applied with a #0000 grade super fine steel wool or a soft cloth; let stand for one hour, wash away excess with a mild detergent and soft cloth, then dry immediately with a soft cloth.

Also see the Yaro Salad Serving Set


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