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9 diam oblong bowl
9 diam oblong bowl

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12 diam 3.5h Live Edge Oblong Bowl
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9 diam oblong bowl
9 diam oblong bowl

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These solid walnut, live-edge bowls are crafted from wood that’s reclaimed from fallen trees in the Detroit area. Holland Bowl Mill in Michigan finishes each bowl so it looks beautiful anywhere in your home.

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Michigan

Details

  • Overall: 12" diameter 3.5"h
  • Features: food safe
  • Care: wipe with a damp cloth; do not use abrasive or solvent-based cleaners Shop bee's oil
  • Product Origin: made in Michigan
  • Material Origin: United States
  • Item Number: 015993

Materials

    • Material: walnut
    • Finish: bee/mineral oil
    • Wood care

Reclaimed Materials From Urban Wood Project: Detroit

We discovered Live Edge Detroit through our Urban Wood Project partnership with the USDA Forest Service. Founded in 2016 by father-daughter duo Mike and Jenny Barger, Live Edge Detroit reclaims trees in the Detroit area that are cut down due to disease or storm damage and repurposes them into sustainable wood for furniture and decor.