This olivewood bowl can be used to serve salt, fruits or nuts, adding rustic charm to any table. It’s difficult to break, making it great for houses with young children and pets. To restore sheen, simply rub the bowl with food-safe mineral oil or Berard Wood Butter. Olivewood is known for its warm hue and strong contrasting grain pattern. The timbre comes from non-fruiting olivewood trees around the Mediterranean. Due to its unique grain pattern, no two olivewood pieces are alike.
Why we love it
'A lovely accompaniment to my summer table, I use my bowls for olive oil and vinegar; perfect for dipping bread'
Specifications & Care
|Country of Origin||Italy|
About The Brand
Arte Legno Spello
Established in 1977, Arte Legno Spello makes olive wood products for the kitchen and table from olive trees that no longer bear fruit. They think of woodworking as a nexus of pottery and fabric, especially because of the natural, high-contrast patterns that are unique to olive wood and evoke movement. Their workshop is in Spello, a beautiful medieval town in Italy's Umbria region.Shop Arte Legno Spello