wooden bowl

“Treated myself to a bow turning today. This whopper has been drying for many months now and has been tempting me for a while now. 400mm diameter by 200mm high, from a storm damaged yew tree, felled within sight of my workshop. The tree surgeon aged the tree at pushing 500years old. Stunning character and figure, and a wildly dangerous to turn, but gorgeous live edge inclusion!…..”

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Often asked about all my wooden bowls! Here’s *most* of them:

Top row: both bowls from Core Bamboo (http://www.corebamboo.com). They make the best bowls in my opinion!

2nd row: 7 piece bowl set by “Natural Living”. Comes with 1 big bowl, and 4 little ones. - http://www.amazon.ca/Natural-Living-Bamboo-Salad-7-Piece/dp/B00817PLS0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1394601947&sr=8-1&keywords=Bamboo+bowl

3rd row, photo 1: bowl by Nambre - http://www.nambe.com/shop-serveware-bowls/5001.html

3rd row, photo 2: locally handmade, one of a kind. Bought in the Sunshine Coast @ “fresh from the coast” store in Sechelt.

Bottom row, photo 1: from Sur la Table. - http://www.surlatable.com/product/PRO-1133214/Dark+Bamboo+Salad+Bowl

Bottom row, photo 2: another bowl by “Natural living” - http://www.amazon.ca/Natural-Living-Bamboo-Salad-Serving/dp/B001VIT2AO/ref=pd_sim_sbs_k_3?ie=UTF8&refRID=0Q5CT9B45KFT07HJZ514

* plus, my wooden utensils are made by either Totally Bamboo (http://www.amazon.ca/dp/B001V7RBYE/ref=pe_386430_30332290_TE_dp_1) or To-Go Wear (http://www.to-goware.com).

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The Carved Bowls by Kutraq Studio

Inspired by the texture left in a yoghurt while eating it with a spoon , The Carved Bowls are a set of solid wood pin trays that combine with different sized concave areas. Ideal for the entrance of your home or your desk, you can leave your keys, coins, rings, or your personal items there. The different compartments allow you to separate the different objects by type or to create storage partitions in a shared flat (each member with a different area). The small version works perfectly as a jewellery tray on your bedside table or as a serving dish in restaurants.

Kutarq studio focuses on spatial and product design. It’s led by Jordi López Aguiló, architect and designer who has collaborated with prestigious firms such as: JDS Architects Copenhagen, Ibos et Vitart Paris, IVICSA Valencia, Bruno Mader Paris, and Eduard Bru Barcelona. Since setting up his own studio in 2012, he has worked in various fields ranging from furniture and lighting to interior design. Each project is the result of a methodical process, in which material and formal research have a very important role. The final pieces are timeless, simple, innovative and above all are meant to meet user needs.

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