We believe that the beauty of our bowls lies in the grain and natural color of the wood, and as such, we do not use any dyes or stains on our products. After we turn our pieces, we use natural mineral oil, which is commonly used for finishing products made for food use. Pure mineral oil is non-toxic and will not deteriorate. The application is simple: the oil is liberally applied to the bowl and allowed to penetrate into the wood. When the oil begins to dry, we wipe away the excess, leaving only the oil that penetrated the surface. We repeat this process several times and buff the wood surface to a low sheen.
Shipping & Returns
If you have any questions regarding a product prior to purchase, please email email@example.com.
All items ship in 3-5 business days, unless otherwise noted. Please contact us for expedited shipping rates and gift wrapping options.
If you are unsatisfied with the piece you purchased (which we sincerely hope is never the case), please email us and we will be happy to work with you on finding the perfect piece.
How to Care for Your Bowl
Wash your bowl or plate after each use with warm water and a sponge or cloth to remove food oils. Rinse, then towel dry. Avoid soaking your bowl and do not put in the dishwasher.
Occasionally, or when your bowl or plate looks or feels dry, lightly oil it with mineral or walnut oil. Spread the oil over the entire surface and let it stand for a few minutes, then wipe and buff your bowl with a cotton cloth.
Allow the oil to cure for 24-48 hours before reusing it.
Are you selling the goblets and chalices displayed on your gallery page?
Yes, we are! Although they are not listed in our shop, contact us and we will send you pricing details.
The piece I want is sold, what can I do?
Email us! We will try our hardest to help you find your perfect piece. We also have some inventory that is not listed on our site that may interest you so let's chat!
Are all of your measurements true to size?
Measurements listed for each bowl are +/- 0.5 inches.
Do you do wholesale?
Sorry but no, all of our work takes a great deal of time to build, so we currently only sell directly through our online shop.
Can I visit your studio?
While we do welcome visitors to our studio, we can't accept every request. If you are interested in purchasing something but would like to see available work in person, let us know and we can certainly arrange a time. If you just really, really want to meet and say hi, send us an email and maybe we can find a time for you to stop by.