Ironwood

Salt + Pepper Bowl

Ironwood

Salt + Pepper Bowl

2" Diameter x 2" H
Contemporary Handmade
Mexico
$25 Sale

Ironwood craft originated in the northwestern state of Sonora, from the Seri and Yaqui indigenous communities, before traveling down... READ MORE

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Provenance

Contemporary Handmade
Mexico

Ironwood craft originated in the northwestern state of Sonora, from the Seri and Yaqui indigenous communities, before traveling down to the southern state of Oaxaca. Ironwood working is a collaborative process; the men create the rough shape of a piece by cutting wood with a machete, then women file in the details and add the final polish. Traditionally, ironwood was used to create a mortar, or molcajete, for grinding spices.

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This bowl is hand-carved from ironwood

Dimensions: 2" D x 2" H.

Care and cleaning: Your ironwood tableware was created in traditional craft techniques and should be handled with care to help ensure its preservation. Please clean with water and soap. Do not clean in dishwasher. After drying, treat with food grade cutting board oil.

All orders placed after 2 PM PT will be processed on the next business day. Allow 2-7 business days for delivery for standard shipping. Expedited shipping options are available at checkout.

*Please note that as unique, handmade art, no two pieces are ever exactly the same and color varies across monitors. Our website photos are a close representation of this work, but may not be identical to the piece you receive.

Provenance

Ironwood craft originated in the northwestern state of Sonora, from the Seri and Yaqui indigenous communities, before traveling down to the southern state of Oaxaca. Ironwood working is a collaborative process; the men create the rough shape of a piece by cutting wood with a machete, then women file in the details and add the final polish. Traditionally, ironwood was used to create a mortar, or molcajete, for grinding spices.