Wildly Delicious Olive Wood Snack Bowl

byWildly Delicious

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Serve an array of finger foods and tapas using this charming handmade bowl. The rustic finish highlights the natural grain of the elderly olive tree it was carved from. The Tunisian Olive Wood Collection was created to pay tribute to the natural beauty of this sustainable wood source.

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$14.50

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Product dimensions:2.5" H × 5.1" W × 0.7" LShipping dimensions:1.5" H × 7.25" W × 3.75" LShipping weight:0.3 lbs.UPC:621787025958

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tiny, beautiful perfection! I saw this bowl in the store and instantly fell in love! It is gorgeous. the bowl is perfect for entertaining and will hold olives or nuts (something small; hence the nibbling part of the bowl description). The olive wood is beautiful. Wish they sold in a set of two or four.
Date published: 2012-10-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Teeny Tiny This item is incredibly small, ridiculously so, especially for the price. I don't know what the measurements are supposed to indicate, but if you halve them, that is about the size of the dish. The only function, I can think of for it is that it's ideal by the sink or bed for rings and other jewellery.
Date published: 2011-06-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bowl Does Not Look Like Picture I just received the bowl and it is not as nice and symmetrical as the one pictured. The top edge is so uneven, it reminds me of a bowl you would have made in shop-class in junior high school and maybe got a C+. Suggest to buy in-store to ensure you are getting something that doesn't look like a reject.
Date published: 2010-11-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bowl does not look like the picture I just received the bowl and it is not as nice and symmetrical as the one pictured. The top edge is so uneven, it reminds me of a bowl you would have made in shop-class in junior high school and maybe got a C+. Suggest to buy in-store to ensure you are getting something that doesn't look like a reject.
Date published: 2010-11-14