Build a better biscuit.
The prettiest biscuit cutter we've ever seen, this ash wood tool features a sharp edge for slicing through dough, and a domed top. Store it on your countertops or table -- the lovely bell-like shape is decoration in and of itself.
Photography by James Ransom
Details & Materials +-
4-5" H x 3" W (smaller size with a 2.5" opening); 4-5" H x 3.5" W (larger size with a 3" opening)
Care & Notes +-
Clean with a damp cloth; don't soak in water. Polymerized oil may be applied if desired -- follow the instruction for that specific oil. As a general rule: apply oil, let it set for five minutes, and wipe off excess.
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