Farmhouse Pottery

Handcrafted Wooden Bowls

$65$725
Handcrafted Wooden Bowls
Farmhouse Pottery

Handcrafted Wooden Bowls

$65$725
4.6 Stars / 5 Reviews
Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+

Statement salads inquire within.

Talk about natural beauty: These statement-making wooden bowls are hand turned from New England ash wood and finished off with food-safe teak oil. They come in a spread of versatile sizes (not to mention three fetching shades): We love the smaller bowls for party-sized dips and spreads, while the larger ones make pretty work out of farmers market salads, a dozen eggs, or a big pile of gorgeous, seasonal fruit. And the giant size? Well, we’re not sure what wouldn’t fit inside.

Tip: If you want to go whole hog on the rustic thing, you should know these handcrafted bowls match perfectly with this handcrafted wood serving set.

Serving bowl, bread bowl, dough bowl, salad bowl—there's a side to answer every culinary call. Best of all? You can nest 'em together if you opt for a trio.

Now let's put the "salad" back in pasta salad, add steak to our greens, and a funky, nutty number the crowd will go wild for.

  • Made in: Woodstock, Vermont
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

Talk about natural beauty: These statement-making wooden bowls are hand turned from New England ash wood and finished off with food-safe teak oil. They come in a spread of versatile sizes (not to mention three fetching shades): We love the smaller bowls for party-sized dips and spreads, while the larger ones make pretty work out of farmers market salads, a dozen eggs, or a big pile of gorgeous, seasonal fruit. And the giant size? Well, we’re not sure what wouldn’t fit inside.

Tip: If you want to go whole hog on the rustic thing, you should know these handcrafted bowls match perfectly with this handcrafted wood serving set.

Serving bowl, bread bowl, dough bowl, salad bowl—there's a side to answer every culinary call. Best of all? You can nest 'em together if you opt for a trio.

Now let's put the "salad" back in pasta salad, add steak to our greens, and a funky, nutty number the crowd will go wild for.

Statement salads inquire within.

Talk about natural beauty: These statement-making wooden bowls are hand turned from New England ash wood and finished off with food-safe teak oil. They come in a spread of versatile sizes (not to mention three fetching shades): We love the smaller bowls for party-sized dips and spreads, while the larger ones make pretty work out of farmers market salads, a dozen eggs, or a big pile of gorgeous, seasonal fruit. And the giant size? Well, we’re not sure what wouldn’t fit inside.

Tip: If you want to go whole hog on the rustic thing, you should know these handcrafted bowls match perfectly with this handcrafted wood serving set.

Serving bowl, bread bowl, dough bowl, salad bowl—there's a side to answer every culinary call. Best of all? You can nest 'em together if you opt for a trio.

Now let's put the "salad" back in pasta salad, add steak to our greens, and a funky, nutty number the crowd will go wild for.

  • Made in: Woodstock, Vermont
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

Talk about natural beauty: These statement-making wooden bowls are hand turned from New England ash wood and finished off with food-safe teak oil. They come in a spread of versatile sizes (not to mention three fetching shades): We love the smaller bowls for party-sized dips and spreads, while the larger ones make pretty work out of farmers market salads, a dozen eggs, or a big pile of gorgeous, seasonal fruit. And the giant size? Well, we’re not sure what wouldn’t fit inside.

Tip: If you want to go whole hog on the rustic thing, you should know these handcrafted bowls match perfectly with this handcrafted wood serving set.

Serving bowl, bread bowl, dough bowl, salad bowl—there's a side to answer every culinary call. Best of all? You can nest 'em together if you opt for a trio.

Now let's put the "salad" back in pasta salad, add steak to our greens, and a funky, nutty number the crowd will go wild for.