Recycled Bamboo Picnic Set
Make your picnic a real, well, picnic.
Ah, the picnic plating dilemma: can’t bring your normal dishware, don’t want to use flimsy paper or plastic... what is an outdoor host to do? Well, pamper your guests with these lightweight yet sturdy and stylish pieces, that’s what. This picnic set comes with 4 cups, 4 plates (that can double as bowls!), a salad bowl, and an anti-slip tray-top to support the whole shebang. It closes and stays closed with a sturdy silicone band, making to-and-from travel stress-free. It comes in two color schemes, it’s eminently reusable, and, made with recycled bamboo, it’s friendly to Mother Nature—which is nice, since you’ll be using it in her backyard.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
FSC-certified bamboo fiber
Set is 9.5" L x 9.5" W x 5.5" H
Care & Notes
10-piece set includes 4 cups, 4 plates, 1 salad bowl, and 1 anti-slip tray. The set packs neatly and closes with a sturdy silicone band.
BPA-, PVC-, and phthalates-free. Not microwave-safe. Top-rack dishwasher-safe.
Recycled bamboo dinnerware is durable but not unbreakable. It will not shatter, but if dropped at a bad angle on a hard surface, it can chip or crack.
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