Andrew Pearce Bowls

Andrew Pearce Bowls Handcrafted Walnut Champlain Bowl

$250$460
Andrew Pearce Bowls Handcrafted Walnut Champlain Bowl
Andrew Pearce Bowls

Andrew Pearce Bowls Handcrafted Walnut Champlain Bowl

$250$460
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Wood you, wood you?

Named after a spectacular Vermont lake, this traditional wooden bowl is hand-turned by craftspeople to show off the grain patterns of the wood block it was made from. Each has a little character all its own and looks downright striking as a decorative piece, but toss in some greens, and you’ll see where its star power really lies. Take your pick between two roomy sizes: 13 inches or 17 inches in diameter. Finished with a premium, food-safe walnut oil (that’s non-toxic and allergen-free, no less), it’s a real keeper—like, heirloom keeper—that’ll just get more beautiful over time.

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Fun fact about Andrew Pearce bowls: They’re all cut from trees in the Northeast using eco-friendly methods that reduce waste. To preserve the beauty of your bowl, recondition it occasionally with walnut oil (psst—avoid vegetable or mineral oils, which in this case are more conducive to bacteria). Get the matching cutting boards and you’ll be set for generations to come.

Wood you, wood you?

Named after a spectacular Vermont lake, this traditional wooden bowl is hand-turned by craftspeople to show off the grain patterns of the wood block it was made from. Each has a little character all its own and looks downright striking as a decorative piece, but toss in some greens, and you’ll see where its star power really lies. Take your pick between two roomy sizes: 13 inches or 17 inches in diameter. Finished with a premium, food-safe walnut oil (that’s non-toxic and allergen-free, no less), it’s a real keeper—like, heirloom keeper—that’ll just get more beautiful over time.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

Fun fact about Andrew Pearce bowls: They’re all cut from trees in the Northeast using eco-friendly methods that reduce waste. To preserve the beauty of your bowl, recondition it occasionally with walnut oil (psst—avoid vegetable or mineral oils, which in this case are more conducive to bacteria). Get the matching cutting boards and you’ll be set for generations to come.

Meet the Maker

Andrew Pearce Bowls

Vermont
Sourced sustainably from trees in the Northeast, Andrew Pearce has developed an eco-friendly, one-of-a-kind method for making his stunning pieces. Thanks to this approach, craftsmen can cut several bowls from a single block of wood (a total feat in the woodworking world). Plus, everything made in his Vermont workshop is hand-finished to last for generations.
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