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Wooden bowls last indefinitely when well taken care of, although most can be returned to their former glory with a bit of care. Used for centuries, they are easy enough to find in antique shops or thrift stores, though these arent always in the best condition. Whether a family member passed one down to you or you happened upon one at your local store, you can restore an old, dry wooden bowl rather easily.

Caring For Wood Bowls

  • Dry the wood bowl immediately after washing. Never soak the bowl in water or put it away wet, warns Duct Tape and Denim. Wood is porous, and leaving it wet can cause it to split.

  • Apply a thin layer of olive oil or mineral oil all over the bowl using a soft cloth once a week if the bowl is used on a daily basis, or less often if its only used on special occasions. If the wood is extremely old, apply oil after each washing. Every month, apply a coat of food-grade mineral oil to keep the wood moisturized.

  • Store the bowl away from windows or excess sunlight to avoid bleaching or drying out the wood.

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    Monkey Pod Salad Bowl Set

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    Salad Bowl Wooden Bowls Wood Fruit Bowl Salad Bowl Large And Large Fruit Bowls Monkey Pod Salad Set 5 Pieces


    Item: 5 Acacia sea Bowls

    Material: Wood

    Dimensions: Large salad bowls: H5.5xW20xD20cm Wooden salad bowl: H3.5xW12.5xD12.5 all in centimeter

    Hand crafted: No two will look identical

    Postage: Free UK Shipping / Free Collection in Malta

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    Monkey Pod Salad Bowls

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    Monkey Pod Salad Serving Set Rare Large Salad Bowl 8 Matching Bowls Serving Spoons Rare Set Of 11 Pieces Hand Carved From The Philippines


    This is a beautiful and rare complete set of 11 pieces. The teak wood leaf shaped set consists of large salad bowl, 2 serving spoons and 8 individual serving bowls. Hand carved from the Philippines. This set has been very well taken care of by its 1 original owner. Very little signs of wear but consistent with age.So many options to use this set,not just salad!******shipping is included in the price ***** ***free shipping does not include Hawaii***Measurements:Large bowl – 17 x 10.5Individual bowls – 7.5 x 5Serving spoons – 12

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    Called And It Wants The Wooden Salad Bowls Back

    Monkey pod wood was a popular and fancy choice for serving salad in the 60s and 70s. If you look closely, Alice from Brady Bunch mixes up her greens in one of these hip wooden bowls.

    The acacia tree is the source of these beautiful wooden bowls. Renamed Monkey Pod because it probably had a better marketing appeal to those looking for tropical decor. The branches of the acacia often be dangerous because they break off easily and fall in tropical storms. Much like the danger you will create when you bust these bowls out at your next retro dinner party and guests spontaneously bust into some disco moves!

    This complete set of eight has no cracks. There are some minor scratches and one bowl seems to be a little lighter than the rest, but otherwise this is a solid vintage set. To make them shine like new, rub some food-safe mineral oil into them.

    I envision salad in the roundy big portion and then some olives in the narrow part. Every meal in the 70s was better with olives.

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