Acacia Wooden Bowl
SirIMadam’s Acacia Wood Esperanto Bowl is named after the artificial language devised in the late 19th Century as an international medium of communication, our Esperanto Bowl is quite real, and meant to bring friends old and new close together around the season’s bounty. A striking foot-and-a-half wide and perched up high on a footed base, this impressive piece is carefully crafted of Acacia wood by artisans in North India. No two are alike, and subtle cracks and nuances in the grain are not considered imperfections but intrinsic to the production. Gather round. Measures 18 x 6.75 inches. Includes care instructions. Acacia wooden paddles sold separately, though pair perfectly.
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About the Merchant
Sir/Madam | New York City, New York, USA | Est. 2001
The brainchild of Jesse James and Kostas Anagnopoulos — the founders of New York design thinktank Aesthetic Movement — Sir/Madam was launched in homage to their grandmother's cupboards. The collections have a strong focus on domesticity and entertaining, and evoke classic motifs and historical references in an easy, modern way. All products are designed to be timeless, touched by the hand using traditional artisan methods, and to marry well with a range of styles in today's eclectic interiors.
|18 × 18 × 6.75 in