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8” Small Bowl (8” x 2.5”)
Serves 1 person a small side salad. Excellent for nuts, dips, keys, and earrings
10” Medium Bowl (10” x 3”)
Serves sides to 1-3 people. Great for stone fruit, grapes and décor
13” Large Bowl (13” x 4”)
Serves 2-4 people (4 side salads/2 full meal salads), the perfect fruit bowl
15” Large Salad Bowl (15” x 5”)
Serves 5-8 people (8 side-salads, 4 full-meal salads)
18” Extra-Large Bowl (18” x 6”)
Serves large gatherings of 8-20 people, catering, art and décor piece
21” Oversized Jumbo Bowl (21” x 7.5”)
Serves large gatherings of 20-50 people, catering, art and décor piece
The cherry tree has grown wild throughout New England since the 1600s. Cherry is a luxury hardwood with rich warm colors and a smooth satiny grain. Cherry wood is a symbol of spring, love and renewal.
Our bowls are sustainably sourced, upcycled, and handcrafted in New England. Our cherry nesting bowls range in size from 8” to 21”, and are an oval shape with a natural live edge.
Size guide (above) and sizing blog available for reference.
Cherry is a wood that spans generations with a rich color that’s not as dark as our walnut bowls or as light as our maple bowls. The Classic Round Cherry Bowls have a traditional clean cut edge.
Please view our FAQ in the main menu to see the answers to frequently asked questions and information about shipping/payment.
Learn more about our bowl making process here.
Sustainably Sourced and Upcycled
Finish and color may vary
100% food safe
Handcrafted in Massachusetts
Apply mineral oil once a month to maintain the natural beauty of the wood, except to products with our Driftwood, White Pearl, and Sea Glass finishes. These bowls are made with an acrylic food safe finish and should not be oiled.
Our mineral oil has a beeswax base that adds beauty and protection from everyday wear and tear. Beeswax conditioners help prevent wood from drying out as well as from absorbing too much moisture.
Prolonged exposure to water can cause damage; please do not submerge in water or place in the dishwasher.
Common mistakes include letting old fruit and vegetables rot at the bottom of a bowl (this may stain) and putting a bowl/board in the oven.