Hand Carved Assorted Acacia Cooking Spoons (set of 4)


This classic set of hand carved acacia wood cooking spoons are a breeze to use and maintain! This assorted set features a ladle, spatula and mixing spoons to suit both basic and expert kitchen spaces. Acacia wood is naturally anti-bacterial, mold and insect resistant. It also remains unchanged when exposed to water. These unique properties give acacia wood an edge over other varieties. It is claimed that even if acacia wood isn‰۪t treated or protected in any way, it can last up to 40 years!This product credits its detailed design to the extremely skilled artisans. Here acacia wood is carved and cut to retain its earthy nature. The material lends its natural shade and texture to the offering adding to the beauty. Colors : Natural. Production Method : Hand Carved. Material Description : Acacia Wood. Size(L x B x H) : Spatula: 14.25x2.5x0.4" | Skimmer: 13.25x3.25x0.4" | Salad Spoon: 10.75x2.5x0.4" | Salad Fork: 10.75x2.5x0.4" Inches. Weight : 230 grams. Care Description : Wash under lukewarm running water after use. Disclaimer : Though naturally smooth, acacia touts a distinctive straight or wavy grain pattern. Textural nuances like knot holes, scratches and blemishes are highlights of natural wood, lending a distinct rustic flavor to the offerings. It is typically a medium to dark brown, either red, gold, or tan. Pack Contents : Set of 4 Cooking Spoons.

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