These rare and remarkable bowls, simply cut from the bark that grows over the cork oak tree knots, trimmed ever-so-carefully and minimally by hand means that no two are the same – and it’s never known how many will result from any particular harvest. When we do have them, our inventory is finite and unique. Rustically beautiful and functional (and, of course, naturally waterproof and food safe), they are a nifty addition to any room with unlimited uses.
Our small bowls are roughly in the 6″ to 8″ range in diameter, and 2″ in depth; medium will average approximately 9″ to 10″ in diameter and 3″ in depth; large will average 10″ to 12″ in diameter, and 3.5″ in depth. All are a 10 out of 10 on the cool scale.
Wife and husband business partners Kim and Keith have been traveling internationally as a part of Keith’s wine import trade for years. In 2015, they branched into specialty cork products. Read more about the cork process and about Kim & Keith on the “We Are” and “What the Cork?” pages.