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  1. Bone & Wood Bar Set (2 Spoons, 1 Fork, Olive Pot)
Bone & Wood Bar Set (2 Spoons, 1 Fork, Olive Pot)
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: 1027-P-MK011756
Handmade by artisans in Kenya using traditional methods passed down through the generations, these batik bone serving utensils are a beautiful accessory to your appetizer trays or bar area. Crafted from ethically-sourced, sanitized animal bone that is hand carved with batik handles. Olive pot is the perfect bar accessory for holding your drink accouterments, from olives to cherries or even the salt for your margarita rim! Handmade from olive wood in Africa, each pot is one-of-kind. Shapes and sizes will vary due to the individually carved nature of each piece. Product Features: Handcrafted and designed in beautiful styles, unique details on each piece. Because of the hand-carved and hand-painted beauty of each piece, no two are identical. Fork is carved with an animal silhouette shape on the handle. Bone utensils are naturally water and stain resistant Hand wash and air dry Socially responsible goods that is empowering to consumers to purchase according to their values and help alleviate poverty. Fair trade is so much more than a product assortment. It's about safe workplaces, fair wages + community investment for factory employees. Made from ethically sourced animal bones that would have otherwise been discarded. Each utensil is approximately 5-inches long Olive pots are approximately 3 to 5 inches. Story Behind the Art: The bone is batiked which is an age old art process used in Africa. The patterns are applied by placing wax on the white bone and dipping the bone into a dark brown/black dye, resulting in the beautiful African mud cloth designs. Olive wood pots have been hand-carved by artisans in African, turning stumps from no longer producing olive wood trees into beautiful little pots. The workers dig up the stumps in field preparation, and earn extra income by carving them into repurposed bowls with a small serving spoon.

Handmade by artisans in Kenya using traditional methods...