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Each of our hand carved root platters is uniquely beautiful and stands alone as a natural work of art. These fantastic pieces are carved from a species of Chinese Fir called Shan Mu, which grows abundantly in the mountains of central China. The stumps left by logging are reclaimed prior to replanting and hand-carved by local artisans into the shapes in this collection. They are beautiful and practical items that bring their own unique organic charm into the home.
Each piece is a one-of-a-kind.
Set of 2.
Food-safe lacquer finish.
Approximate Dimensions: 14" diameter x 1" thick each.
Delicately crafted and hand finished, this
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Each of our hand carved root
platters is uniquely beautiful and stands alone as a natural work of art. These fantastic pieces are carved from a species of Chinese Fir called Shan Mu, which grows abundantly in the mountains of central China. The ...