Hawaiian Koa Wood-Turned Bowl
This is hand-turned Hawaiian Koa wood bowl #793. This unique piece stands at approximately 2 3/4" high and 7 1/2" wide. It takes on a traditional bowl shape and has unique holes and intrusions from natural occurring "critter" burrowing into the wood. . The Koa wood was harvested on the slopes of Mauna Kea, at KoaWood Ranch. This handcrafted Koa bowl will grace any home with the warmth that Hawaiian art and tropic decor brings to any environment. This handmade heirloom is unique and branded.
Dimensions: 7 1/2" Wide X 2 3/4" Height, 1/4" Approx. Wall Thickness
Local Big Island artist Erick Loos painstakingly turned this wood bowl from wood that was sustainably harvest at the KoaWood Ranch. The piece is finished with Danish oil and beeswax.
All wood used comes from trees at the end of their lifecycle or that have fallen during storms. We never use wood from living trees.