Bowls for Bartram's Garden

Bowls for Bartram's Garden

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Bartram’s Garden asked us to create some wooden bowls for their Welcoming Center in Philadelphia, PA in 2018. We were thrilled to create bowls for this awesome organization that does so much for the community. They are one of our beloved stockists. Proceeds from the sales support Bartram’s Garden. You should check them out! https://bartramsgarden.org

Some of these bowls may still be available.

Crock of Crude (photos 2-3): This Natural Edge Maple Vessel was made from an unknown firewood pile. 4.5 “in diameter x 5.5” deep.

Spitfire (4th photo): This bowl was turned from a fallen tree on Park Ave. in Swarthmore, PA. 5” in diameter x 3.5” deep.

Red Dragon 1 & 2 (photos 5-6): These bowls were turned from the remnants of our Victorian house restoration in Swarthmore, PA. 4.25” in diameter x 2” deep.

Perambulation (photo 7): This Natural Edge Maple Bowl was turned from a deceased tree on Park Ave. In Swarthmore, PA. 7” x 6.75” x 4”.

Hollow One (photo 8-9): This Tulip Poplar vessel was turned from a fallen tree in Lancaster, PA. 5” x 4.5” x 4.5”.

Broken Beauty (photo 10): This Apple Bowl sewn with Metal was turned from a deceased tree on Park Ave. in Swarthmore, PA. 7.25“ x 6.75” x 2.75”.

Tulip Persuasion (photo 11): This Tulip Polar Bowl was made from a fallen tree in Lancaster, PA. 8” x 8.5” x 3.25”.

Betty’s Belated (photo 12): This Natural Edge Poplar Bowl was turned from a fallen tree in Lancaster, PA. 8” X 7.5” x 4”.

Apple Tartlet (photo 13): This bowl was turned from a deceased apple tree on Park Avenue in Swarthmore, PA. 5.5 “x 5” x 1.25”.

All bowls are finished with Betty’s Board Butter (beeswax & food safe mineral oil). Clean with a damp cloth. Dry immediately. Re-oil occasionally.

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