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Sean's Unique Woodworking

Urban Salvaged Large Bowl

Urban Salvaged Large Bowl

Regular price $150.00 AUD
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Elevate your communal gatherings with this hand turned multipurpose urban salvaged bowl. Featuring a minimalistic design, this piece highlights the feature grain and natural defects present within the piece challenging societal expectations of ‘perfect’ rather showcasing nature, inviting functionality with an earthy undertone into your hosting and dining experiences.


  • Elegant: Sanded to 180 grit with softened edges & finished with certified food safe Kunos oil.
  • Environmentally Conscious: Produced from 95% recovered timbers.
  • Individualistic: Contrasting coloured grain ensures uniqueness, inviting interest. 
  • Minimalist Design: Featuring simplicity crafted in free flowing curves.
  • Multipurpose: The possibilities are endless, functional as a fruit, salad serving or decorative bowl, comfortably catering for gatherings of all sizes.


  • Diameter: 280mm
  • Height: 80mm
  • Depth: 52mm


  • Camphor Laurel.

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*Please note: As the name suggests ‘urban salvaged’ this piece has been crafted from a piece of discarded Camphor Laurel. Witnessed in the images, this piece contains one small nail (1 - 2 mm) which was present prior to turning and a small ‘chipped out’ section on the side of the bowl. Whilst containing the nail, the piece is finished with a coat of food safe oil preventing the inside contents interacting with the metal present. Whilst the piece is sealed with oil environmental changes may cause the nail to rust if it’s not utilised or cleaned on a frequent basis, please evaluate any associated risks prior to purchasing.

Disclaimer: We intend to accurately convey the appearance, characteristics, and functionality of each piece. Our lighting may unintentionally enhance the appearance of particular timbers, please account for this when viewing a piece within your environment.

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