Ebony Wood Fork
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- 100% NATURAL - No artificial materials used
- ECO-FRIENDLY - Made from an offcut of ebony wood
- UNIQUE & USEFUL - An ebony wood fork to enjoy your daily filling meals
- CLASSIC STYLE - Its rich dark wood grain oozes of natural style
- Width: 1.4” (3.5cm)
- Length: 7.5" (19 cm)
- Made from an offcut of 100% natural ebony wood
- Handcrafted by artisans in Vietnam
- Won’t scratch your dishware
- Safe to use with food
- Easy to wash and clean
- No synthetic adhesives or coating involved
- Fair trade certified
There’s a new way of digging into your leafy greens and other nourishing meals, and it’s using one of the most stylish forks out there: the Ebony Wood Fork.
Unlike your run-of-the-mill wooden forks, this one is made from an offcut of reclaimed ebony wood. Instead of making use of new materials, the artisans in Vietnam crafted a functional piece of cutlery out of scrap wood. That’s why this ebony wood fork is an eco-friendly, biodegradable, and truly sustainable utensil—ideal for your sustainable kitchen
Since it’s made of scrap ebony wood, this wooden fork features a beautiful dark wood grain that just oozes of natural elegance and classic style. At 1.4 inches wide and 7 inches long, this ebony wood fork can let you enjoy your daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner—all while making each meal seem warmer and more enjoyable.
With its traditional and rich wood texture, the Ebony Wood Fork can make your poke bowls, Buddha bowls, or any comfort food feel a bit homier than it already is. This natural wooden fork is perfect for use with your coconut bowl!
How It’s Made
1. Reclaim offcuts of coconut timber
To make our wooden utensils, we collect discarded offcuts of coconut timber from factories. Then, we send the wood to our team of artisans who’ll transform them into beautiful, food-safe utensils.
2. Cut the wood into the shape of utensils
Our artisans draw the profiles of spoons, forks, and knives on the offcuts. Then, they use a saw to cut the wood down to the drawn shapes of the utensils.
3. Carve the details
Next, they use carving knives to hollow out the bowls of the wooden spoons, carve the prongs of the forks, and sharpen the edges of the knives. They then carve the utensils' handles, making them smooth and comfortable to hold.
4. Smooth out the shapes and surfaces
After carving the utensils, they smooth out and sand the edges and surfaces. Finally, the utensils are thoroughly cleaned and coated with all-natural coconut oil.
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