Serving Utensils(55 items)
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Just received this today and am extremely pleased with it. The pattern is so colorful, and I love the little handles! Looks just like the photo in the item description. I may use it to warm tortillas, but its so beautiful, Ill probably wind up putting it on display in my living room Will definitely buy again from this talented artist.
Attractive, hand-made product
Just as pictured and a very attractive set. I was especially impressed with the packaging. These would make a lovely hostess gift. The wrapping paper, and hand-made decoration were a very special touch to a quality product.
These salad serving utensils are perfect! I dont care for big ones and these are just right in my salad bowl and in my hands. The wood is even more beautiful in person than the pictures. We love the different grains running through the utensils. Thank you to Peten Wood for handcrafted these!! My husband and I love them!! BTW: it has taken me 40 years to find the perfect salad serving utensils. Now i have!!!!
Victor Hugo Lopez Hand-carved wooden serveware
"Developing a new design is like planning for the birth of a baby. I draw, cut the wood, carve it, sand it and take it apart until I have a finished piece that makes me happy."
"My parents weren't artisans but, as a child, I did see a lot of people who were... read more
Popular Serving Utensils
Teak Wood Serving Utensils (Pair), "Salad Serenade"
These teakwood serving utensils will make a beautiful accent at your dinner table. Perfect for tossing and serving salad or any dish, the pair includes a fork and spoon, crafted by Rian Kusuma of Bali to showcase the natural grain of the wood.
Mexican Talavera Style Ceramic Tortilla Container and Lid, "Raining Flowers"$49.95
By Sergio Ponce, this majolica ceramic tortilla container features convenient handles and a lid to keep the tortillas warm. It is sure to bring the colors of Mexico to your home. The design is painted by hand with vibrant floral motifs inspired by Mexico's traditional Talavera pottery.
Customarily, the stack of hot tortillas is wrapped in a cloth napkin before it is placed in the bowl.