Traditional Ale Bowl - Sea Green

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Price includes UK p&p.
International shipping is available. See Delivery below.

These hand turned bowls are made from a Beech tree that was removed by tree surgeons in Manchester. Turned in a style that was traditionally used for drinking ale from, however they work just as well for porridge, snacks, etc.

Price is per bowl - 4 to choose from. Only 1 of each available.

These bowls were turned on a vintage Viceroy lathe which was made in Leeds. In the tradition of pole lathe turning, the tool marks are left on the bowls, no sanding is performed, this is to accentuate the tactile surface of the wood. Turned while the wood was green (fresh) and then air dried, allowing the natural movement of the wood to form the final shape.

Finished with a hand rubbed food safe linseed oil/beeswax mixture.

Painted with Old Fashioned Milk Paint: which is the faithful recreation of an ancient homemade paint formula, containing just milk protein (casein), lime and natural earth or mineral pigments, making it environmentally friendly, non-toxic, VOC-free, baby-safe, food-safe & biodegradable.

Approximate dimensions: Bowl A: 195mm x 70mm, Bowl B: 195mm x 70mm, Bowl C: 185mm x 75mm, Bowl D: 180mm x 70mm.

Bowl A
Bowl B
Bowl C - with cotton cord mend
Bowl D - with cotton cord mend


  • UK p&p is included, no additional charges at checkout.
  • Estimated UK delivery 4-6 days.
  • International shipping is available for this item.
  • An international shipping charge of £10 will be added at checkout.
  • Estimated international delivery approximately 14 days.

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