Handmade olive wood kitchen utensils from Spain are hand carved from one solid piece of wood and oiled for a smooth, silky soft finish. Olive wood utensils have a rich color and grain that makes a pleasure to use. Choose from a variety of cooking and salad serving utensils.
This hand painted garlic grater is a useful and colorful addition to any kitchen. Lightly moisten the grater with water or oil and rub your peeled garlic clove over the textured area to make a perfect garlic paste. Use the paste for preparing a variety of recipes or add olive oil directly to the plate for a delicious flavored oil for dipping bread. Measures approximately 5 inches in diameter and comes in a variety of colors.
Olive Wood Cooking Utensils$28.00
Olive wood has a beautiful grain, is extremely durable and does not absorb odors or stains like many other woods This makes it a good choice for cooking utensils and serving bowls. Our olive wood products are individually, and exquisitely, hand crafted in Navarra, Spain by the Pimfa Wood Crafters. Each piece comes from one block of olive wood, which now has very limited availability. Since they are carved from the natural wood, each piece will vary in texture. Please choose from 3 utensil styles.
Olive Wood Salad Servers$44.00
This salad server set includes one fork and one spoon, both slightly curved for easily picking up and serving salad. Each piece comes from one solid piece of olive wood, which now has very limited availability. The solid olive wood salad servers have been hand carved in Navarra, Spain by Pimfa Wood Crafter. Their smooth finish feels wonderful to the touch and their intricate patterns are a true thing of beauty. Since they are carved from the natural wood each piece will vary in markings.
Multicolor Utensil Holder$48.00
This ceramic utensil holder is great for use in the kitchen for all your cooking tools and can also be used as a wine caddy on the table. It is comfortably sized to hold several cooking utensils and for easy cleaning. Hand shaped and hand painted by the de la Cal family artists in Toledo, Spain. Utensils are not included.