Root Wood Chip & Dip Platter

1 each

Retail Price: $28.00


Member Price: $19.49 (Save 30%)

1 each

Why You’ll Love It

Skip boring bowls and present chips and dips in style on this Bambeco Root Wood Platter. It’s made from reclaimed fir tree stumps, so it’s not only a stunning piece featuring a unique marble and grain design, but is also eco-friendly by minimizing waste and contributing to forest recovery. Finished with a protective food-safe coating.
SKU: 811595025183

About This Brand

Bambeco is passionate about products with purpose. Every item is designed to protect our planet and its people, and to make a more sustainable lifestyle accessible and attainable. Everything we make is natural, nontoxic, organic, reclaimed, repurposed, recycled, renewable, or sustainable and all of our orders are shipped completely carbon-free, from our door to yours.
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Ingredients

Root wood.


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