Ebonized Red Oak Wood Bowl
The history of ebony being used in carved furniture can be traced back to the ancient Egyptians. The ebonizing solution is made from two common products, vinegar and steel wool. The steel wool is soaked overnight in a plastic container filled with vinegar, creating an iron solution. When this solution is applied to the bowl, it reacts immediately turning the red oak into a rich dark color. Ebonizing is a safe, easy way to create beautiful bowls with originality and character.
- 9", 12", 15"
- solid Cherry wood with ebony finish
- all Natural Finish
- hand Wash Only
The bowl mill is located in Holland Michigan, near the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan and is now the best and largest solid wood bowl production facility in the world, making beautiful solid hardwood bowls of the highest quality, the same way they were made over 150 years ago. These classic bowls are crafted from American hardwoods including Beech, Cherry, Walnut, Red Oak and Hard Maple.