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Spoon Rest
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£16.00
This lovely tamarind-coloured spoon rest is hand made in Indonesia using centuries-old traditional pottery skills. Resting your kitchen spoons on a spoon rest helps keep your kitchen counter neat and tidy. Made of solid earthenware by hand and glazed in natural materials, it has a rustic feel, and the colours go beautifully with all kinds of kitchen worktops. This product is made in Lombok, Indonesia, by potters working with the fair trade co-operative, Lombok Pottery Centre.
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SKU: 12047/12048
Categories: Storage
Dimensions H5 x W11cm x L33cm
Colour Tamarind
Material Earthenware Clay
Artisan Lombok Pottery Centre
Country of Manufacture Indonesia
Care instructions Wash with non-abrasive cloth. Dishwasher safe.
Good to know Lombok Pottery complies with the Ceramic Articles in Contact with Food (England) Regulations 2006 (EC Directives 84/500 & 2005/31EC).

Lombok earthenware pottery has evolved over the centuries and generations, with skills passed down from mother to daughter. The pottery has always served a practical as well as ceremonial use, hence their beautiful presentation.

Lombok Pottery products are hand-formed from red earthenware clay. They are burnished with a hard object to smoothen and polish. Following the firing process the pottery is skilfully pulled out while still hot using iron tongs. It is then sprayed with natural tamarind extract which fuses with the clay and creates the redding-brown speckled finish.

As they are hand-formed and coloured no two items are the same and variations in the size, colour and finish may occur. The natural oils from the rice bran or small patches of natural earthenware brown may show through - this often adds to the attractiveness of the product.

Clean with a damp cloth.

Kartimarket has had a long term partnership with the Lombok Pottery Centre for a number of years - we visit them to hand-pick products and collaborate in the design of new ones. The products are imported directly to the UK.