Individual Cutlery : Hand carved reclaimed Mahogany or Rosewood

Individual Cutlery : Hand carved reclaimed Mahogany or Rosewood

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Reusable Cutlery

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Metal, Wood

Add to an existing pouch or create your own kit!

Each piece of cutlery has been hand crafted by artisans using reclaimed wood. We choose to use reclaimed wood as no new growth or production needs to occur to bring these babies into existence, meaning less unnecessary resources are used to craft them. Made from the hardwood, they are super durable & will last for years when cared for. You can rest easy knowing these are sustainable as well as beautiful & long lasting.

Lightweight & small enough to fit in your handbag, add to your child’s lunchbox (have you seen all of the plastic cutlery schools go through?!) or keep in the glove box of your car for eating on the go.

Fork - 16 cm
Spoon - 16 cm
Knife - 16 cm
Spork - 16 cm
Chopsticks - 21.5 cm

*Wood colour & grain varies due to reclaimed nature

Precious resources of water & energy are consumed to make plastic cutlery that are used for 10 minutes & then tossed in the bin bound for landfill, or worse, makes its way into the ocean. Plastic is not only toxic to us but also to marine life & our sensitive Eco systems. Every year over 6 million tonnes of Rubbish is dumped into the ocean; 80% of this is plastic with a further 10% plastic bags. “Bio- degradable” plastics are no better & require certain conditions to break down, conditions which we dont often have access to.

CARE - Wash the utensils in warm water after each use & oil wood with olive/coconut oil every few uses

America/Canada/Europe 15-20 business days - untracked
New Zealand and Oceania 3-15 business days - untracked
Australia 3-15 business days - untracked under $9/tracked over $9
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5% of all sales go to Australian Marine Charities to support the amazing conservation work they do