Reusable Coconut Shell Bowls
Reusable Coconut Shell Bowls
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Reusable Coconut Shell Bowls

Artisans in Vietnam use the discarded shells from coconut farms to craft these sustainable bowls.

$50.00

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Unique, well made bowls

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Well-made. Make me think of Hawaii when I see them--may have to get some for myself since these were a gift. Love that they support the artists and the environment as well.

Orange County, CA

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