In looking for some kitchen ideas, yes for myself, I found these! I love the nautical theme and know many others who do as well. So I thought I would share them. They only problem I find, is what one(s) to buy!
This serving bowl just by itself is beautiful. It is described as hand-carved white-washed mango wood
I’ve never seen paper towels look so good.
This is a great cutting board with the carved turtle
It is made from *Mango wood
Too Cute – Napkin Rings!
Love it with the seashells, but it would make a beautiful fruit bowl or serving bowl
Nice cheese board!
Then of course, you’ll need a turtle spreader knife.
I guess by now you have figured out I like turtles
This would be a great serving tray for a crab feed
Mango wood is a sustainable wood. The fruit trade is one of the oldest in the world, and the demand for fruit is unlikely to waver. Due to the huge demand for the mango, there has always been a large demand for mango trees. When these trees reach maturity, they lose their fruit bearing efficiency and are designated for cutting down. Maturity usually arrives after 15 to 20 years and by this time, the mango tree will have reached a respectable size – certainly too large to waste. In the past, mango trees were simply cut down and either used as fuel or left to rot, which contributed Co2 emissions as the wood broke down
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