Wood Statement Bowl

  • $140.00
    Unit price per 

The statement bowl. This gigantic masterpiece will transform your space into a gallery for nature.

Hand carved from a single piece of Amazonian hardwood, each bowl is a one-of-a-kind work of art from the hundreds of careful chisel strokes.

Skilled artisans of a nonprofit organization based in Peru, produce handcrafted wooden bowls using wood sourced sustainably from managed forests in the Amazon. The wood supplied comes from forests evaluated for compliance with local laws, respect for indigenous peoples, and the safety and rights of forest workers. The non­profit organization connects artisans with international markets, providing them with a sustainable income while working to preserve the abundant biodiversity found in their communities. Through their carefully hand­carved wooden serving bowls, artisans provide a beautiful table setting while protecting the Amazon Rainforest for future generations.

  • Made in Peru
  • Handcarved Amazonian hardwood
  • Wood sourced from managed forests
  • 17" D & 20" D
  • Maintain with food safe oil


Small & medium bowls with handles: the perfect heirloom gift for a new home or apartment. 

  • 15.5” L x 1.5” W x 4” H & 19” L x 15” W x 4” H (medium)
  • Hand carved
  • Maintain with food safe oil
  • Made in Peru
  • wood sourced sustainably from managed forests in the Amazon


    HEIRLOOM MASSIVE SHALLOW BOWL (24"): Reminiscent of the heirloom pieces passed down for generations, this bowl also preserves the rain forest for generations. 

    • 24" D
    • Hand-carved
    • Maintain with food safe oil
    • Made in Peru

    Who made this product? In the heart of the Amazon in Peru, indigenous Yanesha artisans work with a non-profit organization to sustainably harvest from managed forests that have long been their home. While traditional logging clears whole sections of the rain forest, this organization partners with indigenous communities to earn money from their trees while preserving the forest for generations.

    Why is it ethical? they preserve the abundant biodiversity and natural beauty of Amazonian communities, while supporting their families with fair wages. The crafters hike into the forest to reduce damage by clearing roads, and they select three trees from a section of forest, not to return again for over 30 years. The forest quickly sends up volunteer trees regenerating.