About This Item
A wooden bowl, hand-carved and hand decorated, has been an integral part of the Cherokee home for hundreds of years. They were used to store corn, make bean bread or in more modern times, make biscuits.
These hand-painted Cherokee wooden bowls are reminiscent of those of long ago. Hand-painted in a 7-petaled star flower pattern, they blend traditional Cherokee concepts and modern design. Each set contains a medium bowl, which is in pecan brown with a cream and peach colored flower and small bowl which is in buff with a deep red flower. They would look great displayed on a shelf or use one by the front door to hold glasses, a phone or keys and one in the bedroom for rings or change.
Small measures 5 3/4 inches in diameter and 1 3/4 inches tall.
Medium measures 6 3/4 inches in diameter and 2 inches tall.
Material: Hand-painted wood.
Display only. Not for food use.