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Ironwood Gourmet, Acacia Wood, 3.25-inch by 6-inch Mortar & Pestle
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- 3.25-inch by 6-inch wooden Mortar & Pestle
- NATURAL. Made from gorgeous Acacia hardwood. Known for its rich, dark colors and beautiful, contrasting patterns. One of the special characteristics of Acacia wood is an unusual property known as 'chatoyancy' - appearing to change color and luster in different lighting conditions as if to shimmer.
- UNIQUE and will take center stage at any gathering or special occasion. Ironwood Gourmet offers one of THE highest quality Acacia wood products in the industry and is the choice of notable gourmet retailers throughout the world.
- EASY TO MAINTAIN and clean - Wash with warm soapy water, rinse thoroughly (do not soak), then let air dry.
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Ironwood Gourmet was developed to reflect epicurean tastes in food, wine, kitchen gadgets and the love of everything wood. Today, Ironwood Gourmet offers one of THE highest quality acacia wood products in the industry and is the choice of the most notable gourmet retailers throughout the world. Each of our premium, natural Acacia wood products are designed for discriminating tastes--and will take center stage at any gathering or special occasion.
Acacia is a hardwood that is grown on all continents. This pod bearing tree is known for its rich, dark colors, that range from gold to chocolate brown, as well as its beautiful, contrasting patterns. The wood is farmed throughout South East Asia for use in the furniture and housewares industries. One of the special characteristics of Acacia wood is an unusual property known as 'chatoyancy' — it appears to change color and luster in different lighting conditions as if to shimmer. The wood can change from a light tan to a dark brown, sometimes appearing similar to Walnut and sometimes more like Teak.
**Use & Care**
Wash Ironwood Gourmet products in warm, soapy water and thoroughly rinse with clean water. Do not soak. To dry, prop up off of counter to allow all surfaces to air dry evenly. Wood products should never be washed in the dishwasher.
After drying, rejuvenate and protect the wood by rubbing it down with Ironwood Butcher Block Oil. Apply the oil liberally and allow it to soak in thoroughly before use. Regular application of our Butcher Block Oil will prevent cracking and preserve the rich natural colors of the wood.
Top Customer Reviews
I oil it every time I use, once it's dry of course, with olive oil and it keeps it nice.
According to my tape measure, and my aging, yet recently calibrated, eye balls, the outside diameter is about 5-7/8" the inside top edge of the well is close to 4" and is near to 2" deep at the center of the well. The total height is about 2-3/4"
One thing I've noticed, when researching items on Amazon, is that in the "Product Details" area, the "product dimensions" and "weight" are sometimes misleading as they often refer to the outside dimensions and the weight of the packaging for the item. It's best to find the product dimensions down in the "Product Description" area, but in this case, no go. The lights were on, but no dimensions were home. So you roll the dice and figure it might be a bit smaller than stated in the "Product Details" area . Or you look for one that has more precise dimensional information and call it a day. There's no point in getting all bent out of shape over it my dear.
In the final analyses, I'm glad I got this smashing tool, if you get it, you'll probably be glad too!!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Beautiful and generous size. Handle has a unique design that keeps it firmly in place when grinding. Bought it for my daughter & she really likes it.Published 4 months ago by lori parnacott
A beautiful piece of work. Its the perfect size for muddling herbs.Published 5 months ago by Sparks13
It is beautiful. I just wish I had more recipes so that I could use it more.Published 7 months ago by janese carrigan
The wood doesn't look near as dark/polished as in the picture. It's very dull and light. I had to sand it down a little too. It was very rough.Published 8 months ago by Jenn