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We love the sleek and beautiful design of our multifunctional teak wood tableware. Ideal to use as a cheese plate or present small snacks. Sizes may vary by one or two cm as this product is handmade.
You can use a cloth with warm water and mild soap to clean your teak furniture. Be sure to wipe off all the soap residue after cleaning and let the wood dry properly. If there are any stains, remove them gently. Don’t use a sponge because this can scratch the wood.
If you want a longer lasting maintenance and protect your teak wood furniture, you can use teak oil to waterproof it and prevent it from spots.
If you polish your teak root wood, you get a beautiful golden color. Exposed to the elements, the teak root wood color will fade to a silver-grey shade.
Teak is a tropical hardwood tree found in India and South East Asia, which we source from the overgrow on rainforest floors. Teak has a high protective oil content, making it capable of lasting a lifetime. It can even resist extreme temperatures and humidity. It’s a lovely natural material that can be used both indoors and outdoors.
Bazar Bizar uses teak branch and teak root. Now what is the difference between these two? Teak branches are collected branches from the trees. These branches are either found or left-over from other furniture making. Teak root comes from the trunk of the tree and is obtained from fallen teak trees. Note that the teak trees are not cut down for production!
You are invited on a faraway journey to the dancing islands, ancient traditions and heavenly beaches of Indonesia. This stunning piece was inspired by a passion for travel, and was handcrafted with love from eco-friendly materials such as water hyacinth, banana leaves, rattan, grass and bamboo.
All items are handcrafted in a sustainable way and moreover, its production is a means for supporting the local Balinese economy, paying particular attention to adequate working conditions, high quality finishing and guarantee fair wages for their workers, proudly making this piece Fair Trade.