No need to waste any more time digging through the utensil drawer for that wooden spoon or spatula that invariably sits at the bottom of the pile every time you need it. This artistic and practical utensil vase will hold many of your go-to kitchen tools in one handy spot on your countertop. It's large enough for your longest servers but compact enough to tuck in next to the toaster.
This utensil holder is also quite versatile. Use it on the table for buffet utensils, as a unique wine bottle bucket, or for a centerpiece arrangement of dried flowers. You can even place your breadsticks in it for a fun presentation during spaghetti dinner!
This utensil holder contains a number of contrasting textures. Its hand-carved spiral textured exterior finished with a sleek black hue adds subtle contrast to the deep brown color found in its smooth interior. Mango wood comes from the tree which bears its name. At 20-30 years of age, when the tree is done producing mango fruit, it is cut down by the Thai farmer to make room for new seedlings. The mango wood is then reclaimed by local craftsmen and crafted into the beautiful design you see here by experienced artisans with creative ingenuity.