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Olive Wood Honey Pot Jar

by Kamsah

Full Details


  • Handcrafted with naturally antibacterial olive wood
  • Helps you perfectly drizzle a light and even amount of honey into your tea or onto your breakfast or dessert
  • Unlike a spoon, the dipper evenly and consistently distributes honey
  • Wood finish effectively waterproofs, allowing foods and liquids to easily fall off rather than soak into it
  • 10% of profits go back to local associations led by women artisans to empower them and improve their education infrastructure
  • Made in Tunisia
Materials
Olive wood
Includes
One honey pot jar with dipper
Care
Hand wash only with mild dish soap in cool water. Air dry
Dimensions
5.5" x 3" diameter
Weight
1 lb

Reviews
4 avg. (4 reviews)


Small Business Support

Olive Wood Honey Pot Jar

by Kamsah

$31.95

Handcrafted by artisans in Tunisia · Traditional design
Small Business Support

Kamsah

The unique serving pieces from Kamsah—like their colorful hamsa dish—are handmade in Nabeul, Tunisia. This area is known as the Mediterranean’s ceramics center, with a history that dates back centuries. To support this age-old craft, Kamsah pays the local women who make each piece a fair wage. And they give 10% of their profits to organizations benefiting those artisans. Everything is beautiful and meaningful, from the wave mug and coaster set to the eye-catching star and hamsa dipping sets (made up of several small dishes that create the hamsa hand). It’s all safe for the dishwasher, microwave, and freezer, and is PTFE- and lead-free, too. We appreciate Kamsah’s help in ensuring the artists and their tradition of craftsmanship continue to thrive. And we think it’s fitting the name Kamsah comes from the "hamsa" symbol, which stands for peace, protection, and prosperity.