Adding an artful touch to your kitchen counter, this simple and discreet container will remind you to set aside banana peels, coffee grounds and egg shells, for transfer into municipal green bins or your own garden compost. Featured in the Los Angeles Times, Forbes online and many others. Offcuts of a mix of beautiful wood orphans, like walnut, maple, mahogany, cherry from Cliff Spencer's shop are salvaged and hand-crafted into mitered boxes to hold a stainless steel pan and lid.
Made in the United States.
Details: 13 inches (L) x 6 inches (H) x 7.5 inches (D). Stainless steel pan is imported. Hand-rubbed oil/wax finish. The interior is easily removable and lightweight for emptying and washing, either by hand or in the dishwasher.
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