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This lovely Tunisian hand carved olivewood coffee, sugar, salt or spice scoop is a must for any kitchen. Measure your ingredients in style with this olive wood hand measure from Tunisian. This handcrafted kitchen scoop lets you cook to perfection by helping you keep your measure game strong and on point.
Order contains: olive wood 1 spice scoop only
Craft: hand carving on wood
Material: 100% olive wood
Material origin: Tunisia
Color: Natural olive wood color with beautiful grain lines
Length: minimum 11.5cm maximum 12cm
Width: minimum 3.5cm maximum 4cm
Handmade: With love only for you by Tunisian artisans.
Wash Care: Gentle hand wash using mild soap and non-abrasive scrubber. Do not soak and wipe off extra moisture. Air dry immediately. Periodically apply a coat of virgin olive oil or coconut oil with a cotton muslin cloth to maintain the beauty of the wood.
Shipping: Within India 7-10 days. For more details, kindly refer to our shipping policy.
Return: Kindly refer to our return policy bar.
Disclaimer: Each piece features naturally occurring grain lines and imperfection this also means what you own is one of a kind. Please note that the actual colour shade may vary with the one shown in the image due to variations in image resolution as well as lighting conditions during photography. This product is handmade. There may be small imperfection or minor differences in shape, size and color which are inherent to the process and what makes it unique.
|Actual body measurements in inches
*Garment measurement may differ.
|Brand Size||To Fit Bust||To Fit Waist||To Fit Hip|
Measure around the fullest part of your Bust, wearing your bra, with your arms relaxed at your sides.
Measure around the narrowest part of your Waist at your naturalwaist. To find your natural waist, bend to one side. There will be a crease just below your rib cage: that's your natural waist*. *Don't worry if this seems higher than where you actually wear your pants.
Measure around your body at the broadest part of your Hips, keeping your hills together. This should be where your legs meet your torso.