Nambe Butterfly Chip & Dip Bowl

Designed by Sean O'Hara

Nambe Metal and Wood Butterfly Chip and Dip
$175.00 Add to Cart

 
Item# 5009N
Size: 16"

Measuring 16" in diameter and accompanied by a 5 1/2" diameter metal bowl for dip, the acacia-wood chip tray features a swooping rim rising to 4 1/2" high whose inspiration for designer Sean O'Hara was a butterfly.

Acacia, a dense, durable hardwood, glows with warmth and enthralls with finely patterned grain of varying shades. Made of Nambe Alloy, a tarnish-resistant metal the dip bowl polishes to a silver-like luster as a contrast to the tray's warm tones. Naturally resinous, acacia will not absorb stains or odors.

Nambe items made with wood may be washed by hand using a mild detergent and a soft cloth. Dry these products immediately with a soft cloth. Do not place items made with wood in the dishwasher and do not leave wood in standing water for extended periods of time.

Nourish wood surfaces with mineral oil applied with a #0000 grade super fine steel wool or a soft cloth; let stand for one hour, wash away excess with a mild detergent and soft cloth, then dry immediately with a soft cloth.

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Nambe, an authentic American brand, born in the Santa Fe region of New Mexico, has been handcrafting high-quality, functional designs for the modern lifestyle since 1951.

Discerning individuals, who want to build their lives around purpose and beauty, choose Nambe. Our sensual, award-winning pieces promise them remarkable design, every day usefulness, and the essence of casual luxury.Because of Nambe's excellent ability to retain both hot and cold temperatures, food served in Nambe metal will remain piping hot or freshly chilled throughout your meal.

Dressed up or down, Nambe designs for the home will resonate with any decor and will inspire you every day. Each Nambe piece goes through a series of shaping, grinding, buffing and polishing steps. Slight imperfections found on Nambe's brilliant finish are characteristic of the sand casting process, and since Nambe is handcrafted, no two pieces are exactly alike.