Olive Wood Pig with Appetizer Forks$24.95
- Handcrafted in Mallorca
- Solid aged olive wood
- Six stainless forks with olive wood handles
- Delightful gift
- Size - 3.5 inches long x 2.5 inches tall
Serve tapas in style with this playful olive wood appetizer set. Hand carved in Mallorca from solid olive wood, this pig holds six sturdy stainless steel forks with polished olive wood handles, ideal for spearing cured ham, olives, cheese or any other tapa you wish to serve. It is a beautiful gift that will find a place in any kitchen.
Our friends on the beautiful Mediterranean island of Mallorca take solid blocks of aged olive wood and carve them into these whimsical little pigs. Each of the forks are fitted with solid olive wood handles that are the perfect size for gripping. The two-tined forks are sharp and ready to spear even the most reluctant slice of chorizo or bite of delicate cheese.
Wash by hand and apply with sunflower oil if the wood becomes dry.
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"Really cute. Made VERY well. Good purchase!!"
Gail - Northport , NY December 2020
"Nice quality, very happy with my purchase. Website is easy to navigate and product was shipped promptly. This was nicely priced for something handcarved in Spain and not mass produced. I bought two... one for myself and one as a gift. They do come in different shades though, i kept the two toned and gave the solid colored. "
Hernan - Chambersburg , PA December 2020
"so cute. looks very well made"
Theresa - MAMARONECK, NY October 2020
"Very cute. "
Barbara - Bethesda , MD November 2019
"Great addition to the table. Everyone loves it"
Andrew - San Antonio, TX November 2017
"Product is very cute."
CYNTHIA - COLORADO SPRINGS, CO March 2015
"Love it. Well made and looks exactly like the picture."
REBECCA - BENTON, IL December 2014
"Absolutely adorable set, the wood finish is smooth, glossy, and beautiful to look at and to touch; the workmanship is top notch...a nice gift for the person who has everything...but I'm keeping mine!"
Joanne - Shirley, NY May 2013
Giuseppina - Ashland, VA February 2013