The Dyllón Bowl

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Yes, I named it Wilhelmina after Wilhelmina Slater. Look at it! It's almost as fabulous as she was! That pedestal on the bottom. The throw of that lip around the top edge... it gives me royalty. It's a stunner of a piece. One that should be used regularly. Maybe on the counter, full of fruit. Maybe in the front entrance of your home. Maybe in your living room. Somewhere that you will see it daily. She's a winner. 

Once-majestic trees eventually fall. Sometimes it's the result of a lightning bolt. Sometimes, old age. Sometimes, bugs. Whatever the reason, once the tree is on the ground, it has potential for a second life - a metamorphosis like a caterpillar turning into a butterfly. Once aged and dried, the natural beauty of the tree is revealed through the grain of the wood. I love that The Riley/Land Collection is known for beautiful pieces of art that you can actually use in your home. 

Bowl-making is an art form. From dead tree to bowl, it takes approximately two years for each one. All of our wooden kitchenwares are handmade by a small family-owned business in rural Tennessee. It's a learned tradition, handed down from father to son and spans multiple generations. The overwhelming majority of the pieces are locally-sourced from my parents' farm.


15.5" diameter, 4.5" tall