Pierced Koa Bowl "Hibiscus Bowl 224" by Patrick and Peggy Bookey
Husband-wife craftsmen Patrick and Peggy Bookey create stunning Koa bowls with pierced designs. Patrick starts with a solid chunk of Koa from dead or previously fallen trees on the Big Island. He then dries the wood to 8% humidity before lathe-turning it into a bowl of a very thin consistent thickness.
Then Peggy takes over and begins the intricate, painstaking process of cutting out minute pieces from the bowl to form a lace-like pattern with Hawaiian images. Some bowls show sea creatures such as whales or honu sea turtles. Other bowls show Hawaiian flowers like hibiscus and plumeria. We are delighted to feature the Bookey's pierced Koa bowls exclusively.
Approx. 8" x 3.25"
Designs may vary
All shipments may take a MINIMUM OF FIVE BUSINESS DAYS to be received as we are shipping from Hawaii. Our shipping services do not guarantee two-day delivery from Hawaii. We will send an email notification when your order is shipped.