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Three bowls available, one with a set of serving tongs. The largest bowl is a rare example in solid Brazilian rosewood, and measures over 25" long ($2500). The salad bowl with tong...

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Emil Milan Segmented Rosewood Bowl, 1970s

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Signed Emil Milan bowl USA, 1970s Sculpted African rosewood Signed to underneath.

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Emil Milan Salt Cellar and Spoon

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Diminutive, sculpted salt bowl and spoon carved from walnut by under-appreciated American teacher and woodworker, Emil Milan. Like his contemporaries Wharton Esherick and George Naka...