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Wooden Tea Cup from Camphor Wood, Pair - Ninth & Pine
Wooden Tea Cup from Camphor Wood, Pair - Ninth & Pine
Wooden Tea Cup from Camphor Wood, Pair - Ninth & Pine
Wooden Tea Cup from Camphor Wood, Pair - Ninth & Pine
Wooden Tea Cup from Camphor Wood, Pair - Ninth & Pine
Wooden Tea Cup from Camphor Wood, Pair - Ninth & Pine
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Wooden Tea Cup, 100% Camphor Wood

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DESCRIPTION 

These stylish and elegant looking wooden tea cups are made out of camphor wood. Camphor wood keeps the wooden tea cup lightweight and durable with a sophisticated smooth finish. It naturally insulates better than glass or ceramic, which allows you to enjoy your hot tea at the right temperature for longer and…without burning your hand! Always a plus!


DETAILS

  • Pair of Wooden Tea Cups
  • Camphor Wood
  • Holds 8.8 fl oz
  • 3 1/2” (H) x 3 1/2” (W)

 

PACKAGING   Ships in Compostable Paper

SHIPS FROM Washington State, Pacific NW, U. S. A. 

 

ABOUT CAMPHOR WOOD

Camphor trees are fast growing trees that tend to develop poor structure. This means they don’t hold up well in storms! The bark, twigs and the evergreen, waxy leaves release a strong menthol like camphor smell when crushed, which helps repel insects.  Camphor trees are an invasive species in the United States, frequently found displacing native trees in Florida. It’s considered a weed tree in Australia and removed whenever possible as an invasive species, too. It’s a native tree in both China and Japan, where this fast growing tree is often used for lumber. The wood color ranges from a honey color to a dark wood depending upon where on the tree it comes from.  It is a great wood for cutting boards, cabinetry and food and drink vessels.