Vintage Rice Mortar Crafted From Teak Root From The Unique Finds Collection
This Vintage Rice Mortar is an authentic piece of kitchen equipment that was once used in villages of Java around 50 to 70 years ago. Traditionally, villagers use it to grind up rice into rice flour and then use it for baking and cooking. This unusual vintage piece will be a fantastic talking point on a "show and tell vintage finds" night when you next have guests around. Or you can put it to more practical use and use it as a hefty doorstop.
This item is crafted by artisans from the hardwearing root of the teak tree, each individual piece is unique in its own way. The shape and size of each piece may vary. For more quirky items, check out our Unique Finds Collection. We offer free delivery across UK Mainland.
Measurements are approximate only. Each individual piece
||H42cm x W36cm x D36cm