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Our unique Rope Bowl is functional and a great conversation piece with a nautical history. Fill it with candy, nuts, succulents or even shells.
The Rope Bowl was fashioned after a Monkey Fist nautical knot. The Monkey Fist knot originally began as a frequently used sailor term. Also called a Sailor’s Knot, it was used to pass lines from a ship to shore or from one ship to another ship. The monkey’s fist was used at the end of a line to add weight. Generally, a bolt, rock or other heavy object would be placed inside the knot to add weight before tightening the knot. After completing the monkey’s fist, it was attached to the end of a light weight line or rope and thrown to its destination.
Painting Sample: 1 coat Happy Trails (#2313). Wipe it back leaving paint in the cervices. Next, 1-2 coats Butterscotch (#2364) - letting Happy Trails show through. Clear glaze and fire to cone 06.
|Item No.:||2147||Theme:||All Occasion|
|Size:||3.75H x 5.75W||Style:||Home Décor|
|Case Count:||6 items per case||Shape:||Round|
|Ship Method:||Standard Shipping||Size:||Small|