At Fire & Light we Recycle and Re-Use as much as possible. We have recycled over 7.5 million bottles and jars, we recycle about a ton of cardboard each month to make packaging material, and we re-use thousands of boxes for shipping.
Our Puka Bowl is not only made with recycled glass but the unique pattern is made using a 1930’s sewing machine foot treadle found among the tons of twisted metal at the Arcata Salvage Yard.
Each Puka bowl is individually hand poured and formed by one of the Fire & Light craftsman. Every bowl is unique in character.
(John holding up the treadle and the Puka Bowl in front of the pile of salvaged metal.)
These bowls are great for small foods such as olives, crackers, nuts or cheeses. They can also add a splash of color to the kitchen as a spoon holder or in the bathroom as a soap dish.
(Copper and Cobalt Puka Bowls showing off their inspiration!)
This just goes to show how something that was once thought of as trash can have a whole new life !
From now until September 1st the Puka Bowls are only $20. Order yours now while we still have some. You can find them here: http://www.fireandlight.com/Puka_Bowl_p/382.htm