Condiment Container


Coconut Trees are abundant in the island nation of Sri Lanka and all parts of the tree, root to the leaves are used for food, and day-to-day objects. We feature kitchen utility items made from the hard shell of the dired fruit, and the wood from the trunk.

In our Kitchen section we feature a Sugar or a condiment jar, and a Serving or Cooking spoons and in our jewelry section we have coconut wood bracelets.

The condiment jar is made from a coconut shell, after coconut water and the flesh has been used. The fruit is dried, and the outside husk is taken out to make coir, a natural fibre to make various items such as doormats, carpets, and ropes. The remaining shell is then polished and and various utensils are made, mainly as bowls, jars, and spoons for its natural curve.