Mortar and Pestle Set (Marble) – Tera
I recommend this marble mortar and pestle. Perfect for grinding things like sesame seeds, which I use in many of my recipes.
- Marble Small Bowl Solid Stone Grinder Spice Herb Grinder Pill Crusher Black
- Solid Nature Black Marble Construction: Exquisite marble exterior with interior unpolished for optimal mashing and crushing, excellent in crushing or grinding pills, herbs, spices, peppercorns to fine powder, making pet or baby food, mixing ingredients. NOTE: marble color may be slightly different from the images due to natural factors.
- Small & Handy: mortar measurement 4.64”x2.36”x2.95”, inside diameter 3.46”, inside height of the bowl 1.81″ at deepest part. About the size of the average palm – whereas one could pick it up with one hand and it would be roughly the same circumference as an average hand. Pestle measurement 5”x1.25”, long enough to grip with the hand firmly while grinding and not scrape the hand on the edge of the bowl.
- Easy to Clean: Just rinse the pestle and mortar with sponge thoroughly in warm water, and it doesn’t leave any odor behind. Made from pure natural marble, please wash before the first use to remove the stone dust on the surface.
- Well-packaged: thick EPE foam padding inside the box ensures the pestle and mortar delivered safe and sound. We read lots of buyer comments on similar products, clearly know the frustrating feeling of receiving a broken item. So we decided to make this mortar and pestle set differently in expectation of good shopping experience.
- A Good Gift for a Kitchen Friend: Tera marble mortar bowl and pestle is not only a practical functional grinding tool for small items but also an elegant decoration to your kitchen countertop.
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