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Mortar Shop > Mortar & Pestle > Large Olive Wood Flowery Green Pedestal Mortar and Pestle
Large Pedestal Flowery Green Mortar and Pestle
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Retail: $79.95
Your Price: $49.95
About the Mortar
Dimensions: 5.5" h x 4.5 diameter. Pestle measures 6" long.
Carved from natural olive wood, beautifully hand painted in a flowery theme, water and scratch resistant hand paint. Mortar may not look exactly as pictured, due to the handmade nature of the product, each sample is unique.
Not Dishwasher Safe
Maintenance to the mortar is limited to occasionally rinsing the wood with extra virgin olive oil.
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Allow 10-14 days for delivery.
Large Pedestal Flowery Green Mortar & Pestle
Approx. Dimensions: 5.5" H
Large Pedestal Flowery Green Mortar and Pestle
Ordering info
US Residents: Product will ship from either Atlanta, GA or Tunis, Tunisia based on inventory. Product leaves warehouse in 2-3 business days. Allow up to 10-14 days for product delivery via USPS. $9.99 Standard Shipping and handling. Georgia Residents add 7% sales taxes.
Non US Residents: We offer a $9.99 Standard Shipping Rate, Worldwide.
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 According to Greek mythology Athena, the goddess of wisdom, taught people to utilize the olive tree in every aspect of life. Both she and Poseidon, the god of the sea, rivaled to be the patron of Attica, the section of Greece where the city of Athens was located. In an effort to decide whom would prove to be the greater patron of the state, the gods of Mount Olympus devise a contest in which the winner would be the one that could offer the best gift to the people of Attica. As a figure of power and might, Poseidon struck the ground with his trident and a horse sprang forth. Knowing the people needed a gift that would benefit them, Athena struck the ground with her spear, and an olive tree sprung up. As a symbol of peace and agriculture, the gods decided that the olive tree was a much better gift than Poseidon's horse, a symbol of war. Hence forth, Athena was named the patron of Attica, and its foremost city, Athens, the city of the olive tree, was named after her. Tell me more ...
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