BOYZONE 3 - set of 3 MINI embossing rolling pins, good start of the collection
A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE ROLLER
Here we offer a set of 3 MINI rolling pins. Designs as pictured.
Each MoodForWood laser engraved rolling pin is made of beech wood. It has the optimal engraving depth to obtain the best extrusion results on dough and even clay. Each roller is covered with oil approved for direct contact with food. It protects the wood and makes it easier to apply patterns, because the dough does not stick so easily to the surface of the roller. At MoodForWood you can buy a rolling pin with a very good price-quality ratio. We also take care of short production times and the fastest and cheapest delivery. All of our rollers are approved for contact with food. To each purchased item we add our proven recipe for shortbread cookies with a pattern and useful roller care tips. The MoodForWood rolling pin is a perfect gift for: birthday, name day, Wedding, Mother's Day, Father's Day, and also for anyone interested in baking.
Dimensions: 23 cm/9,1" long with handles and have 4,4 cm/1,7" in diameter, embossing area is 11,5 cm/4,5" long.
A FEW WORDS ABOUT WOOD
We acquire wood only from certified EU suppliers. This means that all our products are made of legal wood. We are also strongly focused on promoting sustainable forest management. Our suppliers source wood mainly from well-managed forests in which biodiversity and nature are protected. As wood is a natural material, various imperfections may appear on its surface, such as discoloration, color differences, slight knots, and unevenness. It is completely natural, in this respect every roller is unique. We always check our products very carefully at every stage of production to ensure the best quality.
The subject of the offer is a rolling pin, with a pattern as in the title and in the pictures. All additional items shown in the pictures are not sold and are used as props. The item we deliver may differ from the one shown in the pictures by the color of the wood and the contrast of the pattern due to the natural differences in individual parts of the wood that is used for the production of rollers.