Cinnamon Bowl by Gordon Tang 5.5″H x 9.5″D $795


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Cinnamon Bowl by Gordon Tang 5.5″H x 9.5″D $795



Gordon Tang’s traditional Hawaiian shapes are widely appreciated by collectors of Hawaiiana both for functional and decorative purposes. A number of people collect his bowls for poi supper, luckies!



Cinnamon has a variety of uses. For example the inner bark is used as an aromatic spice and the wood can be used for beautiful woodwork, which will also have a sweet scent.

The sweetness of cinnamon comes from the aromatic oils that are found in the bark and leaves. This makes cinnamon a perfect wood for storage boxes to store things like sugar and tea, because the spice will give the content a faint aroma.

The cinnamon genus accounts for more than 270 trees and shrubs, of which most are aromatic. The cinnamon tree grows in the south of China, in India and in Southeast Asia. Usage of the spice goes back to ancient times and was imported in Egypt around 2000 BC. In the ancient world cinnamon was so precious and expensive a spice, that it was a fitting gift for the gods.


The dimensions listed in the ‘additional information’ tab includes packing for shipment.


Cinnamon Bowl by Gordon Tang 5.5″H x 9.5″D $795

Additional information

Weight 14.6 lbs
Dimensions 15.5 × 15.5 × 11.5 in

Honolulu, Hawaii (808) 596-0074