Teppo Canape Skewers

Description

These teppo wooden canapé skewers are sharp and pointed, with a flag-shaped end to prevent food from sliding off. Their name ‘Teppo’ means rifle in Japanese – as the skewers are a traditional Japanese gun shape. They’re miniature versions of those used by Japanese cooks like Reiko Hashimoto for traditional grilled yakitori and tofu dengaku. The flag-style canapé picks are great for a wide range of canapés – from skewering cooked meat or roasted vegetables, to pinning edible parcels and holding together rolled fish.

The teppo wooden canapé skewers are available in 2 lengths, as well as two different pack sizes: a small pack of 100 units, and a case of 2000 units (20 packs of 100). The lengths are:

  • 7cm long
  • 9cm long

These teppo canapé picks can be perfectly paired with a large wooden teppo skewer display for perfect presentation elegance.

Delivery

Delivery Option Price
Hermes Economy ? £3.99
DHL Express ? £6.99 (or FREE for orders over £75)
DHL Signature Required ? £6.99 (or FREE for orders over £75)
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