long overdue...sorry!

we are huge fans of this beautifully made collection.  the pieces are made in a farm house in the black forest - i think that fact alone makes it even better.  the craftsmanship and packaging are excellent.

the scale of this board is fantastic - measuring out at 800 x 210 x 22mm it's available in light oak and smoked oak. if that's too big, then we also have them in 290 x 120 x 22mm.

i love this beautifully shaped weck jar - completely seals too.

oh this bowl.  what can i say, it's perfect.

 another board option is this set: the dish allows you to rub parmesan, garlic, ginger...right onto it - see where the rings are? 

 available in light and smoked oak, the dish is available in black and white and the board in narrow and wide.

part of the 'dance of the glass' series, i think it's quite breathtaking.

this heart shaped cushion is filled with cherry pits. place in the oven, microwave, or freezer and it acts as a warming or cooling pad.  you can also heat it and put it in the bottom of your basket of bread to help keep them warm.

*sweet story: a client bought this for her daughter as she heads off to university for the first time....

cambie village is having some fun tomorrow...

it kicks off with a free showing of the family movie 'Rio' at 10:30am at the Park theatre.  and then there will be some local artists, crafters, and merchants displaying, demonstrating, and selling their wares.

12pm - 3pm tomorrow, saturday, august 20th.

hope to see you out and about.

it's going to be a countryside kind of week.

this is the first post, of what's turning out to be a running theme.  we certainly appreciate beautifully crafted work, so when Ben introduced his father's work to us, we thought they'd be a lovely addition to the shop.

the view from their house and workshop

the wood drying shed and workshop

salad servers
the 'ultimate utensil', scrape or stir

love this double ended tasting spoon

all of these handcrafted utensils are designed by marc and bernadette in the inspiring setting on the west coast of the south island, new zealand.  all of the wood is sourced from recycled, ancient logs or sustainably managed timber, native to new zealand. 

more styles in store and available in rimu, kauri and rewarewa!