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Nesting Bowl Set by Heath Ceramics

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A trio of ruby red nesting bowls from California's clayware kings $85.00

This year, Heath Ceramics rang in the holiday season by reimagining some of its traditional shapes in bright, festive red. The red-glazed dinnerware collection includes this set of three nesting bowls that, if you ask us, add a welcome dose of color to the kitchen any time of year. The trio includes a cereal, dessert, and mini bowl, all crafted at the company's factory in Sausalito, California.......read more

Vermont Wooden Spoon Co.

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Kitchen utensils and boards hand-carved from sustainably harvested woods. $16.00

Vermont Wooden Spoon Co. is the brainchild of wood carver Jordan Marvin, who handcrafts rustic kitchen wares from local, sustainably harvested hardwoods like cherry, maple, black walnut and apple. The range includes spoons, spatulas, ladles, salad sets, serving sets and bread and cheese boards, all of which are food-safe and sealed with a light layer of mineral oil. The......read more

Dry Goods Vessels by Fort Standard

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By Fort Standard $88.00

Created for use in the kitchen to store dry goods, these vessels can be used throughout the entire household. The thin glass vessels are sealed with large cork stoppers with turned hardwood handles. Tops are turned in Maine. 3.5 W x 3.5 D x 8-10 H ...read more

Toolives

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Olive tree branch salad servers collected from the ancient shores of Anatolia. $29.00

Once a year, olive pickers prune the trees on the Aegean shores of Anatolia — one of the oldest regions of olive cultivation in the world. Those pruning sessions yield these fully natural salad servers made from olive branches. Designed by Koray Ozgen for ODUN, the branches are hand turned on one extremity only, which becomes a smooth handle for tossing and serving green salad. Each pair is......read more

Swissmar Soft Cheese Knife

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The only one you'll ever need. $15.00

Enjoy your favorite brie, camembert, and other cheeses with Swissmar's stainless steel Soft Cheese Knife. Featuring holes along the side to prevent sticking, the blade has a serrated edge to easily slice through rinds. Though its designed specifically for soft cheeses, the knife can is versatile enough to use with any kind of cheese. Swissmar is known for top-quality kitchenware that endures......read more

ReMakes Placemats

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Recycled billboard vinyl hits the dinner table. $15.99

At the end of its, ahem, "useful" life, billboard vinyl typically heads to the landfill, where it slowly leeches toxins for the next gazillion years. ReMakes intervenes in that nasty cycle, using the spent PVC vinyl to make these handsome and functional placemats. Each placemat comes adorned with a QR code, which you can scan with your smartphone for a daily eco-factoid. ReMakes Placemats come in......read more

Flour Sack Towels by House 8810

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Time-honored kitchen essential $24.00

Repurposing might be hot right now, but it's nothing new. People have been making new stuff out of old stuff since stuff was invented. Take flour and feed sacks, for example, which in the old days were reworked by thrifty housewives into dishtowels, clothing, pillowcases and curtains. House 8810 brings back that tradition with these Flour Sack Towels, made of super absorbent 100% cotton and......read more

Rosewood Cheese Knife

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Richly hued wooden knife will make short work of any soft cheese $18.00

With a tastefully curated selection of goods for the home, Vancouver's Old Faithful Shop has emerged as one of our favorite retailers. We can always get behind good craftsmanship, especially when sustainability is involved. This Rosewood Cheese Knife is a case in point. Handmade from richly-hued, sustainably harvested rosewood, the knife's simple design masks an uncanny ability to cut......read more

Patagonia Natural Wood Bowl/Tray

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Reclaimed wood shaped into warm collection of serving bowls and trays $35.00

This handsome series of bowls and trays, available exclusively at ABC Home, is handcrafted from fallen Lenga trees by the indigeneous Mapuche people of Chile and Argentina. So a purchase not only lands you with an amazing piece of warm, natural design, but also supports traditional Mapuche artistry, helping them protect their culture and their land. The collection includes four shapes and sizes:......read more

Balloon Shakers

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Unique glass shakers designed by Masayuki Kurokawa $68.00

These Balloon Shakers bring a whole new level of beauty to a typically mundane kitchen object: the salt shaker. The shakers, designed by famed Japanese architect and product designer Masayuki Kurokawa, can be used for all types of seasonings, from bright yellow saffron to crimson paprika. Handblown in Japan by Shotoku Glass Co., a company with roots in making light bulbs, Balloon Shakers......read more

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