20 Days of Walrus! Day five: Wood December 07 2014
Sometimes we obsess over things - sometimes we obsess over lots of things at the same time. This year we've been feeding our obsession with beautifully crafted wood pieces, and know they'd make a warm addition to anyone's home.
Plotnikoff bowls - $72 and up
handcrafted in Chilliwack, each bowl is one of a kind. Flawlessly finished, these bowls come in a variety of wood - from acacia to maple to cherry.
Boards by Joel - $30-$75
A favourite of ours for years now, Boards by Joel are made in Minnesota and have been slow cured and sealed with mineral oil to prevent cracking. Great for serving, the base of a centerpiece or you can flaunt it on it's own.
Misha Olynyk Urban Monocular - $190
A favourite from one of our past events, Misha Olynyk brings modernity to the classic idea of a monocle. The base contains a magnet that, when in use, acts as a pivot for the monocle itself. The monocle itself adjusts focus, so you can see your neighbour's christmas trees up close, no problem.
Landon Dix Sugi Bowls - $70
"Shou Sugi Ban" is a traditional Japanese wood charring technique in which the surface of wood is burnt - typically sidings used in architecture. This technique adds a natural protectant to the surface.Each bowl is finished with a food safe polyurethane, and are ideal rice bowls. Handmade on the lathe, each piece is unique and may vary in size, shape, and colour.
Roost Acacia low bowl - $145
This big bowl from Roost is a great fruit bowl or centerpiece. 17.5” DIA x 4” H
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