Fabulous Wood Items for the Kitchen and Table

A. Large Cutting Board made from many different woods $50.
B. One-of-a-Kind Salad Bowl with matching salad servers $195.
C. Folding Salad Servers by in cherry wood. $33.
D. Set of four checkered wood coasters with holder $44.
(Set of six for $48.)
E. Cocobolo wine bottle stopper with stainless steel tip $26.
F. Hand Carved Coffee Scoop $32.
G. All Purpose Hand Carved Scoop $28.
H. Tea Caddy Box in cocobolo $180.
I. Checkered Trivets in multiple woods $9. each.
J. Lazy Spoon in cherry $26.
K. Natural bark covered Alder Vase $38.
L. Turned Zebrawood Bottle Stopper $10.

Some reasons why they are fabulous:

Great for grown up stocking stuffers, these smaller items are not only functional but beautiful. Wouldn’t coffee taste better made with a hand carved scoop? And what would be more elegant than to top your favorite wine at Holiday dinner than a hand turned decorative stopper?

Jonathan Spoons makes the best…well, spoons! The folding salad tongs fit neatly in a kitchen drawer and the lazy spoon is a best seller because it’s so darn clever! The little notch lets it sit on the edge of the pot, no sticky pudding on the counter!

I don’t know about you, but I drink a lot of tea. Not only a lot of tea but a lot of different types of teas. Maybe that’s why this would make such a great thing to have in the kitchen- a lovely tea caddy, keeping all those teas in neat little compartments.

Finally, what Holiday dinner is complete without a huge salad? Wouldn’t the in-laws be suitably impressed if you served them out of this hand turned one of a kind maple salad bowl, made from a tree salvaged in Seattle? The bonus is it comes with it’s own matching servers!

These items and other fabulous items for the home and kitchen are now available at Northwest Fine Woodworking. Stop by early for the best selection or call (206) 625-0542.

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About Northwest Woodworkers' Gallery

Northwest Woodworkers' Gallery is a cooperative gallery located in just north of Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington. Since 1980, we have represented the leading American furniture designers and artisans who hand craft contemporary fine wood furniture, custom furniture and studio furniture.
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