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Union Wood Co. Serving Tray

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Serve it up -- on a block of recovered fir. $80.00

Vancouver's Union Wood Company finds inspiration -- and materials -- in the docks, foundries, mills, and factories of the city's past. This handcrafted Serving Tray, made from fir rafters reclaimed from an old stable near the Union Wood studio, has a rich and weathered patina only age can provide. Distressed steel handles and rubber feet are complemented by knots, nail holes, and cracks that add......read more

Cowgirl Collection

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Three organic soft-aged cheeses, one mouth-watering affair. $65.00

This collection of Cowgirl Creamery deliciousness includes three award-winning soft-aged cheeses, all made with organic milk. Included are the bold, triple-cream, washed-rind Red Hawk (10oz); the smooth and elegant Mt Tam (8oz); and Cowgirl's latest creation, the seasonal, sweet-and-spicy pepper encrusted Devil's Gulch (8oz) their elegant triple-cream. Okay, now we're hungry....read more

Reclaimed Slate Cheeseboard

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With this chalkboard serving platter, you'll never mix up the Brie and Camembert again. $48.00

If this was what elementary school was really like, we would've tried harder. This smart cheeseboard is made of reclaimed chalkboards from Franklin Elementary School in Quincy, Illinois. The board is divided into four sections and includes a piece of chalk so your guests know what cheese is what. Recycled wine cork feet mean the slate board won't slip and scratch the table....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

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

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

Footed Platte by Gray Works

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Rustic cutting board/serving tray made from salvaged cherry wood $85.00

From their workshop in Woodstock, N.Y., Gray Works crafts handsome homewares from sustainable and salvaged woods, each lovingly hand rubbed in organic olive oil. Their rose-red cherry wood Footed Platte makes the easy transition from kitchen to table, operating doubly as a rustic serving platter and an excellent cutting board. Personalize it with a wood engraving to make a unique gift for that......read more

La Amarilla de Ronda (LA) Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oils

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Hyperrealistic pencil portrayals of nature. $15.95

Hundreds of years ago, the nuns pertaining to a closed order living in Ronda, Andalusia began to produce olive oil from olives harvested from century year old olive trees. Designer Philippe Starck and enologist Michel Rolland have collaborated to create an ecologically produced La Amarilla de Ronda (LA) organic extra virgin olive oils from Andalucia, Spain in this same tradition. All of the......read more

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