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Handcrafted Serveware

Handcrafted serving trays, bowls, utensils, and more!

Kitchen Serveware - made with only the best materials and craftsmanship

Our serveware is handcrafted by artists using high quality walnut, olive wood, cherry wood, and riverstone among other materials. Featuring artists from Natural OliveWood, Treestump Woodcraft, Sticks, Bonnie Richter, and David Ernster

Natural OliveWood

Born and raised in Sfax, Tunisia, brothers Hatem and Walid Alimi learned the art of carving the trunks of olive trees as children. Today, the Alimi brothers (and family) produce naturally beautiful kitchen products, all boasting the distinct swirling patterns of the trees twisted trunks. Nonporous by nature and coated in a protective layer of olive oil, Natural OliveWood products are safe and sustainable. Olive wood is a hard wood making if very dense and durable for everyday use.

Treestump Woodcraft

The artists at Treestump have been handcrafting wooden kitchen utensils, breadboards and furniture for over 25 years. Working with sustainable domestic hardwoods, specifically Mesquite, Cherry and Black Walnut as well as turquoise, malachite, river rock and other stones. Treestump utilizes the natural imperfections of their wood to create uniquely beautiful pieces.

Sticks

Our friends from sticks never fail to impress, each piece is handcrafted and designed to order - handcarved, handpainted, & handmade through & through.

Caring for Your Wooden Kitchen Accessories

Never put any wooden kitchen accessories in your dishwasher- they will get dried out and splinter! Always hand wash your wooden kitchen accessories in warm soapy water. Do not soak the wood, but rather give a quick rinse and then let air dry. After often use or storage over a long period of time you may see that your wooden kitchen accessories are beginning to dry. Wipe your pieces with cooking oil or mineral oil. This should return them to their original luster and shine.