Buttery reclaimed Ambrosia (ghost) Maple pinch bowl or salt cellar.
Made from reclaimed wood and finished with olive oil.
Wash in soapy water. Do not let stand in water. Oil often to preserve finish.
Each bowl measures 2 3/4 × 2 3/4 × 7/8
Select single pinch bowl ($18) or pair of pinch bowls ($32) from drop down menu.
Ships within 1 to 5 business days. During busier times, it may take up to two weeks – we shall contact you if this is the case. Please inquire prior to purchasing if you need your item sooner.
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Key Latch, made from WWII gunsling leather and metal hook, has been hand-stitched and finished with a brass button stud for connecting to your belt, belt loop or bag.
Keys can be removed conveniently from the latch or the brass stud can be undone so you can open doors, start cars, unlock bike locks et cetera. But never fear! – the metal hook is sturdy and spring loaded. Built to endure the Key latch will keep your keys safe and secure.
WIN a Key Latch now through June 6th via Instagram! See @pegandawl for more details!
Each product we create stems from a need. With the opening of our new workshoppe, we needed a sustainable way to transport our lunches to and fro. Where as paper bags end up in landfills, our waxed canvas Marlowe Lunchbag will stand the test of time.
Along with the Marlowe, two larger carry-all bags were created in her likeness: the Brown Bag Carry All and the Good Health Market Bag. These two totes are ideal as an everyday bag and are larger enough for your journal, laptop, sweater, good book, assorted pens and pencils et cetera or as a market tote with your groceries and fresh cut flowers.
As the days get warmer, my carry-all will certainly be spending many hours in the park toting my favourite picnic blanket and my Marlowe Lunchbag full of snacks.
Where will your Peg and Awl bag be as the days warm up? Share your photographs on Instagram with #pegandawl
Our Trencher Plate is a nod to a type of Medieval Tableware. These boards are ideal for sandwiches and have a small trench for salt, sauce or garnish. It can also be used as a serving board for cheese, olives and other small tasty morsels or flipped and used as a cutting board.
Trencher Video here
More information here
This iPad mount and base is constructed from reclaimed oak from an olde torn-down mill near Philadelphia.
Watch Ted Talks whilst cooking or remove the pin and flip the base to sit at a desk to work.
Simple and good looking.
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