Tag Archives | Birch

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Six Sharp Safety Razors

We have added to our line of ‘gifts for men’ this year with these old-school wooden handled, really cool, really sharp Safety Razors! They feature chrome hardware and fit all standard type safety razor blades. The wood handle on these ones here are made of Jatoba, Padauk, Zebrawood, spalted Birch and a Laminate. Here, check […]

Bold Boards Abound

Bold Boards Abound!

Bold Boards abound! We’ve got a bunch more Bold Boards bounding out of the finish room today, all beeswaxed and buffed! Ready for serving! These boards will be the talk of your next get together. Imagine serving up the finest cheese, the tastiest charcuterie or a Ploughman’s Lunch on one of these! They come in […]

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A Bonanza Of Bold Boards

We’re getting pretty board here at Ravenview! Pretty board, indeed! Check out this bonanza of Bold Boards that we recently made for the upcoming holiday season! The contrasting, though complementing, types of different wood is what makes our Bold Boards so bold! Some of the different woods we use include exotics like Zebrawood, Padauk, Wenge, […]

Just Muddling Through

Just Muddling Through

How’s it going? Us? We’re just muddling through… makng mojito muddlers that is! We were at D’s sister’s cottage last month for a small family gathering and some of the family members we making Mojitos, the traditional Cuban highball which consists of white rum, sugar, lime juice, sparkling water and mint. The lime juice is […]

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Birch Bowl Green

Here’s another small Birch Bowl, this one in a light shade of green. It is approximately 20cm (8″) in diameter and 9cm (3.5″) tall and features three bands near the rim. The wood for this bowl, and the others in this recent, painted series, came from the Hants County area of Nova Scotia, an area […]

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Birch Bowl Yellow

Here’s another Birch bowl and it’s yellow! 🙂 It is approximately 20cm (8″) in diameter and 8cm (3.25″) tall and has three black bands near the rim that really sets of the light yellow colour. The wood came from the Hants County area of Nova Scotia. Here are a few more photos: Back to the […]