New Photos upload on flickr

New pictures on Flickr at

 http://www.flickr.com/photos/themountaineer

 

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Stocking Stuffers

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Stocking Stuffers handmade in cherry, hickory, maple, or black walnut. 

Oven Rack Pull Push tool for that special cook so they do not get close to that hot oven rack. Use it to pull out the hot oven rack and push it back in instead of a pot holder or towel, much safer. 

Nothing like a wooden butter knife to cut and spread butter. Also great for cheese this time of year. 

Happy Holiday Season to all, be safe this season. 

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Salad Servers available in four species of wood

Hand made wood Salad Servers are listed in my store in ETSY. Available in four species of wood, see photos for examples of each!
http://www.etsy.com/shop/themountaineer
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Salad Servers – NEW – Sassafras design

Salad server sets crafted in Cherry, Hickory, Maple, and Walnut available soon in my ETSY store at http://www.etsy.com/shop/themountaineer

I designed the set after two of the three shapes of the Sassafras Leaf. The sassafras have three distinct leaf patterns on the same plant, unlobed oval, bilobed (mitten-shapped), and trilobed (three-pronged).

I collected leaves off a sassafras in my yard and used them as my models.

See sample of each in various wood species available in following photos:

Note: Due to handcrafting and given the nature of wood each one will be slightly different, but very unique.

Cherry,  salad servers cherry back viewsalad servers cherry front viewsalad servers cherry side view

Hickorysalad servers hickory front view salad servers hickory back view salad servers hickory side view

Maple salad servers maple front view salad servers maple back view salad servers maple side view

Walnut salad servers walnut front view salad servers walnut back view

Wooden Pizza Cutter/Server

This pizza cutter does dual duty also as a server. Wood is Hickory with blend of mineral oil and beeswax finish. Easy to clean after use. Wash with warm water and dish soap and dry. It does the job. Visit my web site at http://www.themountaineer.us

 

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