Erica Moody, a metal fabricator by trade, executes many traditional metalworking and jewelry techniques as she explores designs that share the beauty and history of metalsmithing. Her designs elevate the experience of everyday tasks through aesthetically pleasing designs.
Hand-forged brass handle tapers to meet a copper scoop, riveted together with brass pins. The scoop size is the standard 2 Tbs. for a coffee scoop and nicely balanced weight. All marks and colors are natural results of the making. Please see below for tips on how to care for these naturally raw metal items.
Brasses and coppers will mottle and darken, and both will brighten in acidic foods like tomato and lemon-based foods. Items come with a wax finish that will slow down the subtle color changes, and make them emerge more evenly. If you want to brighten it back up, instead of using traditional chemical-based silver or brass polish, you can use a mixture of equal parts lemon and fine salt, and massage it with the scouring side of a sponge, in a circular motion, with even pressure in a consistent pattern up and down over the whole item. Do not work a single darker spot, 'massage' the whole piece evenly. Item comes with a care card.
This 23-inch hand-crafted basket showcases the textures and rich natural hues of Zambia. Mix and match with others in our collection for a striking wall basket display or use it...
Bring a mid-century modern look into your home with this frame. Emulating old bamboo furniture, these frames have a classic almost vintage feel; stained the perfect amber color. Frames sold separately. Material | bone
Originally used as a towel in hammams (Turkish baths) for centuries, peshtemals are very versatile products. Perfect as a towel in the bathroom, spa, or at the beach, or use...
This is an archival art print of an original watercolor painting by artist Sarah Martinez based in Northwest Connecticut. Sarah draws inspiration from the nature that surrounds her home and the sense of wonder...