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The best way to avoid a drawer full of entangled kitchen tools is to put utensils in a decorative wooden holder on the counter-top. It's both stylish and practical!



Spalted curly Maple utensil holder
7.75" high x 7.75" diameter
(19.5cm high x 19.5cm diameter)
$110 (CDN)


The above utensil holder with utensils
This photo shows the curly side of this character piece
$110 (CDN)


Birdseye Maple rimmed utensil holder/dry vase
7.5" high x 5.25" diameter
(19cm high x 13.5cm diameter)
$85 (CDN)


Shows previous utensil holder with utensils
$85 (CDN)


Shows previous utensil holder used as a vase for silk flowers
$85 (CDN)


Live-edge birdseye Maple utensil holder
This vessel also looks great as a dry vase holding silk flowers!
7.5" high x 6" diameter
(19cm high x 15cm diameter)
$140 (CDN)


Arbutus utensil holder
8.25" high x 7.5-8" diameter
(21cm high x 19-20.5cm diameter)
$110 (CDN)


Arbutus utensil holder
(utensils sold separately)
6" high x 6.5" diameter
(15cm high x 16.5cm diameter)
$85 (CDN)


Birdseye Maple utensil holder with rim
6.25" high x 7.5" diameter
(16cm high x 19cm diameter)
$125 (CDN)
(SOLD)


Curly Birdseye Maple small utensil holder or dry vase
7.25" high x 5.5" diameter
(18.5cm high x 14cm diameter)
$110 (CDN)
(SOLD)


Arbutus utensil holder with rim
8" high x 6.75" diameter
(20.5cm high x 17cm diameter)
$110 (CDN)
(SOLD)


Spalted Maple utensil holder
7" high x 7" diameter
(18cm high x 18cm diameter)
$95 (CDN)
(SOLD)


Maple utensil holder
(utensils sold separately)
8.75" high x 6.75" diameter
(22cm high x 17cm diameter)
$95 (CDN)
(SOLD)


Live-edge Maple utensil holder
8-9.5" high x 8.25" diameter
(20.5-24cm high x 21cm diameter)
$130 (CDN)
(SOLD)
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