For a shopkeeper the month of October is the time quite a bit of unpacking of goods occurs. Actually, it feels like we are unpacking boxes from the moment we open until the second we lock the door at 6. A spin around the floor yesterday had me grinning from ear to ear as it is so fun to see the pieces of the puzzle come together. Here are a dozen things to excite & delight.
Bone picks/skewers, where do I even begin on this one they are so good. Come presented in a little bone cup. Amazingly beautiful and functional. Any martini would be lucky to hold one of these puppies.
Little horn bowls that would look great holding just about anything. Jewelry or salt are the 2 things that first come to mind.
Fatwood has been a go-to gift for us to give for many years. Just 2 of these little sticks need to be used as kindling to start a fire. We always have a bucket of these around.
Faux bamboo handled spreaders make a nice little tie-on to a gift of a bottle of olive oil or balsamic or a piece of cheese.
Found these lovely colorful cotton blankets at the show in August. So good.
A new Paris book is always a welcome addition to our French section.
New Molton Brown from London packaging.
Don’t ask me why we have not carried this classic sooner. I think every kitchen could benefit from this beyond amazing cookbook.
We carry very few mugs, as they have to be just right. This one is.
A graphic new Sid Dickens tile. His last release of new images was one of his best.
French tapers in muted tones. Ooh la la.
This new Kinfolk cookbook is destined to become a classic. It is extraordinary.