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Hardwood tableware from Craster

25 September 2009 by
Hardwood tableware from Craster

From its inception in 1992 as a single joinery workshop in Cambridgeshire, Craster has evolved into an international brand and manufactures in the UK, the Czech Republic and the Far East.

Its range of luxury in-room and food and beverage products includes hardwood trays, walnut kettle sets and food presentation boards and clients can work with the team in the development of bespoke ranges of quality hardwood accessories. Recent commissions have included an oiled oak board with the capability to hold a slate inlay for bread presentation on one side and an etched hole on the other side to carry cruets and sauce pots.

Each Craster hardwood product is crafted from ethically-sourced hardwoods and then either oiled or finished with top-quality lacquers that enhance the character and beauty of the wood. The company ensures that all timber used is sourced from sustainable forests and is passionate about creating stylish, simple, durable products that emphasise the beauty of the underlying materials from which they are made.

To buy it, callCraster0845 467 0051

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