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Peg And Awl Expands Kitchen Line With Reclaimed Wood

Tuesday December 3rd, 2013 - 12:23PM


Peg and Awl Reclaimed Wood Kitchenware

Peg and Awl has expanded its line of kitchen products with two new items made from reclaimed wood. Made in Philadelphia, the wood was reclaimed from scraps of local furniture makers and ranges from walnut, maple, oak and cedar.

The Lunch Palette and knife are made from reclaimed hickory and is intended for soft cheese, avocado and other spreadable treats, the company said. The board measures 5-inches by 7 3/4 inches and the knife, also made of hickory wood, measures 6.5-inches. The set has a suggested retail of $34.

Featuring chalkboard paint, a chalk pencil and reclaimed leather, the Chalkboard Pad is a wooden tablet that has been sanded smooth and finished with tung oil. The board features a hole in the top for handing or connecting to a tablet stand, which is sold separately. The tablet measures 8-inches by 3 1/2-inches by 1/2-inch and is reminiscent of an old schoolhouse slate, the company said. The suggested retail price is $50.