Santoku with burnt Chardonnay vine handle

Santoku with burnt Chardonnay vine handle

Posted by Steven Tuckey on

One of our spectacular handles that is available in limited quantities. This is Chardonnay vine from Lenswood that has been reclaimed after the 2019 Adelaide Hills bushfires. If you are intrigued about the story behind these handles, have a read of our article "Beauty emerges from the ashes".

We are great lovers of finding interesting wood types, but sometimes the most amazing wood is in its story, rather than its origins. Breathing life back in to wood that has been damaged is a pleasure. Seeing the subtle black 'smoke' rings around the edges of the vines tells a story about the journey this piece of wood has been through. From seedling to grapevine, through devastation and ultimately distilled in time inside a stunning handle.

 

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