The Prime Source For a Well-Crafted Kitchen

Peter Dolkas
When Nikole Herriott moved to Toronto, Ontario, her father Lance began to send care packages from Victoria, British Columbia, more than two thousand miles away. The care packages were like no others, as Lance would often include handmade spoons and kitchenware made from fine pieces of wood he'd saved since the 1970s. Nikole loved them. She also knew others would as well. And so, after some convincing Lance, the two began Herriott Grace. Three years later, the small shop has grown to sell a wide array of hand-carved wooden items, porcelain dishware, kitchen linens, and one-of-a-kind finds. All items are prime for any chef, baker, or host looking to spend quality time in the kitchen with items they love. To this day, Lance continues to fill packages with his hand-crafted items, and Nikole creates styled photographs as beautiful as the products themselves. February2014Update_February2014Update_05990019

Stoneware + Porcelain Salt Bowl, $42


Delicate Copper Plate - Thin, $42


Detailed Rolling Pin, $125


Small Porcelain Dish, $16


Porcelain Cake Pedestal, $82


Feather Cookie Cutter, $25


Pommery Mustard with Cognac, $18


Porcelain Table Lantern, $35

Shop the full collection at Herriott Grace.

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