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Au Naturel Kitchen Aids

Crafted from natural materials, these kitchen tools, gadgets and serving dishes make the perfect sous chefs



TANIJA SPOONS (above) by Jayson Home, hand-carved walnut, available in six shapes and sizes; $38-$48 each; jaysonhome.com.

 

DUTCH LEATHER OVEN MITTS by Dutch Deluxes, 100% full-grain leather, withstands temperatures up to 460 degrees Fahrenheit, available in five colors, $89 each; at food52.com.

 

FD CHEESE GRATER by Morihata, stainless steel, $32; at architectswife.com.

 

BANCA SERVING PLATES by Kenneth Cobonpue, ceramic and rattan, inspired by Filipino fishing boats, $70-$90; kennethcobonpue.com.

 

WOOD & MARBLE CATERING STAND by Studio McGee, available in two sizes, $118-$124; studio-mcgee.com.

 

SPHERE CUPS by De Jon & Co, black walnut, $38 each; at heathceramics.com

 

                              

COPPER AND HORN SERVERS by Twenty Two Home, copper knife and server with elk shed handles, $250 each; twentytwohome.com.   

 

GROOVE TRIVET by Hallgeir Homstvedt, raw marble, available in two sizes and three colors; $49-$69; at muuto.com.

 

GEO MARBLE ROLLING PIN by Anthropologie, marble and stainless steel, $68; anthropologie.com.

 

MARA MORTAR AND PESTLE by Hawkins New York, marble with copper base, $120; at persephonebakery.com.

 

SALT AND PEPPER GRINDER SET by CB2, walnut and marble, $49.95; cb2.com.  

 

SERVING BOARDS by Black Creek Mercantile, white oak (dark finish is result of natural reactive process), $175-$275 each; at urbainehome.com.

SEE ALSO:
A Home Cook's Must-Haves

6 Fabulous Kitchens
A Gift Guide for the Kitchen

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