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July 18, 2013
Herriot Grace, a father-daughter company, features an array of salvaged, chemical-free, hand carved, and hand turned wooden kitchen objects accompanied by a truly dreamlike food blog.
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When Nikole Herriott moved away from her home in Victoria, British Columbia, to Toronto, Ontario, her father Lance Herriott, began sending her care packages of his hand carved spoons. Nikole was inspired by her father’s work and suggested they open a store together, the result, Herriott Grace, is a work of the best kind of love. 

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Wooden spoon
Each spoon is hand carved by Lance and has a unique grip and purpose.
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maple wood knife
Maple Spread Knife, $100. Photo by Nikole Herriott
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cookie cutter kitchen

Cloud Cookie Cutter. A local tinsmith makes each cloud cutter and Lance hand turns the knobs, $24. Photo by Nikole Herriott

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porcelain bowls food
Nikole Herriott also keeps a gorgeous food blog, often highlighting her favorite pieces from the shop and decadent recipes. Photo by Michael Graydon and Nikole Herriott
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heriott-grace-cheese-board-wood

When Nikole Herriott moved away from her home in Victoria, British Columbia, to Toronto, Ontario, her father Lance Herriott, began sending her care packages of his hand carved spoons. Nikole was inspired by her father’s work and suggested they open a store together, the result, Herriott Grace, is a work of the best kind of love. 

See other woodworkers at Dwell, like Black Creek Mercantile & Trading Co

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