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The Ultimate Kitchen Shop

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A peek inside March, one of San Francisco's most exquisite shops for kitchenware and accessories.
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  We recently paid a visit to March, located on Sacramento Street in San Francisco. With its impeccably curated collections of tableware, custom commissioned pieces from American designers, and beautiful interiors, March may well be San Francisco's loveliest shop for kitchen and tableware. The space is anchored by an enormous vintage display cabinet that owner Sam Hamilton procured from a monastery in Ghent, Belgium, three years ago.
    We recently paid a visit to March, located on Sacramento Street in San Francisco. With its impeccably curated collections of tableware, custom commissioned pieces from American designers, and beautiful interiors, March may well be San Francisco's loveliest shop for kitchen and tableware. The space is anchored by an enormous vintage display cabinet that owner Sam Hamilton procured from a monastery in Ghent, Belgium, three years ago.
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  March's bespoke butcher block and Carrera work tables were created in collaboration with Matt Bear of Berkeley's Union Studio. The tables feature Farrow & Ball-painted legs and optional accessories, including black ash baskets and leather knife and cookbook sheaths. The walls showcase the work of Carrie Mae Smith, a still life painter who creates images of meat, and—installed more recently—still lifes inspired by 17th-century Old Master paintings by Paulette Tavormina (on display until June 1).
    March's bespoke butcher block and Carrera work tables were created in collaboration with Matt Bear of Berkeley's Union Studio. The tables feature Farrow & Ball-painted legs and optional accessories, including black ash baskets and leather knife and cookbook sheaths. The walls showcase the work of Carrie Mae Smith, a still life painter who creates images of meat, and—installed more recently—still lifes inspired by 17th-century Old Master paintings by Paulette Tavormina (on display until June 1).
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  Also among the goods on offer is pottery from Victoria Morris, a California native whose work is inspired by her surroundings as well as Scandinavian and Japanese aesthetics.
    Also among the goods on offer is pottery from Victoria Morris, a California native whose work is inspired by her surroundings as well as Scandinavian and Japanese aesthetics.
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  Morris also developed stoneware and porcelain canisters, bowls, and platters exclusively for March.
    Morris also developed stoneware and porcelain canisters, bowls, and platters exclusively for March.
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  The new March Pantry label includes jams, vinegars and spices, all beautifully packaged in jars and canisters you'd be happy to leave on your countertop.
    The new March Pantry label includes jams, vinegars and spices, all beautifully packaged in jars and canisters you'd be happy to leave on your countertop.
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  Master wood-carver Josh Vogel of Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co created these one-of-a-kind hand-carved wooden spoons exclusively for March. The shop also carries his bread boards.
    Master wood-carver Josh Vogel of Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co created these one-of-a-kind hand-carved wooden spoons exclusively for March. The shop also carries his bread boards.

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