We are thrilled to announce that we are offering handcrafted spice racks from Little Bear Woodshop. Proudly display your collection of vegetable powders in a neat, organized, and compact way. Made from solid walnut, the rack can hold our complete set of vegetable powder jars. The top rack holds 9 small jars; the middle and bottom racks hold 6 of our large jars each.
Our spice rack is built to last for generations and is sure to become a cherished family heirloom. Nic carefully hand crafts each rack from solid North American Black Walnut, using time honored carpentry techniques. Walnut wood is a comparatively rare and expensive hardwood (only 1% of all US hardwood growing stock is Walnut) and offers superior durability, a beautiful grain and is also highly water resistant (holds up well against warping due to moisture). We are truly honored to offer this beautiful piece to our customers. You won't find a lower price for a spice rack of this quality!
* Please note that for all spice rack orders, there will be a lip on the front and back of the rack shelves to ensure the jars remain secure and in place.
The racks can be placed on a counter or hung on the wall; the racks ship with mounting hardware included.
Just under 18 inches tall X 22 inches wide.
Depth: 3 inches.
Little Bear Woodshop was founded in August of 2019 by Nicholas Boydston in Oak Grove, OR. Having grown up with a father who was a carpenter/woodworker, woodworking was always something Nicholas was familiar with, but it wasn't until shortly after the birth of his first daughter (affectionately nicknamed "Little Bear") in March of 2019 that he decided it was time to turn it into a career.
After transforming his severely neglected and cluttered garage into a fully functional wood shop, Nicholas bought 3 pieces of hardwood. With those 3 pieces of wood, he made 4 cutting boards. He sold them, and used that profit to buy enough wood to make 8 more boards. Fast forward a year and a half, and he now stocks over 160 products in his online store, is the business editor for The Beartarian Times newspaper, and he says he's just getting started with a revamped website and store coming soon and many new products in the works.
Every single item he sells is made by hand and one of a kind. Using an assortment of domestic hardwoods like Walnut, New England Hard Maple, Curly Maple, North American Cherry, as well as stunning exotic hardwoods like African Padauk, Wenge, and Sapele, South American Purpleheart, Bloodwood, Yellowheart, and even Olivewood straight from Bethlehem, every item shipped from Little Bear Woodshop is truly stunning and made with a genuine love for the craft.
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