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August 12, 2014

Icelandic Driftwood Knife Block


From the website:



Iceland has beautiful landscapes, and even more beautiful driftwood. In this serene Nordic country, locals often use driftwood for a variety of different purposes — furniture, fire wood, artwork, and more. The Driftwood Knife Block is made of real wood found off the shores of Iceland, which is then hand cut, sanded down, and topped with a protective varnish to ensure that the knife holder will stay in pristine condition for as long a time as necessary.

According to historical lore, the driftwood that ends up in Iceland often comes from the snowy region of Siberia. Siberian driftwood can travel up to 100 years before it is picked up by Icelandic locals.

Knife not included!

Wipe clean with a damp cloth only. Do not submerse in water or wash in dishwasher.

8.6" x 3.5" x 2.7".



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