Herriott Grace: Elegant Artisanal Kitchenware

Mar 4, 2014
Veronica Brandy

There is a rustic elegance to Herriott Grace pieces. Herriott Grace is an adorable story of father and daughter who live 2800 miles apart and use their talents to create and sell artisanal kitchenware.

When his beloved daughter made her home in Toronto, more than halfway across the country, Lance Herriott, a craftsman from British Columbia, began sending her packages with little spoons that he had carved. Nikole was inspired by her father’s work and later suggested they start an outlet together. The result of this meaningful relationship is Herriott Grace.

In five years the father and daughter duo grown a unique collection of beautifully hand crafted goods, from wooden spoons and rolling pins, to cake stands and bowls. None are the same and the slight imperfections are now part of the brand’s signature. They’ve also introduced exclusive lines of copper and porcelain dishware, run in small quantities. To get a sense of their work check their shop and Pinterest board.

Here are our favorite picks for now:

1. Market tote – $CAD 20.00
2. Rock maple bowl – $CAD 255.00
3. Everyday oval board – $CAD 175.00
4. Stoneware + porcelain creamer – $CAD 46.00
5. Handled rolling pin – $CAD 100.00

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