HammeredNailed

Hammered & Nailed - Vintage Inspired Woodwork & Barware

Columbus, Ohio · 77 Sales

HammeredNailed

Hammered & Nailed - Vintage Inspired Woodwork & Barware

Columbus, Ohio 77 Sales On Etsy since 2014

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Announcement   Hammered & Nailed produces quality, handmade wooden bar-ware, games and furniture; working out of historic Victorian Village, in Columbus, Ohio. Unique designs are paired with vintage entertaining bar-ware, ephemera and decor from the past.

My personal design favors contemporary twists on mid-century style. While every piece offers its own charm and feel, combinations of materials and contrasting grain and color combinations add a modern feel to classic design.

www.HammeredNailed.com

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Last updated on Mar 23, 2016

Hammered & Nailed produces quality, handmade wooden bar-ware, games and furniture; working out of historic Victorian Village, in Columbus, Ohio. Unique designs are paired with vintage entertaining bar-ware, ephemera and decor from the past.

My personal design favors contemporary twists on mid-century style. While every piece offers its own charm and feel, combinations of materials and contrasting grain and color combinations add a modern feel to classic design.

www.HammeredNailed.com

Pete Schupska

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Pete Schupska

Cherry wood votive candle holder with glass
$9.00
Lift Lid Pagoda Box in Mulberry and Maple
$20.00

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Vintage Inspired Woodwork and Barware

Hammered & Nailed produces quality, handmade wooden bar-ware, games and furniture; working out of historic Victorian Village, in Columbus, Ohio. Unique designs are paired with vintage entertaining bar-ware, ephemera and decor from the past.

My personal design favors contemporary twists on mid-century style. While every piece offers its own charm and feel, combinations of materials and contrasting grain and color combinations add a modern feel to classic design.

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Shop members

  • Pete Schupska

    Owner, Designer, Chief Noise Maker

    An engineer by training and a tinkerer by passion, I've been making things by my own hands my entire life. This shop is brings products of my own design, paired with entertaining relics from the past, to market; and hopefully spread some cheer!

Shop policies

Last updated on January 23, 2014
“He who works with his hands is a laborer.
He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman.
He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist.”

― St. Francis of Assisi

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I accept credit cards through direct checkout.
Should you like to use another form, let me know.
Shipping
I'll ship USPS or FedEx, whichever happens to be cheaper - Now shipping anywhere!

Local? Send me a message and we can workout a face-to-face delivery.
Refunds and Exchanges
If an item breaks during shipping; please photograph the packaging and item and let me know - I will do my best replace it for you. If it is a unique item,a refund or alternative will be discussed. I will not replace items or refund money if an item breaks or is damaged due to improper use or care. You may return an unused item for a refund of the purchase price only, shipping will not be refunded. You pay the return shipping.
Additional policies and FAQs
Food-use products such as cutting boards require special care:
1. Do not soak or submerge in water.
2. Use a mild soap and water to wipe and then rinse.
3. Allow to dry on its side, not flat.

If the finish dulls apply a coat of mineral oil, allow to penetrate the wood, and wipe the excess off. Instructions will be included with your order. For best longevity, I use the back-side of cutting boards for cutting, and the top side for serving. It keeps knife marks and scratches out of sight.