Ecohardwoods

Eco-Hardwoods

Utah, United States · 2103 Sales

Ecohardwoods

Eco-Hardwoods

Utah, United States 2103 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars
(809)

Announcement   All items are made from 100% recycled and reclaimed hardwoods
featured in Troy Paff photo essay:
http://blog.journeymanproject.net/

Announcement
Last updated on Jan 12, 2016

All items are made from 100% recycled and reclaimed hardwoods
featured in Troy Paff photo essay:
http://blog.journeymanproject.net/

David Wolfgram

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David Wolfgram

natural live egdes curly cotton wood table
US$1,400.00
natural live edges black walnut table
US$1,200.00
hand crafted black walnut chair
US$1,050.00
Reclaimed Local Hard Woods Coffee Table
US$625.00
Eco reclaimed CHERRY Coat Hook/Rack
US$65.00
Eco reclaimed BLACK WALNUT Coat Hook/Rack
US$65.00
HAND CARVED Beautiful PLUM Large Serving Spoon
US$50.00
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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(809)
Kathryn Bennett

Kathryn Bennett on Sep 22, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

This is an excellent product from a first class seller who delivers his product quickly. Thank you!

auryane

auryane on Sep 13, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

This is probably my favorite of the three boards. It's a good thickness to avoid warping, and just the right size for small cutting chores.

auryane

auryane on Sep 13, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

This little board is slightly curved upwards in the middle. That initially threw me for a loop, but it holds glasses and mugs just fine. It's quite sturdy and strong.

auryane

auryane on Sep 13, 2016

4 out of 5 stars

The paste smells wonderful and works well on both spoons and the board. It does have an orange tint, which makes me reluctant to use it on very light woods.

auryane

auryane on Sep 13, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

The rack itself is really well made--sturdy and polished. Unfortunately, I can only use half the holes with my current wood utensils, and am trying to figure out how to widen the other holes.

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About

Eco-Hardwoods, fine woodworking from 100% reclaimed and recycled hardwoods.

During a day where “we” as a society consume natural resources at such a rapid pace. Then cast aside or waste, in where some parts of the world would be deemed bountiful. I turn the remains of what thirst for expansion and “more“ leave behind into beautiful functional heirloom quality works of art. My hope is that the discarded trees in our community will live on in vibration and history as designed by my heart and hands.


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Last updated on February 3, 2011

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