11″ plate turned from a solid block of domestic hardwood by specialized craftspeople in the heart of Amish woodworking country using a technique that fuses traditional craft and highly-innovative modern processes. Wood is finished with a natural oil/wax finish.
Kalon Tableware was created to integrate contemporary tableware design with the organic quality of traditional American woodcraft. The elegantly utilitarian collection is made from sustainably harvested Maple (Natural or Roasted) and includes plates, bowls, cups and versatile serving vessels. With subtle design and uncompromising quality, the collection is perfect for special occasions and daily use. Kalon collections are built by small teams of master craftsmen in the United States using a mix of traditional and highly technological methods and a 360 degree approach to sustainability.
Production for this item is currently suspended. Existing inventory is listed on the website. Out of stock items are available on backorder. Production will resume as soon as ‘Shelter in Place’ orders have been lifted. Production will be scheduled in the order received.
Maple is a domestic hardwood revered for its closed grain structure and durability. Harvested from sustainably managed natural forests, it has excellent environmental credentials. Roasted maple has gone through a non-chemical kiln drying process where the wood is exposed to high heat that turns the wood chocolate in color. This high heat produces a naturally durable wood that is permanently resistant to water, warping, fungus and decay. Long prized by Luthiers for stringed instruments, we found its particular properties to be ideal for our tableware. Both options are finished with natural oils and waxes.
Made in Amish country
• Available in Natural or Roasted Maple.
• Finished with a natural oil/wax finish.
• No toxins/No chemical treatments/No EDCs
We recommend hand washing with a mild dish soap and drying with a dish cloth. To maintain luster, pieces should be oiled as needed with food safe mineral oil. Pieces should not be submerged or soaked in water as this will cause the wood to warp over time.