Ceramic knives are the sharpest and when it comes to cooking, there’s almost nothing as clean as the naturally germ-rejecting properties of super-strong ceramic. But these knives from Edge Of Belgravia aren’t just made of the good stuff, they also feature award-winning design with soft-touch handles and distinctive blade styling. Source
A clean, minimalist design rendered in metal and concrete, the Manhattan Cabinet, from designer Cornelia Norgren, offers stylish storage for any room in your home. Shelves are fully adjustable and come in a variety of colors.
Made from laser-cut natural birch wood, this chess set is fully collapsible. Each game piece can be popped apart for flat storage in the chessboard itself, making it perfect for travel. Available in 5 custom colors.
Try as you may, it’s impossible to get homemade pizza to come out of your oven as bubbly, crisp, and chewy as a real woodfired pizza oven does. Enter the Uuni, a compact woodfired mini-oven for making your own gourmet woodfired pies at home. Once you prep the Uuni, it’ll reach temps of up to 800º, cooking your pizzas to perfection in just 3-4 minutes. Shipping this summer. Source
Where you hang these high-quality archival gicleé prints of your favorite Star Wars vehicles is up to you. Created by sci-fi artist Berg for Editions of 100, these limited edition prints, on heavyweight 230gsm, size A2 paper are hand-signed by the artist and when they’re gone, they’re gone.
If you were playing Go Fish, that’d be one thing but high stakes games of 5-card stud or tournament poker play require a deck worthy of the money being won & lost at the table. These luxury artisan playing cards feature elegant gold foil hot stamped onto ultra-luxe black paper derived from sustainable forests.
These colorful art prints of legendary sports stadiums are an easy way to reclaim some wall space in your home outside of your man cave. Since there are no bikini babes, beer logos, or dudes in uniforms on them, your lady may allow one or two in the common area.
This lamp is not just some anonymous piece of lighting hardware. It’s Japanese and was born in the 70s. Saved from the salvage yard by the craftsmen at Classified Moto, this old camshaft has been re-purposed & transformed back into a useful piece of machinery.
It’s only a matter of time before one of your friends makes another one of your friends take a swig of this. Won’t that be funny?