Sale ends 1/22/17. Excludes select manufacturers.
Min. purchase $299.
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We love our new cheese grater and so does everyone who sees it. We have to hide it from our sons when they come over...great buy! Highly recommend!Read More
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The Enrico Products collection began with a decades old hard cheese grater design borrowed from the grandfather on the co-founder and has naturally been extended to other types of home décor and kitchenware since then. New ideas are prototyped by hand in the Enrico workshops, tested in the real world, and refined to meet the standards of their customers in order to keep new and exciting products out in the market. Initial products were made from Rosewood and Bubinga but once they started production on a larger scale they switched to Bamboo, a more environmentally friendly material. Since then they have continued to run with this model of being eco-friendly and using sustainable materials. They continued this with their RootWorks collection which is handcrafted in the countryside of central China. While this collection is much different from their previous products it has become a strong force in the company. The stumps of fir trees are removed for replanting and then cleaned and carved into bowls and platters or turned into urns and vases. Each of the RootWorks items are one-of-a-kind. Enrico Products' line has continued to expand over the years adding new collections which all still use reclaimed or renewable raw materials and fit naturally into the eco-friendly and sustainable model they have built. They have coined the term "eco-intelligent" which pertains to products that incorporate conscientiously sourced materials in inventive ways to create truly unique products. Enrico is always seeking out the treasure troves of natural wonder, to specify new products blending the artistic with the utilitarian from their great array of materials, and to bring them to the market in cost-effective ways.