Impress your guests with this recycled glass slate cheese board by Corrine Hunt. Great for appetizers or post-dinner snack.
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- Taste of the Okanagan Vegetarian Antipasto 250ml
- Castello Cheese 125g
- Gone Crackers Crackers 142g
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- Crab Pate 100g tin
- Raincoast Crisps 150g
- Recycled Glass Slate Rectangle Cheese Board by Corrine Hunt 7”x5”
- Forged Stainless Steel Pewter Eagle Cheese Knife 8" long
About the Product
Recycled Glass Slate Rectangle Cheese Board by Corrine Hunt: 7”x5” Rectangle Cheese Board with Chilkat design. Made in Canada from recycled glass in a slate colored finish.
Eagle Cheese or Steak Knife: Forged s/s blade with intricately carved handle made of fine, lead free pewter. 8 inches long. This intricately carved Eagle handle is made of fine, lead free pewter. The blade is a forged stainless steel and can be sharpened for many years of quality use. Beautifully balanced, this knife is perfect for your cheese or purchases a set as steak knives. The Eagle is generally seen as a symbol of power of knowledge, prestige, friendship and peace. The Eagle is one of the two main Haida crests, the other being the Raven. This perfectly balanced knife is a pleasure to use and a wonderful gifting item. Pewter does not tarnish like silver. Wash by hand with mild soap and water. Never place in dishwasher as the detergents are to corrosive for this fine metal.
About the Artist:
Born in Alert Bay British Columbia in 1959 Corrine Hunt has been producing contemporary art that reflects the themes and traditions of her First Nations Kwakiutl and Tlingit heritage for more than 22 years. "I want to show how both the First Nations people and the art have evolved", she explains. Corrine has mentored First Nations and other artists and continues to be a strong and vocal supporter of the arts in British Columbia. into contemporary styling is distinct and her artwork is found in art collections and museums worldwide. An international multi-award winner, she is recognized for her contribution to First Nations contemporary art.