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HG Originals

  • HG Blackened Paddle Board, 4x16in
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    Made in Ontario for Hopson Grace, these maple boards have undergone a natural blackening process, meaning the wood has actually been turned black. Unlike a stain that sits on the surface, this board will keep its colour over time, becoming richer as natural food oils come into contact with the surface. Ideal for serving cheese, charcuterie or bread.

    CARE: wipe clean, stand to dry and maintain regularly with board cream or oil. 

    Food Safe

    4" x 16" L (10 x 40 cm) • ITEM HG-BLK-4x16in

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  • HG Blackened Paddle Board, 8x16in
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    Made in Ontario for Hopson Grace, these maple boards have undergone a natural blackening process, meaning the wood has actually been turned black. Unlike a stain that sits on the surface, this board will keep its colour over time, becoming richer as natural food oils come into contact with the surface. Ideal for serving cheese, charcuterie or bread.

    CARE: wipe clean, stand to dry and maintain regularly with board cream or oil. 

    Food Safe

    8" x 16" L (20 x 40 cm) • ITEM HG-BLK-8x16in

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  • Hopson Grace Canada 150 Story Tile, Far and Wide 10x10cm
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    In honour of Canada's 150th, Hopson Grace commissioned artist Marga Van Oers to create an exclusive collection of her Story Tiles, each representing a distinct image of Canada.  This special series contains four designs. Each tile was named and inspired by our National Anthem.  The 10x10cm tile can be hung or used as a coaster, and the 20x20cm tile can be hung or used as a trivet or decorative object. 

     

    ABOUT THIS TILE: Can't decide on which Canadian city to travel to next? These little travellers are excited to travel far and wide to uncover the vast beauty of our land. Each signpost represents a city in each of Canada's provinces and territories, an example of the many incredible places to visit across Canada. 

    Contact us at info@hopsongrace.com  to order your tile.

    10x10 cm | 4"x4" • FAR-WIDE-10

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  • Hopson Grace Canada 150 Story Tile, Far and Wide 20x20cm
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    In honour of Canada's 150th, Hopson Grace commissioned artist Marga Van Oers to create an exclusive collection of her Story Tiles, each representing a distinct image of Canada.  This special series contains four designs. Each tile was named and inspired by our National Anthem.  The 10x10cm tile can be hung or used as a coaster, and the 20x20cm tile can be hung or used as a trivet or decorative object.  

    ABOUT THIS TILE: Can't decide on which Canadian city to travel to next? These little travellers are excited to travel far and wide to uncover the vast beauty of our land. Each signpost represents a city in each of Canada's provinces and territories, an example of the many incredible places to visit across Canada. 

    Contact us at info@hopsongrace.com  to order your tile.

    20x20 cm | 7.8x7.8" • FAR-WIDE-20
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  • Hopson Grace Canada 150 Story Tile, Home and Native Land 10x10cm
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    In honour of Canada's 150th, Hopson Grace commissioned artist Marga Van Oers to create an exclusive collection of her Story Tiles, each representing a distinct image of Canada.  This special series contains four designs. Each tile was named and inspired by our National Anthem.  The 10x10cm tile can be hung or used as a coaster, and the 20x20cm tile can be hung or used as a trivet or decorative object.  

    ABOUT THIS TILE: The moose represents Canada's native wildlife, and is featured on the coat of arms of the provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador. A bronze statue of a moose can also be found in the public galleries of the Parliament's House of Commons. In this tile, a maple leaf is also featured, and is arguably the our most recognized symbol, and associated with our values of unity, tolerance, and peace.

    Contact us at info@hopsongrace.com  to order your tile.

    10x10 cm | 4x4" • HOM-NAT-LAND-10
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  • Hopson Grace Canada 150 Story Tile, Home and Native Land 20x20cm
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    In honour of Canada's 150th, Hopson Grace commissioned artist Marga Van Oers to create an exclusive collection of her Story Tiles, each representing a distinct image of Canada.  This special series contains four designs. Each tile was named and inspired by our National Anthem.  The 10x10cm tile can be hung or used as a coaster, and the 20x20cm tile can be hung or used as a trivet or decorative object.  

    ABOUT THIS TILE: The moose represents Canada's native wildlife, and is featured on the coat of arms of the provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador. A bronze statue of a moose can also be found in the public galleries of the Parliament's House of Commons. In this tile, a maple leaf is also featured, and is arguably the our most recognized symbol, and associated with our values of unity, tolerance, and peace.

    Contact us at info@hopsongrace.com  to order your tile.

    20x20 cm | 7.8x7.8" • HOM-NAT-LAND-20
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  • Hopson Grace Canada 150 Story Tile, Strong and Free 10x10cm
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    In honour of Canada's 150th, Hopson Grace commissioned artist Marga Van Oers to create an exclusive collection of her Story Tiles, each representing a distinct image of Canada.  This special series contains four designs. Each tile was named and inspired by our National Anthem.  The 10x10cm tile can be hung or used as a coaster, and the 20x20cm tile can be hung or used as a trivet or decorative object.  

    ABOUT THIS TILE: The loon is one of Canada's most beloved symbols. It can be found on our one dollar coin, the Loonie, and in every province and territory, nesting near forested bodies of water. It's haunting, lonely cry is a classic sound of cottage life. The loon is both strong and delicate as it rockets like a torpedo underwater and soars in the sky with its signature grace and elegance.

    Contact us at info@hopsongrace.com  to order your tile.

    10x10 cm | 4x4" • STR-FREE-10
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  • Hopson Grace Canada 150 Story Tile, Strong and Free 20x20cm
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    In honour of Canada's 150th, Hopson Grace commissioned artist Marga Van Oers to create an exclusive collection of her Story Tiles, each representing a distinct image of Canada.  This special series contains four designs. Each tile was named and inspired by our National Anthem.  The 10x10cm tile can be hung or used as a coaster, and the 20x20cm tile can be hung or used as a trivet or decorative object.  

    ABOUT THIS TILE: The loon is one of Canada's most beloved symbols. It can be found on our one dollar coin, the Loonie, and in every province and territory, nesting near forested bodies of water. It's haunting, lonely cry is a classic sound of cottage life. The loon is both strong and delicate as it rockets like a torpedo underwater and soars in the sky with its signature grace and elegance.

    Contact us at info@hopsongrace.com  to order your tile.

    20x20 cm | 7.8x7.8" • STR-FREE-20
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  • Hopson Grace Canada 150 Story Tile, True North 10x10cm
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    In honour of Canada's 150th, Hopson Grace commissioned artist Marga Van Oers to create an exclusive collection of her Story Tiles, each representing a distinct image of Canada.  This special series contains four designs. Each tile was named and inspired by our National Anthem.  The 10x10cm tile can be hung or used as a coaster, and the 20x20cm tile can be hung or used as a trivet or decorative object.  

    ABOUT THIS TILE: The combination of our Rocky Mountains and glacier-fed lakes is undeniably a marker of Canada. In this tile, the iconic canoe makes an appearance, given its historic significance in our country. Critical to almost every facet of life and created by our Aboriginal Peoples, the canoe is the ultimate expression of elegance and function.

    Contact us at info@hopsongrace.com  to order your tile.

    10x10 cm | 4x4" • TRU-NOR-10
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  • Hopson Grace Canada 150 Story Tile, True North 20x20cm
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    In honour of Canada's 150th, Hopson Grace commissioned artist Marga Van Oers to create an exclusive collection of her Story Tiles, each representing a distinct image of Canada.  This special series contains four designs. Each tile was named and inspired by our National Anthem.  The 10x10cm tile can be hung or used as a coaster, and the 20x20cm tile can be hung or used as a trivet or decorative object.  

    ABOUT THIS TILE: The combination of our Rocky Mountains and glacier-fed lakes is undeniably a marker of Canada. In this tile, the iconic canoe makes an appearance, given its historic significance in our country. Critical to almost every facet of life and created by our Aboriginal Peoples, the canoe is the ultimate expression of elegance and function.

    Contact us at info@hopsongrace.com  to order your tile.

    20x20 cm | 7.8x7.8" • TRU-NOR-20
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  • Hopson Grace Grade A Amber Maple Syrup, 500ml
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    Sucrerie Seguin Sugarbush collects sap from red and sugar maple trees in Ontario's French River region. Their syrup is made over wood burning fires, and is considered the best in the world, having been awarded the Gold Medal at the 2016 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.

    500ml • ITEM HG-MAPLE-SYRUPCooks' Tools

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  • Jim Lorriman
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    Born in Toronto in 1947, Jim Lorriman has pursued woodworking from a young age. For the past ten years he has been applying his skills full-time as a self-taught woodturner in his Mulmur Hills, Bits & Pieces Studio, near Mansfield, Ontario.

    Different kinds of woods pass through the door of Jim's studio - stair railings, window frames, siding, hockey sticks, old boat parts, lathing and dock cedar. He works his magic and this wood begins a new life as one of Jim's creations.

    8.5"H x 8.75" DIA • ITEM 1410001

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  • Jim Lorriman Antique Pine Box
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    Jim Lorriman Antique Pine Box

    $200.00

    Born in Toronto in 1947, Jim Lorriman has pursued woodworking from a young age. For the past ten years he has been applying his skills full-time as a self-taught woodturner in his Mulmur Hills, Bits & Pieces Studio, near Mansfield, Ontario.

    Different kinds of woods pass through the door of Jim's studio - stair railings, window frames, siding, hockey sticks, old boat parts, lathing and dock cedar. He works his magic and this wood begins a new life as one of Jim's creations.

    ITEM pinebox

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  • Jim Lorriman Bean Small Maple Bowl, 3.13x7.13x7.13in
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    Born in Toronto in 1947, Jim Lorriman has pursued woodworking from a young age. For the past ten years he has been applying his skills full-time as a self-taught woodturner in his Mulmur Hills, Bits & Pieces Studio, near Mansfield, Ontario.

    Different kinds of woods pass through the door of Jim's studio - stair railings, window frames, siding, hockey sticks, old boat parts, lathing and dock cedar. He works his magic and this wood begins a new life as one of Jim's creations.

    Care: Hand wash and dry immediately. Food Safe.

    3.13"H x 7.13" DIA • ITEM 1706005

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  • Jim Lorriman Garden Small Maple Bowl, 3.13x7.13x7.13in
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    Born in Toronto in 1947, Jim Lorriman has pursued woodworking from a young age. For the past ten years he has been applying his skills full-time as a self-taught woodturner in his Mulmur Hills, Bits & Pieces Studio, near Mansfield, Ontario.

    Different kinds of woods pass through the door of Jim's studio - stair railings, window frames, siding, hockey sticks, old boat parts, lathing and dock cedar. He works his magic and this wood begins a new life as one of Jim's creations.

    Care: Hand wash and dry immediately. Food Safe.

    3.13"H x 7.13" DIA • ITEM 1706004

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  • Jim Lorriman HITM
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    Born in Toronto in 1947, Jim Lorriman has pursued woodworking from a young age. For the past ten years he has been applying his skills full-time as a self-taught woodturner in his Mulmur Hills, Bits & Pieces Studio, near Mansfield, Ontario.

    Different kinds of woods pass through the door of Jim's studio - stair railings, window frames, siding, hockey sticks, old boat parts, lathing and dock cedar. He works his magic and this wood begins a new life as one of Jim's creations.

    "I had one piece of wood that would be suitable for the History in the Making project and in order to maximize the yield, I measured twice and cut once. Doing this I was able to get a platter blank that was considerably larger than double the width of the original piece.

    The wood is pine and quite soft so I had to turn and sand the piece carefully. The piece has now been signed and dated. I called it "A House on Jarvis Street"." - Jim Lorriman

    From the Northfield House series of Jim's, History In The Making, project.


    Approx. 14" DIA • ITEM 1408031

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  • Jim Lorriman Recycled Decks & Docks Wood Charger
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    Jim is a Canadian wood turner living in Murmur, Ontario He acquires old cedar decks and docks from Canadian cottage country, transforming them into beautiful chargers. What many consider firewood become a piece with deep, rich colours and natural edges that reflect the passage of time.

    Each of these chargers is unique... some have knot holes, some have nail holes, each is a functional piece of art with a personality of it's own and baring it's own name. The image provided here is similar to, but not an exact representation of the dock wood chargers currently in stock.

    Approx. 14" DIA • ITEM 2JL-DOCK-CHARG

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  • Jim Lorriman Sylvan Souls Spalted Maple Vase, 9x8in
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    Born in Toronto in 1947, Jim Lorriman has pursued woodworking from a young age. For the past ten years he has been applying his skills full-time as a self-taught woodturner in his Mulmur Hills, Bits & Pieces Studio, near Mansfield, Ontario.

    Different kinds of woods pass through the door of Jim's studio - stair railings, window frames, siding, hockey sticks, old boat parts, lathing and dock cedar. He works his magic and this wood begins a new life as one of Jim's creations.

    9"H x 8" DIA • ITEM 1304024

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  • Victor Moncarz Oval Live Edge Cherry Bowl
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    Dr. Victor Moncarz is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon practicing in Toronto. Vic’s passion for wood began when he was a young boy; he took up woodturning as a hobby fifteen years ago. Vic’s “Time to Turn Wood Studio is located at his cottage on Georgian Bay where he recycles wood from fallen trees for his creations.

    Care: Wipe bowl  with damp cloth and dry immediately

    Approx.13.5" L - ITEM VIC18

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  • Victor Moncarz Walnut Platter, 40cm
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    Victor Moncarz

    Victor Moncarz Walnut Platter, 40cm

    $450.00

    Dr. Victor Moncarz is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon practicing in Toronto. Vic’s passion for wood began when he was a young boy; he took up woodturning as a hobby fifteen years ago. Vic’s “Time to Turn Wood Studio is located at his cottage on Georgian Bay where he recycles wood from fallen trees for his creations.

    Care: Wipe bowl  with damp cloth and dry immediately

    Approx.18" Diameter

     

    ITEM VIC 11
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