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DESIGNED FOR THE ART OF FOOD

HANDCRAFTED

Designed + hand made in our home workshop. Each piece is unique.

ERGONOMIC

Practical in shape and use. Organic in form, tactile and a pleasure to hold and use.

LONG-LASTING

Woods are chosen for their durability, beauty, & strength. To create pieces that will be used & loved for a long time.

LOCALLY SOURCED

Crafted from ethically sourced, salvaged NZ native + NZ grown exotic timbers, with interesting histories.

ENJOY EVERYDAY TACTILE, PRACTICAL USE.

FIND A UNIQUE GIFT, BUILD A COLLECTION OF YOUR OWN

Tools for

TheChef

Get inspired to cook and create. With rolling pins, ladles, spatulas,

spoons, knives, and more. We have a wide range of wooden implements and

wares to choose from, for your kitchen.

Perfect for the

entertainer

From one-of-a-kind bowls to feature timber boards and serving platters. Our serving wares will make beautiful additions to your home. 

EVERY PIECE
HAS A STORY

“Honouring these magnificent old trees and their place

in the history of Aotearoa/ New Zealand,  is at the heart of what we do.

Testimonials

  • I bought a serving platter as a gift. When I saw the quality and workmanship I had to order myself one as well.

    Mike Saxon
  • There are tools and there are tools. Some do the job and when used you put them away and don’t think about them anymore. And then there those, which just feel right and are a joy to use. Tools from Kitchen Artefacts definitely belong to the latter. Every kitchen tool we got from them really is an artefact with an inbuilt “feel-good factor”. They are perfect for the job and beautiful - actually too beautiful for being stored away in a drawer; you should display them in your kitchen.

    Peter and Angelika Poeschl
  • For somebody who loves wood and with a wife who is passionate about cooking I'm just rapt about finding these NZ made native timber kitchen utensils.

    They’re not big and chunky like most of the mass-produced stuff out there. These are fine and perfect for actually doing what they're meant to.

    5 out of 5

    The happy husband