New For the Holidays
This year, we have paired three simple objects from East Fork - a mug, a salt cellar, and an incense burner - with objects from some of our favorite makers and purveyors whose work and products we use every day. From handwoven, naturally dyed textiles from our Madison County neighbor A Little Weather to our favorite incense, made from wild Western herbs, our three East Fork Gift Boxes should take care of almost everyone on your list.
Each set is shipped ready to gift: wrapped in a simple brown box, tied with twine, and includes little notes to describe their contents.
Introducing East Fork Stationery
For our first collection of two dimensional work, John Vigeland brought his slip-trailed decoration to paper. We distilled four designs to their essential components and had them letter pressed locally on a beautiful, warm cream paper. Each pack comes with four different cards and envelopes.
East Fork, founded in 2010 by Alexander Matisse, sits at the end of a valley, between steep green mountains, near Asheville, North Carolina.
Our objects are made entirely by hand, from North Carolina clay, in a dirt-floored workshop that smells of wood-smoke and pine. We value old-world craftsmanship and an aesthetic quality unconstrained by time and place.