Wood and knives
Workshop Les Stylos de la Sorgue Woodturner in Le Thor (84)
It is in the magnificent setting of Lubéron that the vast majority of wood used in the workshop is harvested.
Having a pen in your pocket from the Stylos De La Sorgue workshop means having the pleasure of taking a piece of Provence with you but also the satisfaction of being able to use it on a daily basis ... Pascal Lefevre also makes lamps, bottle openers or decanter caps.
Cutlery in Bézouce (30)
Each of their hand-made knives is a tribute to mother nature, made from the noble materials offered by the Camargue, such as horn, olive wood and different wood species specific to our region. More than a knife, it is an elegant everyday companion, customizable and unique, combining robustness and sought-after aesthetics.
Craftsman on olive wood in Puyloubier (13)
Michel Bessière has been a craftsman sculptor for 20 years and works with olive wood with passion. Its range goes from tableware (mortars, cutlery, salt pots, cheese boards, salad bowls, etc.) to contemporary sculptures. A patent has been filed for its anti-drip which prevents olive oil from dripping onto the bottle.
Craftsman on stone in Aubagne (13)
Lover of nature, it was through contact with it and in order to stay in fusion with it, that the idea of working with and around stone came to her. Since 2007, she has studied and developed her own drilling techniques. She creates unique, durable, sober objects that adapt to any interior, while maintaining this link to this natural environment: spoons, pizza rollers, butter and cheese knives ...
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Craftsman on wood and cutler in Monieux (84)
Attentive to his environment, Lucas Poutout favors wood species from Mont-Ventoux to sculpt spoons, salad servers and knives with character. He also practices recycling good quality metals for a second life and making sculptures out of them. All their stories and memories are the starting point of its creation.