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Sticks and Stones - Wiltshire have an ever increasing range of unique handmade items

PUBLISHED: 10:25 26 October 2011 | UPDATED: 20:11 20 February 2013

Sticks and Stones - Wiltshire have an ever increasing range of unique handmade items

Sticks and Stones - Wiltshire have an ever increasing range of unique handmade items

Come and browse in Marlborough, or have a latte and a cupcake at Cafe Bark in our Woodborough shop while you tackle that Christmas list

"Since 1999, Sticks and Stones have designed, created and sourced an ever-changing range of beautiful and well-designed products for the kitchen, dining room and home.


From that ever elusive salt spoon to giant salad bowls; our Royal-endorsed "Sunday Roast" carving boards; unusual cheeseboards, juniper butter knives, oak spatulas and spoons of all shapes and sizes; handmade knife blocks, Italian crockery, scented candles and glass storm lanterns, we have an ever increasing range of unique handmade items to bring that individual touch to your home; be it a chic London apartment or a rural countryside retreat.


Using a wide range of FSC certified British timbers and crafted locally in our small workshop in Wiltshire, one thing remains constant. We still have a driving passion to create and source things that are truly original in their appearance and functional in their design. Sympathetic to the material from which they come, always handmade and putting quality above quantity.


Come and browse in Marlborough, or have a latte and a cupcake at Cafe Bark in our Woodborough shop while you tackle that Christmas list."


Visit us at:


2 Thached Barn, Woodborough Garden Centre


Woodborough, Nr Pewsey


Wiltshire SN9 5PF


Tel: 01672 852268


Opening times: Tuesday - Saturday 10am 5pm& Sundays11am - 4pm


OR


Old Hughenden Yard


High Street, Marborough


Wiltshire SN8 1LT


Tel: 01672 512033


Opening times: Monday - Saturday 10am-5pm


www.uksticksandstones.com


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