A collection of textiles, furniture and wares, apparel and provisions for urban adventurers at home in the wilderness.
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While the jerrycan was originally designed in 1930s Germany, the U.S. developed a more light-weight jerrycan for use in supplying fuel and petroleum to its troops and allies. President Roosevelt once said, “Without these cans, it would have been impossible for our armies to cut their way across France at a lightning pace which exceeded the German Blitzkrieg of 1940.”
Brawl Shave Soap makes for an easy, effective shave at home or on the road. Its tin has a wide mouth so it may be used as its own lather bowl. It rinses clean quickly and can be immediately stored. Includes and contains olive oil, coconut oil, safflower oil, glycerine (kosher of vegetable origins), sodium hydroxide, and soybean protein along with wheat protein with natural mica clay.
Handcrafted from salvaged wood, these tree branch tealight stands are one-of-a-kind. Invite nature’s beauty into your home with this woodland-inspired decor. Due to the handcrafted nature of this piece, each piece may have subtle differences. Handmade in Missouri.
This Selenite Tealight Votive is cut from selenite, a semiprecious mineral whose name derives from Moonstone. This votive has the solidity of artisan-crafted decor and a soft, translucent glow with a burning tealight inside.
Vintage tin ceiling tiles. My first Brooklyn apartment in a building constructed in the 1860s had a white painted tin ceiling. Sometimes, you’re lucky enough to see them in a shining argent in all their glory. These tiles are the craftsmanship of an earlier time. Use them as a backdrop on a potting bench or hang them as wall art in your home or apartment.