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Ceramic and Driftwood Utensils from Coastal California

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Ceramic and Driftwood Utensils from Coastal California

Julie Carlson December 18, 2012

Surfer and inveterate beachcomber/paddlerboarder Linda Fahey lives in foggy Pacifica, just south of San Francisco; on her beach walks she collects driftwood, which she uses in her ceramic creations.

Above: The Driftwood Cheese Spreader/Knife is made from sanded, mineral-oil treated driftwood with a hand-shaped porcelain knife blade; $28 from LJF Ceramics on Etsy.

Above: The Porcelain Driftwood Spoon is $24 from LJF Ceramics on Etsy.

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