Kitchen & Bar

Kitchen and bar items in koa and other local hardwoods, handcrafted in Hawai’i, make the perfect gift for chefs, wine connoisseurs, new parents, graduates, and more.

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About Hawaiian Koa Wood

Acacia koa is a species of flowering tree that is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. Koa comes in a beautiful range of colors – from very light and deep red to dark chocolate brown – and figure (the ability of the grain in the wood to catch and reflect light), which ranges from plain and fancy to the more spectacular and rare curly and fiddleback. One of the state’s greatest natural resources and possibly the most expensive wood in the world, the koa items you see today are crafted from old cuts, windfall, or dead trees.

Fun fact: The word koa means “brave, bold, fearless, or warrior” in Hawai’ian, and the historically plentiful wood became known by this name because of its early use in canoes and weapons.

Koa Wood Cutting/Serving Board

Koa Cutting/Serving Board

Five Engraved Koa Coasters with different designs

Koa Coaster

Koa Salt and Pepper Shaker

Koa Salt and Pepper Shakers

Two types of Winestoppers with built-in corkscrew and with just cork

Wine Stopper

Wood Chopsticks on chopstick rest

Koa Chopstick Rest

Three wood chopsticks

Koa Chopsticks

Koa salt shaker and pepper mill set in wood holder

Koa Peppermill & Salt Shaker Set

Koa pepper mill in various designs

Koa Peppermill


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