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About Enrico Wood Products

Enrico Products traces its roots to Italy, where founder Jim Ratti’s grandfather Enrico constructed his first hard-cheese grater. When the elder Ratti moved to America, he brought along his passion for woodworking and respect for the time-honored tools of an Italian kitchen. Sharing those loves, the younger Ratti modernized his grandfather’s designs, first producing a line of graters and then expanding into all sorts of implements for casual dining. The pieces—all artisan-crafted from beautiful, often sustainable hardwoods—include bark-accented bowls and garlic and lemon presses handmade from salvaged Asian teak.

Past Sales Featuring Enrico Wood Products

Sale Ended July 24, 2011

Enrico Wood Products

With exposed bark, striated colors, and knots and grooves, these accessories celebrate the idiosyncratic beauty of wood. Made from woods like Chinese Fir or Acacia, the designs range from decorative platters and urns to practical tools, like lime squeezers, garlic presses, and cheese graters. Warm and natural, these pieces put a modern spin on the traditional Italian kitchen.

Sale Ended August 18, 2011

Nature-Inspired Style

Clean lines and fluid, nature-inspired colors and shapes mark this serene selection of furniture and accessories. Start with a focal piece, like The Phillips Collection’s freeform wooden dining table or root console. Add accessories, from Architec’s wavy mixing bowls to Aviva Stanoff’s silk-screened vases and votives with embossed metallic leaf motifs. To finish the look, lay down one of Anji Mountain’s rustic bamboo rugs.

Sale Ended July 07, 2012

Housewares Blowout

Whether you’re restocking or picking up something new, we’ve got a huge selection of essentials and that’ll make your kitchen look stylish and function better. These pieces will take you effortlessly through the summer entertaining season — and well beyond.

Sale Ended May 03, 2012

Handmade Home

If you love the artisan look — think handspun ceramics, woodgrain tables and funky, tribal rugs — then this sale’s for you. You’ll also find rustic rattan baskets, vintage ox-cart axels, and lovely bone accessories, all of which speak to an artfully handmade aesthetic.