Designed to complement their line of gardening tools, these gloves from Field Good will stand up to any task in the garden with style. Available in either gold or silver, they feature an oversized cuff and stretch to accommodate many hand sizes. Smartphone compatible.
About Field Good
Forged in Niigata at the foot of Mt. Sumon along the fertile banks of the Shinano River, Field Good makes tools that honor the land while aiding the gardener. Niigata prefecture (and the city of Tsubame in particular) has a rich metalworking history and produces some of the finest metal tools in the world.
Materials: Polyester, Cupro, Cotton
Dimensions: 11.02” L x 5.51” W
Care: Shake out between uses and keep dry. Handwash when needed.
A delightful box of small paperclips to keep important notes and papers close by. The non-skid finish and triangle shape of these clips helps to keep papers in neat stacks, and adds a touch of polish to your office desk.
Packed by weight - Approximately 70 paper clips per package
Materials: brass plated nickel
Dimensions: Long - Length: 1¼"
Short - Length: ¾"
Made to commemorate the opening of our Philadelphia concept store, this set of matte black pencils are now available online to celebrate our one year store anniversary. With our address (1216 Walnut Street) printed in bright white numbers and a premium black eraser, we hope these pencils inspire you to bring your own ideas to life.
Set of 3 HB pencilsMaterials: wood, graphite
Kampai! Toast to new beginnings with this traditional masu sake cup, made especially for us to commemorate our store opening. An essential part of Japanese wedding and holiday toasts, masu cups are used to drink and serve sake during special occasions. This square cup is made from fragrant hinoki wood that complements cask-brewed sake. Breathe in its subtle cypress-like scent as you toast to good friends and auspicious beginnings.
Learn how to drink from a masu cup (it’s not how you think) on our Journal.
Materials: Hinoki Cypress Wood
Dimensions: Height: 3” Width: 3”
Care: Wash thoroughly with water. Avoid using soap, as it can strip the natural properties of hinoki wood.
Absorbent and eco-friendly, this adorable children’s handkerchief helps build healthy habits from an early age. In Japan handkerchiefs are a daily staple, used year-long to wipe away sweat in hot temperatures and soothe sensitive noses during allergy season. Made of 100% Japanese cotton, the Haikara Handkerchief features soft terry pile on the back that absorbs moisture and soothes dry, sensitive skin in all seasons. This little handkerchief comes especially handy during lunchtime spillages or daily messes, folding down flat to fit into small pockets and school backpacks.
Materials: 100% cotton
Dimensions: Height: 9.8" Width: 9.8"
Care: Machine-wash with cold water and mild detergent. Avoid using bleach or fabric softeners. Hand or tumble-dry on low.