Weft Open Shelves Large w' Peg Rail

Hand-made to order and usually ready for delivery in approximately 4-5 weeks. Delivery calculated at checkout.

Designed and hand-made by Pilgrim

Description: Created with our guiding tenets in mind, our Weft open shelf is restrained and useful, showcasing the unique hand-woven backs, creating character and depth, lifting the rich tones of the natural wood. Made to wear in, not out, over time taking on the patina of your personal history.

Each piece is individually hand-made with traditional strong jointing methods. The crafted aesthetic and practical purpose make it suitable for any room, to display and store any objects.

A version, with our take on the classic Shaker peg rail, is available here.

Our Weft collection can be made as bespoke pieces or with alterations, please enquire here.

Dimensions: width 85cm, depth 14.5cm, height 82cm

Materials and Finish: Prime Oak or home grown Ash, the laths are woven through Oak dowel. Sealed all over with natural Osmo Oil. 

Care: Gently wipe with a soft, dry cloth free from products. We recommend an Ostrich feather duster.

Close up Ash shelf with character grain and woven lattice wooden back

Hand-Woven Craft

Weft (from traditional fabric weavers parlance) references the hand-woven backs of the collection, conveying a crafted aesthetic.

Each piece is individually hand-woven, using laths made in our workshop. The gently opposing curves enhance the character, tones and warmth of the natural woods, with their appearance changing through the day as light moves through the room.

Reminiscent of time-honoured craft and a relevant contemporary piece.

Each and every piece is hand-made in our West Sussex workshop, always one person working on one piece. This approach means we are able to offer bespoke pieces and alterations. If you would like any alterations or to commission a unique piece, please enquire here.

A Cup-on-a-Board

We find joy in the purity of origin for the humble cupboard. An unassumingly simple, hand-hewn plank, termed in the middle ages, merging the words ‘cup’ and ‘board’. Quite literally a board for storing cups. Imagined and used by churches and, in time, adopted in homes, with the purity progressively dissolving, being replaced with ever more elaborate, decorated and carved interpretations.

Our Weft collection of ‘cupboards’ echos a simpler, purer, more honest time, creating a quiet contemporary beauty, celebrating the rich character and warmth of the wood.

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