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New fall arrivals

New fall arrivals

Everything in our shop is specially selected with you and your family in mind.  A lot has changed this year, but this hasn't - we strive to bring you the best. Period.

We look for items that are the most useful, durable, versatile, easy to care for and, of course, beautiful! Our curated selection features many items that are manufactured in Europe and North America as well as several local brands - made here in or near Toronto. This fall, we're welcoming several new collections to the Cookery family. We hope you'll love the new additions as much as we do.

The Collective: Offering modern and timeless handcrafted kitchen accessories, they showcase the beauty of natural materials. From lustrous brass to handblown glass - each piece is a functional work of art.

Miya Omakase: Omakase (O-ma-ka-say) means, "It's up to you," a perfect phrase to reflect these pieces as blank canvases for culinary creativity. This lovely white porcelain dinnerware is the ideal blend of simplicity, beauty and affordability - we just love how they look and feel! Fear not - they're microwave and dishwasher friendly!

Miya Asanoha: Asanoha is a traditional pattern that is often used as a motif for paper, textile and ceramic ware. Asanoha means "hemp leaf." Overlapping hemp leaves are the inspiration behind this beautiful, geometric, iconic pattern. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Made in Japan.

Yamazaki: Based in Brooklyn NY, this brand began over 100 years ago as a small, family-run ironing board manufacturer.  Now, they focus on home organization and all their products are smart and simple. We love these new kitchen items - dish drainers, drying racks and more. They're making doing the dishes a bit more beautiful.

 

Please take care & stay well,

Alison & the team at Cookery

 

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