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May 11, 2015

Pie Server

When Emily Brock couldn’t find the kitchen utensils she liked for preparing and servicing food, she bought a band saw and carving tools and made her own — first for herself, then her new business.

The company: Based in Nashville, Board & Bread is a woodworking studio that crafts functional and sculptural objects for the kitchen and home.

The founder: Brock, 26, grew up in a family of woodworkers. A great grandfather was a staircase maker. Her father, Charles Brock, creates sculptured furniture. After graduating from UGA, Brock worked in graphic design, but soon decided to mesh her passion for cooking and sharing food with a desire to create functional, hand-crafted items.

The main goods: Kitchen essentials, including spoons, rolling pins, cutting and serving boards, bowls, knives and spatulas from hardwoods such as walnut and maple. ($30 to $175).

Known for: The wooden pie server. Each server is asymmetrical in shape and individually made. ($80-$85)

Other favorites: Pendant lighting. The lights ($250 and up) have a turned walnut shade and vintage-style hardware in varying finishes.

Where to buy: www.boardandbread.com

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