About the Artist: Deb and Rick Reis handcraft useful and beautiful artwork, mixing multiple natural materials to create unique gifts and decorations. The wood and rock are cut and polished from raw materials to retain their natural beauty. They also produce Nantucket style baskets made of reed or colored fishing line with handmade bases and handles. Deb and Rick Reis, of Reis Renditions, live and work at their crafts in Everett, Pennsylvania. They are members of the Cumberland Valley Craft Guild, the PA Guild of Craftsmen, and the Basket Weavers Guild of Bedford County.

Napkin Holder Bubinga

$29.00Price
  • Makore, bubinga, zebra. The design of these napkin holders uses standard-sized napkins to establish a taller-than-most holder to avoid droopy napkins. These wood holders are 5.75" wide, 6" tall, and 2.25" deep. For these napkin holders, there are multiple woods used in a stripe pattern that is very appealing. The woods give a variety of patterns that go from fairly normal to pretty exciting to accommodate a variety of tastes.

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