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I forgot to share this teak tray that I picked up when we were in Montana. It’s labeled Anri Form Italy on the bottom, which might sound familiar. My dad’s chess set is also made by Anri, though I didn’t realize they were both from the same maker until after we returned home. 

Anri seems to be primarily a wooden figurine company now, but I have seen several beautiful mid century bowls, trays, and ceramic/wood pieces that I’d love to stumble upon. This collection is my favorite:

The tray is the perfect size for a loaf of bread, and looks even better with a 49¢ thrifted tea towel. It’s always fun to add a little pattern and color to the dinner table. 

[ VACATION FIND ]

I forgot to share this teak tray that I picked up when we were in Montana. It’s labeled Anri Form Italy on the bottom, which might sound familiar. My dad’s chess set is also made by Anri, though I didn’t realize they were both from the same maker until after we returned home. 

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Anri seems to be primarily a wooden figurine company now, but I have seen several beautiful mid century bowls, trays, and ceramic/wood pieces that I’d love to stumble upon. This collection is my favorite:

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The tray is the perfect size for a loaf of bread, and looks even better with a 49¢ thrifted tea towel. It’s always fun to add a little pattern and color to the dinner table. 

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