Premium accessory maker Craighill teamed up with sommelier André Hueston Mack to create the Best Wine Key. This precision-engineered tool opens bottles with smoothness and elegance. It features a stainless steel body and corkscrew, textured red PPE handle scales, and a folding serrated blade for removing foil. It’s also got a sturdy bottle opener built in.
Two of our favorite shops, Craighill and Art of Play have teamed up to create this perplexing puzzle. Its unique design allows it to be solved in two different ways. Option 1: arrange the eight aluminum pieces to fit inside a clear acrylic cube and set it on its stand. Option 2: fit the same pieces inside the cube, but this time, fit the stand in there as well.
This 2″ cast iron desktop object offers an elegant and practical place to store and strike matches. Its shape is reminiscent of a giant match head and has a deep knurled pattern on its outside, providing the friction needed to start strike anywhere matches. (Matches not included.)
We love the smooth looks of Craighill’s latest writing instrument. Its all-metal body features an undulating ripple pattern with gradually larger waves as you move from its tip to its tail. There’s a reassuring clicker mechanism and it takes off-the-shelf Schmidt 635 refills. Comes in brass, stainless steel, or PVD black stainless.
Accessory maker Craighill presents an elegant home for jewelry, coins, pills, or other small items you want to keep from getting lost. The Press Vessel is made from anodized aluminum, and its lid has a silicone o-ring for an airtight fit. Available in silver or black finishes. Measures appx. 2.5″ in diameter and 2″ tall.
If you’re like us, we need to take our glasses off to work on the computer screen. You could leave your eyeglasses on the desk to get scratched up, or you could place them on one of Craighill’s handsome metal eyewear stands. They hold any kind of glasses and come in cast brass or stainless steel.
The accessory design experts at Craighill present their first folding knife. The Rook is a minimal pocket knife made entirely from metal. It has an SV35N steel drop-point blade, a one-handed flipper mechanism, and a frame lock. Available in stainless or tri-color with half-brass/half-stainless handles and a black PVD-coated blade.
Craighill’s latest desktop object is a beautiful and tricky stainless steel puzzle. It’s comprised of four identical pieces which come together to form a rounded-corner pyramid. Expect to be just as challenged disassembling as assembling its parts. It’s also available in a Vapor Black PVD matte finish.
Desktop accessory maker Craighill’s stainless steel puzzle forms a complete sphere when assembled, but figuring out how to put its three components together is harder than it looks. It measures the same diameter as a pool ball, but weighs a hefty 1 lb, 12 oz. Pre-order price available for a limited time from Drop.
This minimal brass utility knife features a design inspired by Japanese kiridashi blades. It’s perfect for opening packaging, letters, or scoring materials. Cut from a solid brass rod, it measures 5.25″ long, and weighs 4.5 oz. A concrete plinth stand can be added for $35 extra. Available for a limited time from Drop.