They say ‘wood warms you twice.’ For us, copper warms in many more ways and on many more occasions. Of course, it's obvious, the twice is when copper evenly distributes warmth when cooking, while adding beauty to a kitchen.But, we think copper has a depth that extends well beyond being the jewelry of the kitchen. It adds to the ambiance of any room. It dresses up a hearth when filled with logs, a solarium when a decorative watering can holds a place of pride, or a bedroom when a simple jug holds flowers from a garden. And don't forget copper's wonderful color among [...]
MEET ELIJAH Click these pages to read about us. (viewed best on a desktop) There are skills for which English craftsmen have been renowned for centuries. Crafting exquisite furniture is one of them. For almost 40 years, Elijah Slocum has honored that tradition, supplying furnishings built up to a standard of quality, not down to a price. Our team of Joiners and Cabinetry Guild experts crafts tomorrow's antiques in the English countryside.Should you need un-paralled quality, one of a kind furniture, call upon us.
It's time for jamming... with our Copper Jam Pans Nothing says Summer more than the fragrance and taste of just-picked fresh fruit. The first strawberry of the season, the sweetness of raspberries, lush, liquid cherries, the sour tang of the rhubarb... Ahh... Delicious now, but even more cherished in the dead of winter–when the taste of jam takes you back to these precious/fleeting days of Summer. You need to be making preserves. And we have what will provide you with easy success, solid copper jam pans. First, the basics. You won’t find a better heat conductor anywhere. This means no more [...]
Macy's realized the importance of weddings in the 1920s when they came up with the Wedding Gift Registry. But before that - way before that (1750 BC), was the dowry. Betrothal was a business deal. The bride's family would offer a combination of items and property to the family of the groom in hopes that they would seem to be a good 'investment'. The idea was to make combining the two families appealing. Romance? What's romance? Then, about 700 years ago, the hope chest began to gain traction. Young women prepared needlework towels and linens and occasionally, sewed a wedding [...]