Charity Burggraaf

Crafted in Seattle

From sweet treats to unique wares, handcrafted goods abound in a city known for its artisan, pioneering spirit. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite Seattle creations and tell the stories behind the makers.

Charity Burggraaf
  1. Much-loved beauty brand Herbivore Botanicals offers all-natural, small-batch products like the Detox Dead Sea Bath Salts ($18) and luxurious Lapis Facial Oil ($72). herbivorebotanicals.com
  2. From its SoDo studio, SML produces modern housewares and furniture from wood, leather, concrete, and more; the oak Giving Vessel ($65) makes a perfect planter. designbysml.com
  3. Ballard Bee Company’s Wildflower Honey ($16) comes from a network of Seattle hives with the goal of increasing the city’s bee population—good for home gardeners and the planet. ballardbeecompany.com
  4. For six years, Seattle jeweler Joanna Morgan has been forging unique, sculptural baubles like her honeycomb-esque Serena pendant necklace ($315) and statement-making Bridget ring ($85). joannamorgandesigns.com
  5. Pioneer Square–based Intrigue Chocolate Co. makes artisanal truffles in flavors like rose petal and wasabi (12-piece seasonal assortment, $22). intriguechocolate.com
  6. Radley Raven tracks down elegant vintage fabrics for his collection of dapper bow ties, neckties, and pocket squares, like this striped vintage cotton bow tie ($88). radleyraven.com
  7. Founded in 1897 as an Alaskan outfitter during the Klondike Gold Rush, Filson has kept to its roots with made-in-Seattle products meant to withstand the elements, like this compact canvas-and-leather travel kit ($75). *filson.com

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