Suitable for business or home entrances, even dockside or anywhere a traditional rope mat will look great. Using 5/8" rope diameter, the look, durability and feel are enhanced. Weighing in at around 15 lbs, these mats are going nowhere. What happens if they get wet? No worries...its rope!
Since serving bowls, plates and tea pots come in different sizes and designs, why not trivets. Grab a few to accent your tables and decor. Or simply pin them to the wall for a cool and interesting impact. All mats have 3/8" manila rope construction, except for the Sand Dollar Coasters which uses 1/4" manila.
Something special, just for you. Whether its business or personal, a little rope can add old-world character and style. Some items have been included in regular inventory.
Having sailed for about 40-years, I have an appreciation for all things nautical, including rope and knots. From fixing wooden sailboats over the years, I have gained an appreciation for nautical ropework. All the crafts are hand-made, and use old-world tools and techniques, just like in the old sea-fairing days of tall riggers. Without any acts of piracy, or mayhem on the high seas of course!
By re-kindling a dying art form, I am sharing my love of boating and that of the sea. Now a proud sponsor of Swiftsure Regatta since 2017.
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