Wooden Napkin Holders
In the great tradition of American crafts, these wooden napkin holders are made by hand by the same family that has been woodworking for six generations. Each one is a beautiful, yet functional, work of craft. Because the mix of woods is unique to each piece, the one you receive will look slightly different. Choose from two designs: Checkered (herringbone pattern), or Stripes.
A card identifying the types of wood in the piece, as well as care instructions, is included.
Joel and Karma Brokaw began their family business in 1981. Five of their seven children—all J and K names— are involved in the business, and represent the sixth generation of woodworkers in the family. Karma's great-great-grandfather Josiah Countryman (1830-1914) was the first woodworker of the family.
Based in Kalona, Iowa, JK Creative Wood has been creating unique American handcrafted wood items for over 40 years. The Chrysler Museum Shop is pleased to bring their unique creations to the Hampton Roads area.