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We have been using recovered materials since 2014. Our corn, cork and wood bands are made from natural renewable materials that are the by-product (waste material) of another industry’s production. Looking at waste as a resource to be recovered and repurposed means we can interrupt the linear flow of waste to landfill - the key principle of a circular economy.

Made to be loved and looked after, the natural materials will develop a patina that over time, will tell your story of reuse.

New and a-maizing!

Waste material from corn production is dried, granulated, then compression-moulded with a small amount of vegan food grade bonding agent.

How it's made

Waste material from corn production is dried, granulated, then compression-moulded with a small amount of vegan food grade bonding agent.

A café classic

The original recovered material band, developed in 2014 using by-product from wine cork production. Cork is one of the most sustainable materials because it is bark harvested from living trees, which then grows back. The leftover material from pressing is granulated, then compression-moulded with a very small amount of vegan food grade bonding agent.

Touch wood

Bark is one of the few parts of the tree unused by the timber industry as it traps moisture, dirt and debris has an acidic content and rough texture and can damage machines and tools. Once dried, these bark and wood offcuts from milling are granulated, then compression-moulded with a small amount of vegan food grade bonding agent.

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