The Woodstokk (Wooden log) collection is inspired by traditional Nordic crafts such as knitting and woodcarving. There is a certain masculinity to the pattern and design which is easy to play up or down, depending on how you choose to pair the pieces.

Woodstokk is an invitation to be creative. It consists of several pieces produced in high-fired feldspar.

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Woodstokk yarn

MODERN FOLKLORE: If you don’t care eating on your tableware, hang it on the wall and call it art. Photo: Siren Lauvdal. Staging: KråkvikD’Orazio.

Scandinavian design

Woodstokk has become an important part of Wik and Walsøe’s universe, and it brings a rustic look to the table. The pattern reminds you of Scandinavian wood carving, which you also find in the Woodstokk series. We have designed the shapes so they easily can be mixed and matched with the Alveskog-, Whitwood- and Alv-series.

Maintenance and care

All Wik & Walsøe china, eg. Alv, Alveskog, Whitewood and Woodstock, is oven, microwave and freezer safe. Do not, however, take a dish straight from the oven and put it into a cold, wet surface or put it on steel. Do not put a dish straight into a hot oven from the freezer.

Wik & Walsøe porcelain items can be washed in the dishwasher.

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Woodstokk detail

TRADISJON: Mønsteret på Woodstokk er inspirert av norsk håndverk.

The Norwegian design studio Wik & Walsøe was established in 2006. In only a few short years they managed to make their mark as a distinctive new voice within fine porcelain and glass production. Wik & Walsøe is now a major brand in the Norwegian and Scandinavian market, and their products are sold in selected stores internationally. In 2013 Wik & Walsøe were awarded the Female Entrepreneur of the year prize by Innovation Norway. In 2016 Wik & Walsøe celebrate their tenth anniversary.