MADDER ROOT & RECLAIMED OSAGE

After three years of maturation, the roots of rubia tinctorum, the common madder, can be utilized as a dye, yielding shades of red, in use dating back to antiquity. This paired with reclaimed osage wood shavings, gathered from local mill floors in the texas hill country, are joined in a formula created in-house, creating a supple array of citrus hues.