Vagabond House creates fabulous pewter table accessories and home accents. All Vagabond House products are designed in the United States and are intended to last a lifetime.
Three common elements in the design of Vagabond House items include pewter, antler and makha wood. Pewter is made of 95% tin combined with small parts of antimony and copper. This makes pewter a versatile metal that improves with age. Pewter requires little maintenance and will not rust, tarnish or affect the taste of food or drink. Antler has been used as handles for tools since the beginning of time. Vagabond House incorporates antler in the design of many serving tools. All antlers used are naturally shed. Real antler will darken over time and gain a rich patina. Makha wood is a highly prized, rare hardwood with a beautiful finish. Makha wood develops a rich patina as it ages. Vagabond House uses only natural fallen trees or trees cut over 30 years ago.