On June 15, 2022

Andrew Pearce Bowls celebrates 10 years

Andrew Pearce Bowls of Hartland is celebrating its 10 anniversary this month as a Vermont owned business known and respected world-wide for its unique craftsmanship and design of wooden bowls and wood cutting boards.

“This is a milestone that I am extremely proud to have achieved, and I am deeply grateful as I share it with my family, loyal customers, and magnificent staff,” said Andrew Pearce the founder and owner. “All of these people have contributed to the success of Andrew Pearce Bowls and for me personally, it’s been a tremendous journey. I am particularly gratified by of our commitment to design, function, and sustainability in every handcrafted wooden product we create.”

Pearce added, “Our 10-year anniversary is extraordinary because my craft and my business is born out of decades of tradition. Generations of Pearce family members before me were, and are, artisans. Each of us shares a love of creating with our hands and a commitment to practice our crafts with the utmost respect for our impact on the environment. The success I’ve achieved with woodworking is my contribution to our family story of artistry done with innovation, passion, and a conscious effort to protect the environment in all that we do.”

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