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Baum-kuchen Brass Charm – Trust the Process

£21.38

An exclusively designed  Baum-kuchen brass charm “Trust the Process” made in collaboration with The Superior Labor.

Each brass charm is pressed with the “Trust the Process” quote on the front and BK logo on the back. The charm will surely inspire you every time you open your Traveler’s Notebook. The charm can be easily attached to your Traveler’s Notebook’s elastic band. The brass will darken and patina over time with usage.

Material: Brass

Dimension: 2cm in diameter

You may notice a darkening or spots on the brass. This is not considered a defect but an organic characteristic that will develop a unique patina due to the natural ageing process of brass.

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An exclusively designed  Baum-kuchen brass charm  “Trust the Process” made in collaboration with The Superior Labor.

Each brass charm is pressed with the “Trust the Process” quote on the front and BK logo on the back. The charm will surely inspire you every time you open your Traveler’s Notebook. The charm can be easily attached to your Traveler’s Notebook’s elastic band. The brass will darken and patina over time with usage.

Material: Brass

Dimension: 2cm in diameter

Designed By: Baum-kuchen in Los Angeles, CA

Made By: Made in collaboration with The Superior Labor  in Okayama, Japan

You may notice a darkening or spots on the brass. This is not considered a defect but an organic characteristic that will develop a unique patina due to the natural aging process of brass.

Baum-kuchen started its journey in 2010 as an online store operated in the founders’ Wakako and Frido’s garage. Today they are a studio, shop, and lifestyle that are passionate about living life and excited to share with their customers everything extraordinary that inspires every day.

The approach to the Baum-kuchen lifestyle comes from their unique background of German Bauhaus and Japanese wabi-sabi marrying together harmoniously in California. The products they create and curate at their studio are aesthetically beautiful, emotionally and physically durable, and functional.

They are interested in exploring the idea of “Journey as the destination”, “love for analogue” and “slow living” and are constantly evolving and looking for inspiration from Japan (where Wakako grew up), Germany (where Frido is from) and everywhere in between

Their hope is to continuously bring us creativity, imagination, and inspiration.

“Baum-kuchen” is a name of a delicious German cake that has become quite popular in Japan. It looks like a tree stump and to Wakako and Frido it represents layers of happiness that have been built with time aging beautifully.