Match pewter is handmade in northern Italy, in family-owned workshops, by artisans who have honed their craft using methods gleaned over many generations. In their skilled hands, this understated yet luxurious material is fashioned into modern heirlooms that are both functional and decorative.
Known for quirky decorative home goods and unusual gifts, John's decoupage plates, platters, paperweights, coasters and bowls are handmade in his studio in New York City, where he employs a small staff of artisans to assist with cutting and collaging these designs onto handblown glass.
Founded in Paris by Francis and Pascale Geib, Sabre Flatware is 18/10 stainless steel with bold, bright and colorful acrylic handles. Let your imagination run wild—the possibilities are endless.
The pride of her native New Orleans, Alexa Pulitzer mixes native culture with overseas influences to create beautifully designed stationery and paper collections.
Luxurious, all-natural soaps made with pride in Portugal for over a century. Rich texture, delicious scents and beautiful packaging make these soaps the perfect gift for a hostess, or yourself.
"Typography-lovin' graphic designer, turned letterpress-printin' stationery designer. We make the cards you give to that one friend of yours who truly gets it. You know the one."
Handmade textiles that play on classic design motifs. Bold prints that are ultra-modern and luxurious to the touch. Hand-woven in small batches.
Tamara Hensick creates small sculptures inspired by nature, wordplay, and everyday life. Her collection of cast pewter, sterling silver, and bronze pieces include nature, figure, animal, and object motifs that bring a saying, idea, or whimsical phrase to life.
Italian design company established in 1964, known for provocative, original designs that blend high art and functionality.
Kobo candles are made of domestically grown sustainable soybeans. Cotton wicks provide a pure and clean flame with scents made in collaboration with the finest boutique fragrance houses in the US.
A mixed media artist living in Columbus, Ohio, Erica works with her own drawings, cut paper and vintage fabrics, ribbons and other ephemera to create her collection of handmade cards.