Merchants - Household

Astier de Villate

Astier De Villatte

The most wonderful ceramics, hand made in the outskirts of Paris by Benoit, Ivan and team. Their store on the rue Saint Honore is sublime.. (read more)

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Aesop

Aesop was established in Melbourne, Australia in 1987. Passionate about plant-based ingredients and with a worldwide collection of amazing stores each individually designed. World class passion and attention to detail.. (read more)

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Duralex

Duralex depuis 1945. Made in France.. (read more)

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Bollen Glass

I bought my first Bollen glasses at ABC New York in 2002 and still have most of them. Very niche, very fine, very expensive, very beautiful.

Variopinte

Variopinte Enamel

I have always had a soft spot for enamelware, whether it be the classic blue and white or the decorated variations used throughout Asia, as a material it has a practical industrial heritage and is used around the world. Variopinte only has a small collection but it is a good one.

Jars

Jars Ceramistes

Honest contemporary stoneware made in France.

Perigot

Perigot

French laundry meets Labour and Wait. The most beautiful bins in conjunction with Rossignol.

Abbeyhorn

Abbeyhorn

I’m never quite sure about the use of Horn. It is all safely gathered and some of the smaller pieces just feel superb. Made here in Cumbria, a timeless craft.

Heath

Heath Ceramics

Made in Sausalito California, whats not to like?

Iris

Iris Hantverk

Contemporary practical brushes made in Sweden and Estonia by hand working with visually impaired craftspeople.

Khadi and Co

Khadi and Co

Bess Nielsen brings a Danish contemporary aesthetic to traditional India textile craft.

Vaxbo

Vaxbo

Honest linen textiles made in Sweden from a craft that was born in the Flax industry in Scandinavia over 1500 years ago.

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Alessi

This one is a bit of a Marmite scenario. Personally I sit on the fence but if you take the time to go through the back catalogue they have some incredible pieces..  (read more)

Zani & Zani

Zani and Zani

This is my favourite cookware from Zani and Zani (not Serafino Zani), I can’t locate them on the web so they may not still exist?