We got back to the studio on Wednesday after a fantastic time at Top Drawer and that was from Saturday till Tuesday. It has been super busy in the studio ever since hence why it has taken till Friday to update you with all our news! So we apologise for that... We were in Craft at Top Drawer, it was great to be surrounded by so many British designers and makers. We shared experiences as well as gaining so much knowledge from their time in the industry. It was so much fun to connect with designers from all over the country, all of us with the same passions and enthusiasm for British craft and manufacturing.
Top Drawer was a chance for us to share our full collection with trade customers, as well as launching a few new products as well. We had a great reaction to our work and we will be excited to share your new stockists with you all soon. We met so many inspiring designers and would love to show you all their work but we could only pick a few, we hope you like them as much as we did!
Remy Dubibe Ceramics - Remy creates stunning installations of thin and delicate shaped porcelains, fragile ceramics, 'fragments', vibrant designs, 'Jewelleries' with a poetic feeling inspired by memories.
Edit Juhasz Ceramics - Edit Juhasz is a London based studio-potter, designing hand-thrown porcelain table-wares. Specializes in the hand-throwing over 20 years. Believes that traditional craft skills can be used to make contemporary craft pieces. With these craft skills, makes simple and useful shapes to emphasize the beauty of porcelain. The porcelain table-wares are thinly thrown and the rims are colored with oxides in blue,green and brown colors.
Iris De La Torre - Iris De La Torre is a Mexican Jewellery Designer Maker based in London. Iris’ colourful work is inspired by Mexico’s folkloric spirit, its arts and crafts, naïve identity and vibrant combinations of colour. Another big influence of hers is 1960s graphic design for its use of bold colour, form and geometric shapes. Iris believes that her jewellery designs and the way her pieces are constructed speak an aesthetic language that captures graphic excitement and colour, which embodies fun, delight, spectacle and enthusiasm.
Heather McDermott Jewellery - Heather McDermott Jewellery is inspired by the ever-changing shoreline of her island home, the Isle of Skye. She uses stainless steel and silver to create contemporary jewellery. Combining vivid colour and repetition of shape each piece is an expression of sculptural form.
We are a textile company, based on a farm in Norfolk, designing and manufacturing high quality homeware and interior products within Norfolk and the UK.