One Of A Kind Gifts
One Of A Kind Gifts

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/images/products/thumbs/1178.jpg Designed by Susanna Sent for Arcade, the Aria Glass Vase is handmade in Murano by the glassblower Master Andrea Zilio. Aria Glass Vase Susanna Sent
/images/products/thumbs/1241.jpg The Arty Smarty Bowl designed by Belgian artist Klaar Prims is an elegant vessel reminiscent of pop art. A unique objet d'art, the mouth blown crystal glass vessel has a sandblasted black exterior with vivid, pure interior color. Arty Smarty Bowl Klaar Prims
/images/products/thumbs/1297.jpg Poetic and sculptural, the Branch Bowl pairs hand-blown glass with a single wooden branch. Fitted into the hot glass, the branch becomes the lid of the bowl, resulting in a gentle form and charring the wood in the process. Branch Bowl Pia and Moritz Wustenberg
/images/products/thumbs/357.jpg Softly glowing, the delightful Cloud Silver Rain table lamp by Tokyo-based designer Tadao Shimizu for Abovo features a three-dimensional washi-paper cloud shade which is supported by rows of thin metal rods resembling falling rain. Cloud Silver Rain Table Lamp Tadao Shimizu
/images/products/thumbs/1193.jpg Who says you can't have your cake and eat it too? Designed by Caterina Carrieras for Rome-based gallery Secondome, the Diagonal Cake Plate is handmade by Venetian glassblower Master Massimo Lunardon. Like Cinderella's glass slipper, the object has a demure aesthetic that puts a deliberate focus on the material and craftsmanship. Diagonal Cake Plate Catarina Carreiras
/images/products/thumbs/1233.jpg Belgian glass artist Anna Torfs translates centuries old Bohemian glass into extraordinary timeless objects. Utilizing unconventional glass cutting techniques to reveal how the object is made the Double Bubble Solo has a sanded outer 'skin' with a vibrant contrasting center. Double Bubble Solo Anna Torfs
/images/products/thumbs/1244.jpg The striking sculptural quality of the Due Crystal Glass Bowl comes from its simplicity of form. Designed by Belgian artist Klaar Prims, this centerpiece for the table combines innovation, craftsmanship, and detail. Due Crystal Glass Bowl Klaar Prims
/images/products/thumbs/428.jpg A clever and refreshing reinterpretation of the archetypal carafe, Baptiste Ymonet and Vincent Jousseaume's Entonnoir visualizes what would happen if one object swallowed another. Part of the Stomach series of objects, the resulting carafe combines various styles and creating a confrontation between silhouettes with sharp angles and curves evoking stretched elasticity of an intestinal wall. Entonnoir Carafe Baptiste Ymonet and Vincent Jousseaume
/images/products/thumbs/1184.jpg French designer Sam Baron loves to reinterpret traditional methods of construction, raising questions about the utility of today's material productions. This appropriation is present in the baroque inspired Futiles Glass Carafe produced in collaboration with Rome-based gallery Secondome. Futiles Glass Carafe Sam Baron
/images/products/thumbs/1185.jpg French designer Sam Baron is eager to provide cultural dimension to his creations. This appropriation is present in the baroque inspired Futiles Glass Fruit Pot produced in collaboration with Rome-based gallery Secondome. Futiles Glass Fruit Pot Sam Baron
/images/products/thumbs/1071.jpg Handmade by the innovative Israeli design studio of Noam Dover and Michael Cederbaum, the Hacking the Mould Vase No.4 is a sculptural piece with a poetic metaphor. The object evokes a discourse of our current system that controls knowledge and production worldwide by bringing to light the juxtaposition between maker and hacker culture. Hacking The Mould Vase No. 4 Noam Dover
/images/products/thumbs/1043.jpg The I Ricchi Poveri - A Monument For A Bulb is a witty piece that looks like a small maquette for a large scale monument. Eight miniature human figures are standing on a dark metal plate around the monument - a horizontal frosted bulb that hovers propped up by simple brass. I Ricchi Poveri - Monument For A Bulb Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/891.jpg Made in Paris, the Life Lines Bottle designed by Fanny Richard from yfNA ceramics communicates the poetry and magic of clay work. Handmade with porcelain then glazed inside, the objects resemble old wine bottles with cracks and lines that give them texture and life. Life Lines Bottle Fanny Richard
/images/products/thumbs/1188.jpg The Limited Edition Oval Tray is handcrafted in Studio Piet Stockmans workshop in Genk, Belgium. The object is made from white porcelain slip, glazed with a deep cobalt blue, a trademark of the designer. Limited Edition Oval Tray Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/1373.jpg Landscape, topography, place. The Makom Round Centerpiece, a collaboration between designers Noam Dover and Yoav Reches, references our geography in both form and name - "makom" means "a place" in Hebrew. The multiple layers of this ceramic bowl are a mesmerizing three-dimensional representation of a topographic map, which we are accustomed to seeing in two dimensions. Makom Round Centerpiece Noam Dover
/images/products/thumbs/1383.jpg Exploring and exploiting the possibilities of porcelain, ceramic artist Marik Korus creates ethereal sculptures that take inspiration from the creatures of the sea. Each of the coral-like Markik Korus Ceramic Sculptures consists of assemblages of delicate porcelain pieces arranged in sinuous patterns which capture the fantasy of nature. Marik Korus Ceramic Sculptures Marik Korus
/images/products/thumbs/1245.jpg Produced in solid cast brass, the Max Solid Brass Plate has a slightly concave surface and can be used to create a tablescape that feels both ancient and modern. The exquisite design celebrates the beauty of form and material adding a moment of tranquility to any atmosphere. Max Solid Brass Plate Klaar Prims
/images/products/thumbs/1179.jpg This beautiful faceted glass vase designed by Ivan Baj for Arcade is handmade in Murano by the glassblower Master Simone Cenedese. Hand-cut and polished, the exceptional brilliance of the Neptune Vase appears as if it were a rare gemstone. Nettuno Vase Ivan Baj
/images/products/thumbs/1075.jpg Rustic and organic, the Origine Solid Stone Container is characterized for its raw material made of black cosmic natural granite. With an ethereal texture composed of black, gray, and golden veins and variations, the durable material recalls the beauty of nature. Origine Solid Stone Container Henry Timi
/images/products/thumbs/1382.jpg The artistry of the Pascal Oudet Bowl Sculptures challenges our perception of what wood can look like. Oudet's intricate pieces are handmade, chiefly on the wood lathe, and inspired by the effects of weather, "the action sun, rain, frost" have on natural materials. In Oudet's view, this weathering reveals the inner qualities of substances such as wood and stone and is the impetus for his work. Pascal Oudet Bowl Sculptures Pascal Oudet
/images/products/thumbs/461.jpg Christoph Finkel's Rillen Vessels showcase the German artist's ability to capture the intrinsic, natural qualities of various species of wood in stunning, sculptural vessels. Initially the result of an incorrect cut into a piece of wood, Finkel began to experiment with the possibilities of deep reveals and undulating lines cut into his vessels resulting in his unique, signature aesthetic. Rillen Vessels Christoph Finkel
/images/products/thumbs/1281.jpg Uniquely beautiful and luminous, the Semi-Wrinkle Washi Table Lamp draws upon traditional Japanese washi paper that is made from the fibrous inner bark of three plants. The collection was designed by Nendo in collaboration with Taniguchi Aoya Washi, who have pushed the boundaries of the material to manufacture three-dimensional washi paper forms. Semi-Wrinkle Washi Table Lamp Nendo
/images/products/thumbs/872.jpg Best described as a French sculptor and writer Emmanuelle Piquart's Clay People are small hand molded clay busts placed at the end of metal rods that each portrays a different state of mind. The Clay People Emmanuelle Piquart
/images/products/thumbs/1381.jpg The Pairs Sculptures are charming and evocative pieces by French designer Laurent Trebout. Each of the four sculptures explores the landscape of love with various configurations of porcelain figures perched (bravely, one imagines) on wooden blocks. The Pairs Sculptures Laurent Trebout
/images/products/thumbs/368.jpg Handcrafted following a design by Belgian artist Guido Deleu, The Visitor Sculpture is a series of ceramic figurines finished with only natural elements like clay and color pigments. The Visitor Sculpture - Small Guido Deleu
/images/products/thumbs/1325.jpg A whimsical collection of borosilicate glass vessels deliberately formed in an irregular manner by hand, a small gesture that brings a touch of poetry to each piece. The soft, organic forms invite you to arrange your floral bouquets or branches. Transformer Vase Piero Lissoni
/images/products/thumbs/1336.jpg Marble, known for its hardness and density, is exploited in a dramatic fashion to appear soft and malleable in Underbowl S Bowl by Nendo. The bowl consists of a round vessel fixed on a flat and smooth square pedestal. Cleverly, the pedestal appears to softly emerge through the surface of the vessel giving a presence to the pedestal that would otherwise be hidden underneath. Underbowl S Bowl Nendo - Oki Sato
/images/products/thumbs/1380.jpg The You & Me Sculpture is a whimsical and touching piece by French designer Laurent Trebout. The sculpture depicts a pair of small porcelain birds perched rather precariously on the edge of a large tree formed of wire. The birds-lovebirds, perhaps?-exude joy and a palpable contentment with each other. You & Me Sculpture Laurent Trebout