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  1. Nemo Tile

    02.13.14

  2. Hasami

    Founded by Takuhiro Shinomoto of Venice, California’s Tortoise, Hasami Porcelain blends traditional Japanese pottery with modern lines. Named for Hasami, Nagasaki—a prominent pottery region in...

    12.19.13

  3. Jansen+co

    Characterized by its bold color combinations and simple, elegant designs, Jansen+co is a contemporary Dutch tabletop design company based in Amsterdam. Founded in 2006 by Anouk Jansen and Harm...

    09.24.13

  4. VesseL USA Inc.

    VesseL USA Inc.

    VesseL USA, Inc. was founded in 1998 to revive the planters and ceramic designs of the Architectural Pottery Collection, a Los Angeles company founded in 1950 by Max and Rita Lawrence. Today,...

    06.27.13

  5. Putikmade

    Putikmade is a pottery line started in 2012 featuring modern and simple ceramic vessels for plantings. All work is stoneware or porcelain clay, thrown on the wheel, and high fired. Each ...

    11.06.12

  6. Jess Wainer Glass

    Jess Wainer Glass

    Jess Wainer creates innovative handblown glass vessels inspired by nature in her California Studio.

    10.03.12

  7. Gainey Ceramics

    Gainey Ceramics

    Gainey has been at the forefront of Modern design since 1949, producing  ceramics with our signature clean lines and timeless appeal. From the iconic Gainey Cylinder to our new, contemporary...

    02.27.12

  8. Chive

    Since 2004 Chive has consistently delivered fresh, innovative and simplistic designs to showcase the individual beauty of the flower. Often dubbed as the “antithesis” of old-school of ...

    10.21.10

  9. Xenia Taler

    THE MAKERS Who: Partners Xenia Taler and Steven Koblinsky. Xenia designs the tiles, Steven crafts the clay and glazes. Where: In their Toronto studio. When: Since 1996. How: Tiles are pressed in m...

    07.12.10

  10. Kahla Porcelain

    Kahla Porcelain

    Our modern global world is characterized by flexibility, speed and a constant change of focus – and everyday life thus primarily calls for variable concepts, unconventional solutions and...

    03.16.10

  11. Pigeon Toe Ceramics

    You know when you visit your local vintage shoppe hoping for that rare, once-in-a-lifetime find that you spend a lifetime searching for? Or perhaps when you take your first trip overseas, staring...

    02.25.10

  12. Fish's Eddy

    We were driving upstate New York searching for interesting chairs, barrels paintings and cabinets to bring back to our just-opened little shop near Gramercy Park. We passed an odd town with an even...

    02.14.10

  13. Romi Ceramics

    Romi Ceramics is a selection of signature hand crafted vases and votives. Designer Romi Hefetz specializes in the art and science of clay and porcelain slip casting, makes and finishes each unique...

    02.08.10

  14. Kähler

    Kähler

    Kähler was founded in 1839, when the Holstein pottery Herman J. Kähler opened a small pottery in the Kindhestegade in Næstved. His son, Herman A. Kähler, took over the workshop in 1875. ...

    01.03.10

  15. Art Department

    Art Department was founded in New York City almost ten years ago by artists and book designers Felix Kniazev and Olga Julinska.

    11.24.09

  16. Bauer Pottery

    Bauer Pottery

    Starting in Louisville, Kentucky, and then flourishing in Los Angeles, California, J. A. Bauer Pottery Company created simple, yet beautiful stoneware from the late 1880s to the early 1960s. With...

    11.08.09

  17. Phoenix Design

    From frog to Phoenix. Even before Hartmut Esslinger's design studio became Frog Design, Andreas Haug was his first associate. Here, he also met Tom Schönherr. They got on famously and in 1987...

    11.01.09

  18. Modwalls

    Modwalls

    Modwalls® has been designing, manufacturing, selling, and making tile modern since 2005. They offer retail and trade customers a more current and colorful alternative to what is available in most...

    10.23.09

  19. Duravit

    Duravit

    Almost 200 years of bathroom history. It all begins in 1817, when George Friedrich Horn establishes an earthenware factory in Hornberg in the Black Forest. In 1842 the manufacture of tableware is...

    10.22.09

  20. Beehouse

    Bee House produces durable and functional teapots in a wide range of colors and glazes. All Bee House products are made in Japan by Zero, Japan's leading manufacturer of teapots and tableware. The...

    07.07.09

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