This simple, gracefully couped bowl serves as a foundation in any working kitchen. Mixing ingredients, raising dough, or just holding fruit this vessel functions while standing out as a special hand made item in your home. Farmhouse potter’s hands work the soft clay to sculpt the bowls useful spout. Mix and pour!
If not in stock all pottery is made to order. Please allow 2 - 4 weeks for the potters to make your piece.
medium: 3.75" x 6.5"
large: 5.25" x 9"
This dinnerware is about as pure and simple as it gets. Those of you who enjoy a real farm to table dining experience won’t be able to leave the table. Yes, we are extending the slow food movement with pieces that elevate the dining experience. Durable and unique, our handcrafted place settings are as important as the handcrafted food you eat.
If not in stock all pottery is made to order. Please allow 2 - 4 weeks for our potters to make your piece.
dinner plate: 10.5"
side plate: 8"
An unsurpassed survey of the world’s finest examples of this popular art form—in situ from the greatest private and public collections to the beautifully assembled rooms of contemporary artists, stylists, and cutting-edge interior designers. Taxidermy is everywhere these days, from hip restaurants to posh clothing stores, and practically every luxury brand can be seen offering its wares on the backs of preserved, stuffed animals or incorporating them in their interiors. This is the first volume to consider taxidermy as an art form, and it balances showcasing classic work (such as pieces by Walter Potter) alongside innovative and modern contemporary pieces by various practitioners, from traditional taxidermists to interior designers, fashionistas, stylists, and fine artists. Collected here in one volume are the greatest examples of taxidermy, freshly photographed in situ, from contemporary apartments and rarely seen private interiors to luxury fashion shoots, hipster lounges and restaurants, and museums and galleries. A who’s who of contemporary artists’ work is also featured, including Daniel Firman, Kate MccGuire, Cai Guo-Qiang, Charles Avery, Adel Abdessemed, Alex Randall, Charlotte Cory, Claire Morgan, Neil Harmon, Polly Morgan, Tessa Farmer, Iris Schieferstein, Thomas Grunfeld, Tim Noble and Sue Webster, and Wim Delvoye—artists creating inventive interpretations of the genre, reaching new audiences and bringing taxidermy further into the mainstream. This intriguing and engaging volume offers inspiration to anyone seeking to incorporate taxidermy into any type of setting, historical or modern, commercial or residential.
Alexis Turner is the founder of London Taxidermy, one of the world’s leading dealers in antique and contemporary stuffed and preserved fauna and related objects. Clients include set designers, interior designers, fashion stylists, photographers, museums and galleries, and collectors.
This extravagant volume is the magnum opus of today’s most celebrated interiors photographer. One of François Halard’s first assignments, to photograph Yves Saint Laurent’s legendary Paris apartment when he was in his early twenties, cemented his reputation as one of the most original eyes of our era. His unique photographic sensibility—old-world elegant and bohemian, accessible and personal—is instantly recognizable. Thirty years later, Halard still captures our imagination with his breathtaking photographs.
Included in this highly anticipated volume are Halard’s images of the glorious homes of the most important tastemakers, artists, and designers of the twentieth century: Axel Vervoordt, Roger Vivier, Richard Avedon, the Duchess of Devonshire, Julian Schnabel, Schiaparelli, Carlo Mollino, Balthus, Coco Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé, and many more, including Halard’s own homes in New York, Paris, and Arles. Photographed in his inimitable "grand manner," often for Vogue, this book also shows for the first time the more intimate "house portraits" that Halard would photograph for himself, where his personal vision shines through. François Halard will be a coveted, indispensable resource for all lovers of interior style and a master class in visual education.
François Halard has been a regular contributor to Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ, and House & Garden for over thirty years. His work for these publications established him as the most prolific and well-known interior and architectural photographer of our time.
We are pleased to announce that we have been included in the new edition of the Los Angeles Louis Vuitton City Guide. They are available at Louis Vuitton and selected bookstores.
Kishani Perera, who owns the very cool store Rummage in Los Angeles mentioned us as a favorite store of hers. Thanks so much. Check it out...
Good friend of the store Raquel Allegra mentioned us in Harpers Bazaar UK. Thanks Raquel. Check out the article