GUIDE: National

High Design

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    A+R

    “... a sophisticated (and often humorous) collection that ranges from Danish laboratory drinking glasses to a Czech porcelain Wellington boot vase.” —Metropolitan Home READ REVIEW

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    Big Picture Farm

    What's better than farm fresh milk? Candy made from farm fresh milk. And that’s what Big Picture Farm specializes in. READ REVIEW

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    Blanc Creatives

    It all started when then one-man show Corry Blanc hung a hand-forged carbon steel skillet as a decoration in his market display of crafted metal items. The skillet caught the attention of customers, and the rest is history. READ REVIEW

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    Bongenre

    Antiques dealer Jill Fenichell discovered the perfect formula for chaos: Combine precious porcelain with precious family. (And don’t mix well.) So she started making her own tableware, a combo of tough materials and timeless motifs and patterns of her own design. READ REVIEW

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    Corbe

    Instead of pulling out the same old pie plates and casserole pans this year, why not put a fun twist on nostalgia and make those dishes from your childhood in the shape of your home state? READ REVIEW

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    Emile Henry

    Since 1850, the mineral-rich soils of the small town of Marcigny in the province of Burgundy have served as the raw material for some of the finest clay cookware to ever grace a kitchen, made by Emile Henry. READ REVIEW

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    Esque Studio

    Justin Parker and Andi Kovel are literally breathing new life into the art of glassblowing, creating unique handmade, to-order pieces that are functional, beautiful, and collectible. READ REVIEW

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    Jacaranda Home

    Specializing in luxurious handmade items for the home from Mexico and Latin America—all handmade and with a focus on sustainability. READ REVIEW

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    Mauviel

    Handmade on a small scale—about 50 craftspeople bend, hammer, press, rivet, and polish it to the highest level of perfection—Mauviel cookware is what you want when you want to get serious about your kitchen. READ REVIEW

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    R. Murphy Knives

    Founded in 1850, this Massachusetts-based company originally built their reputation handcrafting fine bladed tools for just about any purpose you can dream up. Lucky for your kitchen, they’ve kept up the tradition with a range of beautiful, American-made high carbon steel blades, from steak knives to chefs knives to shellfish knives and more. READ REVIEW


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