GUIDE: National

High-Quality Craftsmanship

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    360 Cookware

    After putting these pots and pans through rigorous tests, Prevention magazine proclaimed: “More flavorful meals with less fat and in less time.” Enough said. READ REVIEW

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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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    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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    Bram Cookware

    Here’s Slanted Door chef Charles Phan’s take on Bram in the latest issue of Saveur: “The pots are not only beautiful to look at; with clay, the heat transfer is just completely different from what you get with steel or any other metal: slow, even, delicate.” READ REVIEW

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    Brooklyn Slate

    There is a timeless elegance to stone, and the two food-obsessed owners of Brooklyn Slate capture this quality in each of their hand-chiseled creations, highlighting the fine-textured beauty of the stone with clean, simple designs. 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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    Duralex

    These tumblers have been described as the “ultimate drinking vessels created by man.” If you’ve been to France—or any French-inspired bistro, for that matter—you’ve no doubt enjoyed some wine or an aperitif from one of these glasses. 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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    Jacob Bromwell

    With a legacy going back almost 200 years, Jacob Bromwell’s products look and feel way special because they are, and all of them are guaranteed for life. READ REVIEW


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