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The A Table tableware of ASA-selection is a simple, but elegant tableware made from Fine Bone China in Germany. This fine porcelain is known for its lustre, pure white appearance, transparency and exceptionally strong quality.

ABBEYHORN

Abbeyhorn uses Antler from Scottish Red Deer, which is one of the
largest of the deer species in the UK.  The stag's antlers begin growing
in the spring and shed at the end of winter, as part of it's natural life cycle.
These temporary, often branched structures, have a rough, textured surface
and range from dark to light brown in colour, a result of diet and climate.  
Note: no two pieces will ever be the same.

ATELIER TETE

The word “tete” means hand in Japanese, referring to the handmade
quality of Atelier Tete’s pieces. A delicate balance
between clay and glaze result from the interplay of multiple
glazes and unique patterns caused by hand glazing.
CARPE DIEM.
Enjoy 25% off your order. Sale ends November 30. All sales final.
CARPE DIEM.
Enjoy 25% off your order. Sale ends November 30. All sales final.
CARPE DIEM.
Enjoy 25% off your order. Sale ends November 30. All sales final.
CARPE DIEM.
Enjoy 25% off your order. Sale ends November 30. All sales final.
CARPE DIEM.
Enjoy 25% off your order. Sale ends November 30. All sales final.
In honour of Canada's 150th, Hopson Grace commissioned artist Marga Van Oers to create an exclusive collection of her Story Tiles, each representing a distinct image of Canada.  This special series contains four designs. Each tile was named and inspired by our National Anthem.  The 10x10cm tile can be hung or used as a coaster, and the 20x20cm tile can be hung or used as a trivet or decorative object. 
Founded in the UK, Canvas Home's accessibly priced tableware offers a relaxed aesthetic that reflects a desire for casual sophistication. Natural materials with unstructured shapes and subtle colours are inspired by the beauty of hand-crafted objects.
In the late 1970's, as many Corsicans were reclaiming their traditional culture, the Ceccaldi family began hand producing traditional Corsican knives. Today, the family continues to hand-make their knives, each one designed and produced following the same high standards: quality, authenticity and creativity.   Ceccaldi holds the “EPV” (Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant – “Living Heritage Company”) distinction from the French Ministry of Economy and Industry.
If you want to dip your toe into the world of carbon steel, a Ceccaldi knife is a good place to start. Made by hand in the traditional Corsican way but with a modernized design, these knives are not only razor sharp, they're design masterpieces, with handles made from ram's horn. Each knife takes up to 20 hours to make, and the Ceccaldi family sees each knife as an opportunity to improve their skills.

If you're someone who likes to dabble in mixology, you get that what matters is quality, nuance, and detail. At HG, we obsess over the details too, and select what we believe are some of the best designs and vessels for your next 5 a 7, dinner party, or gift.

Pair a stylish gift with our elegant packaging and let your clients and
colleagues know how valued they are. Contact us for information about
customization and special offers at 416.926.1120 or info@hopsongrace.com. 

The Portuguese Batel brothers created Costa Nova in 2006.
Their informal stoneware plays with both traditional
and contemporary design.  Formed from fine-grained clay, the products
have an earthy and relaxed look as well as an ability
to withstand high temperatures.  The microwave, dishwasher-safe
line has a timeless appeal and allows for mix and match within the line.
It's a casual yet elegant feel perfect for everyday use and casual entertaining.

In Denmark they call it Hygge, in Scotland the term is "Còsagach," and we think you can never go wrong with cozy. Whatever you decide to call it, the point is about surrounding yourself with comforting things that keep you warm, sheltered and snug as a bug. Think candles, hot tea and fuzzy blankets. If you're looking to keep Ol' Man Winter at bay, check out cozy, HG-style.

 

Feeding your kids has never been cuter. Our wipeable silica placemats, bamboo dinnerware, and new Portuguese flatware from Cutipol are hassle-free and bambino-chic.

David Mellor CBE, Royal Designer for Industry, was born in Sheffield,
the historic centre of cutlery making. He trained as a silversmith
and his modern cutlery has a widespread reputation for its qualities of design and manufacture, many of which are in international design collections. Mellor’s circular factory in Sheffield has been described as a minor masterpiece of modern architecture and has received many important architectural and environmental awards.

The sinuously curving handles of these knives are made in Indian rosewood, are hand finished and quite wonderful to use. The blades exploit the latest techniques in steel casting to arrive at a beautifully curved bolster. They're also precision ground and glazed to give a specially bright finish. Drawing on the David Mellor expertise in metalwork these are amongst the world’s finest knives.
DEBORAH EHRLICH
American designer Deborah Ehrlich studied design
at the Danish Design School in Copenhagen, where
she was introduced to blown-glass production. She sketches
her designs in her Hudson Valley studio, which are then hand blown
and produced by master craftsmen in Sweden.
Deborah’s focus is primarily on simple crystal glassware,
combining contemporary forms and traditional techniques.
German bathroom specialist Décor Walther produces unique, design-forward accessories that aren't overtly trendy, yet remain modern and timeless in both quality and design.

Dede Johnston grew up in Northern Vermont and studied
Art History before moving to New York and working for Sotheby's.  
In 2001 she began studying photography in London, and has exhibited
her work in London, Kitzbuhel and Verbier.  An avid skier,
the inspiration and imagery for Skiers China came from Crowded Slopes,
a photograph Dede took in Chourchevel, France.  
Manufactured of fine bone china in Staffordshire, Skiers China
is a Canadian exclusive to Hopson Grace.

With its transparency and smoothness, fine bone china is
not only one of the most attractive porcelains, it’s also exceptionally durable. 
In the early 1970s, Bernd T. Dibbern began producing
fine bone china in Bavaria, where all products are still traditionally turned by hand.
 Dibbern’s philosophy is to combine traditional arts and crafts
with aesthetically appealing simplicity. 

In the early 1970s, Bernd T. Dibbern began producing fine bone china in Bavaria, where all products are still traditionally turned by hand. Dibbern’s philosophy is to combine traditional arts and crafts with aesthetically appealing simplicity. 

So that was a long wait. We could be mistaken, but it looks like Summer is officially on and that means sun-soaked days, warm windy nights, pesky bugs, summer vacations, and dining al-fresco. It's short, it's sweet, and we suggest you make hay while the sun shines.
Dualit produces not only one of the most fashionable pieces of kitchen equipment in the world, but also one of the best. The company’s products are durable (they’re meant to last a lifetime), simple, and boast an industrial-chic style that has remained intact since the company was founded in 1940s London. 

DURALEX

Founded in 1939, Duralex invented the tempered (toughened)
glass process and has been producing glassware and tabletop products
for over 80 years in La Chapelle-Saint-Mesmin, France.
Their Picardie glasses are known as the “original French tumblers”.
Their tempered glasses are equally suitable for cold or hot drinks,
conveniently stackable, microwave and dishwasher-safe, impact and
chip resistant, and the perfect weight. 
There's nothing more delightful than sitting down to a gift at your place setting. And there's no need to go overboard - this cutest bunny ever from SOMA is guaranteed to bring a smile to your guests' faces. Hoppy Easter.
If you veer toward neutral tones, you can still bring warmth and light onto your table with these natural materials and softened tones.
Spring is the one time of year when pastels just seem right. To set a light and fresh mood on your Easter table, it's as simple as adding in pastel-coloured accents. Choose your colourway and bring your table to life through flowers, coloured eggs, linens. glassware and serving pieces. 

ETERNAL GLASS

Each Eternal Glass is handmade by craftsmen in a Tokyo kiln.  
They are the creations of Tajima Glass, a company of traditional
Tokyo craftspeople that was established in 1956.  
Belgian design house Ethnicraft is known for producing contemporary furniture rooted in a design philosophy based on innovation, simplicity and a respect for the environment. Their solid wood pieces are sourced only from responsibly and carefully managed forests. The company’s goal is to produce timeless, authentic products using warm, natural and sustainable materials.

These limited edition table mats are based on Toronto artist Felicia Norris Bartlett's oil paintings of fresh water trout. A modern expression of various trout species, they're also a nod to Canadian wildlife and inspired by the artist's summers in New Brunswick, as well as her family's love of fishing.

Felicia Norris Bartlett paints oil on canvas, often with touches of whimsy or drama, and is inspired by seaside and pastoral landscapes. Born in Montreal, Bartlett studied art at Queen’s University and Parsons School of Design.

 

In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck. Each knife is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. Nicolas Sarkosy’s office often commissioned these knives to be given to visiting heads of state.
In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.
In 1828 a local blacksmith in the French village of Laguiole (pronounced Lay-ol) hammered out the town’s first folding knife. A few decades later, as knife-making developed into a local industry, designer Pierre Jean Calmels refined the rustic pattern, giving the handle its signature sinuous shape and finishing each piece with ornamental flourishes such as bumblebees and shepherds’ crosses. After two world wars depleted manpower and wiped out production, the workshop reopened as Forge de Laguiole in 1987 under the direction of designer Philippe Starck. Each sommelier is still made by skilled craftsmen from start to finish, each one taking several hours or even days to manufacture. 

In your quest for all things Laguiole, beware of cheap imitations. The name Laguiole was never patented, so unlike legally protected denominations or origin such as Champagne, mass and machine-manufactured copycats can be found that mimic the original design.
The FUKAGAWA-SEIJI household, which lit its first ceramic kiln in 1650, was  awarded the Grand Prize at the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris. Fast forward to 2018, where, having earned the title as official purveyor to the Japanese Imperial Household, they continue to produce some of the world's greatest quality porcelain thanks to their seven master artisans who make everything by hand. 

Georg Jensen’s goal was to create democratic designs possessing
both functionality and beauty. His artisanal skill and artistic talent
combined with his ability to identify and support design talent was the
foundation on which he built Georg Jensen in Copenhagen in 1904.

His style embraced the Art Nouveau lines of the day but injected them
with a distinctive look that continues to resonate. The flowing forms
reflect Jensen’s sensual delight in nature and are reflective of Danish
values – the simplicity of life, the Nordic light, clean water and fresh air.

Founded in 1821, all products are made in Gien,
a small town on the bank of the Loire River.
The company is a member of the prestigious Comité Colbert,
a consortium of the most recognized French luxury names.

Mega Menu Collection
Mega Menu Collection
Mega Menu Collection
Mega Menu Collection
Inspired by childhood nostalgia and a fascination with the everyday, HAM follows the contented life of Rabbit, capturing his many adventures, escapades and outings in silhouette form.
We think you should always celebrate in style, and to mark our 4th Anniversary, enjoy 15% off a set of 4 of William Yeoward's Corinne Hollow Stem or Coupe Champagne glasses, among our favourite glasses offered at HG. The London-based designer's crystal and glass stemware and tabletop items have been granted a Royal Warrant of Appointment as a Supplier of Crystal Glass to His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales. Each piece is entirely made by hand using techniques from the past.     
 

Hering Berlin is known for its modern expression of porcelain.
Stefanie Hering opened her studio in Berlin shortly after the Wall came down,
and her modern designs (one of the brand’s distinguishing trademarks is matte
porcelain combined with glaze) represent a new kind of relaxed hospitality.

 

 

These limited-edition table mats are inspired by the artistic legacy of Cape Dorset. Located at the southern tip of Baffin Island, Cape Dorset is unique for its focus on the arts and artists of the community, producing many acclaimed sculptors and drawing artists, whose work can be found in galleries around the world including The National Gallery of Canada. A percentage of proceeds from the sale of each mat will be donated to the artist.

Made for Hopson Grace in the United Kingdom.

These limited-edition mats are inspired by the artistic legacy of Cape Dorset. Located at the southern tip of Baffin Island, Cape Dorset is recognized internationally as the centre of Inuit graphic arts. The community’s prolific sculptors and drawing artists’ work is found in galleries around the world, including The National Gallery of Canada. 

A percentage of proceeds from the sale of this collection is donated to the artist(s).

Want to give the gift of choice? Simply choose your value or for a custom amount, contact us at info@hopsongrace.com or give us a call at 416.926.1120 | 1.888.926.1120.
On the receiving end of a dinner party invitation? Show up with a unique and thoughtful gift for your host(s).

Pronounced "hoo-guh", the term hygge was recently shortlisted in the Oxford Dictionary's "word of the year." Deriving from a sixteenth-century Norwegian term, hygge is associated with soothing things like a freshly brewed cup of coffee, cashmere socks, candles and family meals. This Danish art of comfort and contentment is on the rise because hygge-ing can help create a sanctuary amidst things like SAD (seasonal affective disorder) and a very uncertain world around us. So pull out your sweats and slippers, start serving up pastries and porridge, and get your hygge on. 

 

SHOP THE HYGGE LOOK BELOW, INSPIRED BY OUR COZY CHALET-INSPIRED BREAKFAST

Originally founded in the small German town of Ichendorf,
this prestigious glassware manufacturer has been based in Milan
since the 1990s. Drawing together the craftsmanship and
design traditions of both German and Italy, the company now works
with contemporary designers to produce distinctive hand-blown
glass tableware.

 

 

Clean, crisp, European cotton. 

Aside from choosing the perfect mattress, the most important part of getting that deep, heavenly sleep we all crave is one thing: your sheets. Given we spend a third of our lives in bed, it goes without saying that investing in quality bedding is a no-brainer. For our entree into bedding and towels, we partnered with Tuckered, a Canadian linen company who uses only the best possible long staple cotton, and works with European artisans with centuries old weaver traditions. Our all-white collection of sheets, shams, duvet covers, robes and towels are all named after the streets that surround our flagship store. The Roxborough, Marlborough and Cluny collections are like a perfectly tailored white shirt: crisp, classic and refined as any everyday essential should be.

Jasper Conran's White Collection is modern yet classic, and is designed for every day use.  Dishwasher and microwave safe.
The son of Sir Terence Conran and Shirley Conran, Jasper Conran is well regarded as an authority on British style. In a carer spanning over 30 years, his signature aesthetic is the mix of classic British elegance and irreverent modernity. His work as a fashion designer, costume designer (for over 14 ballets and operas), historic home renovator and work with Waterford Wedgwood earned him an OBE in 2008.
Jilll Rosenwald’s ceramics are designed and created in Boston, where the artist uses a creamy white earthenware as her canvas from which she then hand-paints colourful patterns. Each piece is finished with a coat of glossy clear glaze and in some cases, a luxurious 14k gold rim. Named as ‘the connector’ by Boston Magazine, Jill has fostered a tight community of designers in her city.

KIMURA

Artist Shizuyo Seagusa of Tokyo created the Kikatsu
glass collection for Kimura.  Each glass is handblown and etched,
and is less than 1mm thick, making them works of art.
Producing one requires a painstaking 30 minutes to one hour.  
The original design of the Laguiole knife was inspired by a shepherd’s tool, and each knife is hand-made in the village of Laguiole, located in southern France. Each knife in this spectacular set is made from a different wood (juniper, oak, olivewood and more), and comes with a magnetic block.
Exclusive in Canada to HG, the Milan-based designer surrounds herself with colourful floral fabrics inspired by her childhood in Africa. Vogue describes her aesthetic as "an inviting mix of florals and jewel-toned geometrics that can be draped over a bed or hung like a work of art."
This experimental fragrance brand takes its inspiration from the earth’s natural surroundings. Inspired by global travels, the team behind this brand design and produce both candles and vessels from their studio in the French Alps. Working with blacksmiths to create handmade iron vessels, they then layer in their unique scents through pure vegetal wax candles and resin ‘potpourri’. These products are all crafted in-house with essential oils of undiluted flowers, woods and spices. 

Mario Luca Giusti brings an elegant yet practical collection
to the table.  Perfect for outdoor entertaining, his products are composed
of synthetic materials such as polycarbonate, acrylic and melamine. 

The Florence-based glassmaker’s products are used on many European yachtsand in hotels including the JL Palaceo in Capri.

 

Match pewter is handmade in northern Italy by artisans. 

Each piece is stamped and slightly different due to its handmade

nature.  Match pewter was born from David Reiss’ love of Italy

and his affinity for Italian craftsmanship  A graduate of the

Rhode Island School of Design, Reiss founded Match Pewter in 1995.

For nearly 100 years, Matouk has handcrafted luxury linens from the world’s finest materials. The company is based in Fall River, Massachusetts, home to a tight-knit family of artists, craftspeople, and business professionals.
Miyabi knives are like works of art.  As pretty as they are powerful, these Japanese masterpieces have Karelian Birch handles that feel lovely and smooth in your palm. The elegant blade is formed as 101 layers of steel are precision ground to expose a beautiful flower Damask pattern, exposing a cutting core of ultra-hard Micro-Carbide MC63 powdered steel.  Made in Japan.

Tech accessories for the design lover.

How do you integrate smartphone technology into your home without compromising design? We have an antidote to the ubiquitous white charging cable that so often goes missing (you know who you are). Given our devices are now as pervasive as toasters and tea kettles, it only makes sense that more exciting design solutions are emerging to fit into our tech-centric lives. These charging accessories from Hong Kong-based Native Union are modern, they're also a nice break from all that white.

Based in Hamilton, Ontario, each of Hannah Slade's pieces are thrown on her wheel and dipped in hand-mixed glazes. Slade gave up a future in music, dropping out of the conservatory and putting all her passion into creating unique stoneware with neutral glazes and matte finishes. Her deep appreciation and fascination for textures make each piece beautiful to touch as well as to look at.
Each of Nicholas Newcomb's pieces is unique and highlights the natural idiosyncrasies of handmade ceramics. From his studio in Brooklyn, Newcomb is focused on developing tableware and accessories using traditional ceramic techniques. His work has been exhibited in various galleries and museums.
Originally sold as a working man’s knife, an Opinel knife has become emblematic of French culture, with Pablo Picasso reportedly using one as a sculpting tool. Each knife is made of a beechwood handle and stainless steel blade. Opinel is recognized in the Victoria & Albert Museum as one of the 100 best designs, along with the Porsche 911 and the Rolex Watch.
Opinel kitchen knives have a beech handle that makes them very comfortable in your palm. The blade profiles are designed to optimize motion and ensure a perfect cut suitable for various foods. The stainless steel blade is effective and anti-corrosive. If you're on a budget or are looking for starter knives that are of incredible quality (they're recognized as among the best knives in the world), Opinel is an excellent choice.
If you're thinking of registering with us, this list of bestsellers is a great place to start. It'll give you insight into what other couples are choosing for their registry, including classic white dinnerware (often punched with patterned or coloured accessories), wood or ceramic serving pieces and unique home and kitchen accessories. To learn more about setting up a Hopson Grace registry, simply drop us a line: info@hopsongrace.com.

Selected by Walpole as one of the trailblazing 2016 Brands of Tomorrow,
Richard Brendon is known for his considered and refined designs. 
The London-based designer takes on an archaeological approach to his work,
identifying and distilling the best elements from the past and transforming them
into contemporary designs.  Richard aims to bring a new audience
to hand crafted luxury goods and to help regenerate the incredible
industries that make his products. 
The Italian ceramic artist Rina Menardi is highly influenced by sculpture, nauture and organic forms. Her tableware and decorative objects are each unique and deliberately irregular, hand-crafted in her studio just outside Venice. Menardi’s desire is to to produce designs that are ‘removed from the style of so many mass-produced items.’
 
Made in Italy. Dinnerware is dishwasher safe on low temperature.

Robert Haviland collaborated with Camille Parlon in 1924 to form
Robert Haviland and C. Parlon. Their fine porcelain is produced in Limoges.
Beautiful and functional, the result is contemporary china for special occasions.

Sabre flatware was founded on the concept of “mix and match”,
allowing users to mix and match luxury French flatware by providing
high-quality materials and interesting patterns. 
SFERRA is known for sourcing the world’s best natural fibres to produce luxury linens. Founder Gennaro Sferra emigrated to America in 1891 and began selling Italian lace collars and cuffs to society tastemakers on the East Coast. Over the last century the company continued to innovate and produce luxury linens for the home. In 2001 the company introduced the first-ever 1,010-thread-count linen, which was heralded as “turning the linen industry on its head.” Bed linens are sized generously to allow for shrinkage, and their duvet covers’ inside corner ties mean duvets stay firmly in place.
Working with cast iron as its foundation, Skeppshult has been producing hand-made cast iron products since 1906. The Swedish company’s philosophy is that cast iron offers a chemical-free cooking experience, with the added bonus that anything prepared in cast iron becomes fortified with iron and minerals. It can also be used on any cooking surface. Due to the high quality construction, each Skeppshult product will last decades, and comes with a 25-year warranty.
Founded in 1948, SMEG (aka Smalterie Mettalurgiche Emiliane Guastalla) has been producing enamel metal home appliances in Italy’s Emilia Romagna region for over 70 years. The brand is synonymous with quality, technology and design, and is known for its partnership with renowned architects such as Guido Canali, Mario Bellini and Marc Newson. From their 50s retro pastel designs to their more recent partnership with Dolce & Gabbana, if you want a little personality in your home, you’ll find it with SMEG.
The Bertozzi family has been creating block-printed fabrics and porcelain from their Tuscan workshop where everything is made by hand using traditional techniques that date back centuries. Their pear wood stamps are hand-carved, and then applied to linen and select porcelain. Bertozzi’s rich, vibrant colours are a closely guarded family secret, and a combination of steam and water, driven by solar power, offers unrivalled durability and ecological sensitivity.
Three Seven is a marriage between a former French ad executive Caroline Petit and Jonas Mason, an American photographer and artist. Their handmade ceramic plates are designed with a lighthearted spirit and can be found at top retailers around the world including Le Bon Marché in Paris, Jayson Home in Chicago and Tomorrowland in Tokyo.
We've brought back some old favourites along with a sprinkling of new products from one of the design world's most fashionable and forward-thinking trailblazers.

As an homage to the city in which we live and work, we commissioned artist and Story Tiles founder Marga Van Oers to create an exclusive tile of the Toronto cityscape. Toronto has evolved drastically as a city over the last 50 years, with the Mies van der Rohe's TD Centre paving the way for five decades of growth that transformed the city from a burgeoning metropolis to an international hub and the 4th largest city in North America. The perspective of this piece is imagined from the Toronto islands, offering a unique vantage point that captures Lake Ontario and our city's waterfront. 

Story Tiles produces miniature stories painted on classic Dutch tiles, giving an old-fashioned concept new life.

UTOPIA & UTILITY

Based just outside of Venice, Zafferano began producing glassware in 2001. Artistic Director Federico de Majo - a Murano glass veteran - created the ‘Esperienza’ wine glass collection, whose rippled lines earned it an international patent. The collection was designed to facilitate swirling and oxygenation thanks to the grooves formed at the base of each glass. If you’ve dined at Toronto’s Buca restaurant, you'll have enjoyed drinking from a Zafferano wine glass.

Adam Rapoport, Editor of Bon Appetit magazine, wrote that the Zalto was “Quite possibly the greatest wine glass we’ll ever drink from…tall and lean, with an impossibly slim stem, I can’t say whether it made the Barolo taste better, but it made drinking it much more enjoyable.” These lead-free glasses are exceptionally strong because they’re blown in one piece, and because the stem is so thin, it’s actually flexible, making it much more durable than it looks. Robert Parker, the world’s most influential wine critic, is a big fan.

Zwilling's Pro knives are in the top tier of Zwilling knives, featuring a special ice-hardening process that contributes to their strength. The stain-resistant steel blades have a high carbon content. Pro knives are a perfect combination of form and function having been designed in Italy by Matteo Thun, and then made in Germany.