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  • Dekocandle Burnt Orange Cylindrical Candle, 15cm
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    For more than 15 years, DEKOCANDLE has specialized in the production of high quality hand poured candles. They combine pure craftsmanship with contemporary design. All candles are available in an extensive colour palette of 70 colors.

    100% Parafin Wax

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  • Jim Lorriman
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    Born in Toronto in 1947, Jim Lorriman has pursued woodworking from a young age. For the past ten years he has been applying his skills full-time as a self-taught woodturner in his Mulmur Hills, Bits & Pieces Studio, near Mansfield, Ontario.

    Different kinds of woods pass through the door of Jim's studio - stair railings, window frames, siding, hockey sticks, old boat parts, lathing and dock cedar. He works his magic and this wood begins a new life as one of Jim's creations.

    6.5 inches in height with a 7.25 inch diameter.

    1609008

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    Born in Toronto in 1947, Jim Lorriman has pursued woodworking from a young age. For the past ten years he has been applying his skills full-time as a self-taught woodturner in his Mulmur Hills, Bits & Pieces Studio, near Mansfield, Ontario.

    Different kinds of woods pass through the door of Jim's studio - stair railings, window frames, siding, hockey sticks, old boat parts, lathing and dock cedar. He works his magic and this wood begins a new life as one of Jim's creations.

    8.5 inches in height with a 8.75 inch diameter.

    1410001

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    Born in Toronto in 1947, Jim Lorriman has pursued woodworking from a young age. For the past ten years he has been applying his skills full-time as a self-taught woodturner in his Mulmur Hills, Bits & Pieces Studio, near Mansfield, Ontario.

    Different kinds of woods pass through the door of Jim's studio - stair railings, window frames, siding, hockey sticks, old boat parts, lathing and dock cedar. He works his magic and this wood begins a new life as one of Jim's creations.

    10.25 inches in height with a 10.5 inch diameter.

    1209008

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  • Jim Lorriman 'Doodles' Spalted Maple B Bowl
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    Born in Toronto in 1947, Jim Lorriman has pursued woodworking from a young age. For the past ten years he has been applying his skills full-time as a self-taught woodturner in his Mulmur Hills, Bits & Pieces Studio, near Mansfield, Ontario.

    Different kinds of woods pass through the door of Jim's studio - stair railings, window frames, siding, hockey sticks, old boat parts, lathing and dock cedar. He works his magic and this wood begins a new life as one of Jim's creations.

    6.5 in height with a 13.25 inch diameter.

    1608003

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  • Jim Lorriman An Old Dock Revisited Cedar and Epoxy Platter
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  • Jim Lorriman Antique Pine Box
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    Jim Lorriman Antique Pine Box

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  • Jim Lorriman Beyond the Stars Birch B Bowl
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  • Jim Lorriman Elan Spalted Maple Platter
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  • Jim Lorriman Foundation Spalted Maple B Bowl
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  • Jim Lorriman Full of Promise Curly Maple L Bowl
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    Born in Toronto in 1947, Jim Lorriman has pursued woodworking from a young age. For the past ten years he has been applying his skills full-time as a self-taught woodturner in his Mulmur Hills, Bits & Pieces Studio, near Mansfield, Ontario.

    Different kinds of woods pass through the door of Jim's studio - stair railings, window frames, siding, hockey sticks, old boat parts, lathing and dock cedar. He works his magic and this wood begins a new life as one of Jim's creations.

    4 inches in height with a 10.5 inch diameter.

    1610013

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  • Jim Lorriman HITM
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    From Jim's notes...

    I was commissioned by one of the current residents of St. Helena Island to make some pieces from wood from a 106 year old cabin. I fulfilled the requirements of the commission and still had plenty of wood left over. My customer graciously consented to my request to use some of this wood for the "History in the Making" project. Notice the rich patina of the pine and the original surface that I have left on the rim.

    Approximately 14 inches in diameter.

    1408006

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    Sir Oliver Mowat, one of the Fathers of Confederation, built this Georgian-style house in 1856 on land that was originally owned by Samuel Peters Jarvis. Mowat was also the great-great-uncle of Canadian author, the late Farley Mowat.

    In 1861 Mowat sold the house to Edward Rutherford, the president of Consumers Gas Company. Havergal College bought "Northfield" in 1913 and continued at this location until 1932 when the school moved to its present location on Avenue Road.

    Northfield House then became a barracks and training facility for the Women's Division of the RCAF for the duration of the Second World War.In 1946 the house became the Ontario Region Headquarters for the CBC and in 2005 it became part of the campus of the National Ballet School.

    "In Sir Oliver's Service", made of pine is part of Jim's, History In The Making, project.

    Approximately 13 inches in diameter. 

    ITEM 1607009

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    From Jim's Notes...

    When I was a younger man I had the opportunity to work doing boat repair for Norm Goodwin at "The Beacon", as we called it, for several summers.

    Norm was also very resourceful. When the price of western cedar skyrocketed he researched other sources and came up with a considerably less expensive cedar called eastern white. He bought a freight car load and used it for all his new docks.

    Eastern white cedar does not have the same qualities as western red cedar. It is very soft and not as durable. I had an opportunity several years ago to get some of that original white cedar that Norm purchased and have made a set of 4 chargers from it. I named the chargers after the area and some of the major owners of the marina, namely; "The Pointe au Baril Community", "Albert H. Richardson", "Carl Groskorth" and "Norm Goodwin".

    This is the "Norm Goodwin" charger from the Beacon Marine series of Jim's, History In The Making project.

    Approximately 14 inches in diameter.

    1408016

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  • Jim Lorriman HITM
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    Logging took place on the shores of Georgian Bay for over 200 years. Starting in the 1700's and continuing until early in the twentieth century, the sawmills along the Bay were busy. First they took the pine. Pine trees 50 metres tall were common. Hardwoods such as oak, birch, maple and beech in excess of a thousand years old were also common.

    The hardwood logs proved to be a lot more trouble than the pine. Being considerably denser than the softwoods, they rode very low in the water and by the time a log boom had been towed the length of Georgian Bay as many as 50% had sunk to the bottom. 

    "Now Only a Story", made from salvaged beech is one of the chargers from "The Underwater Wood" series made for Jim's, History In The Making, project. Some of the wood in these chargers is over a thousand years old. 

    Approximately 14 inches in diameter.

    1408004

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  • Jim Lorriman HITM
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    Logging took place on the shores of Georgian Bay for over 200 years. Starting in the 1700's and continuing until early in the twentieth century, the sawmills along the Bay were busy. First they took the pine. Pine trees 50 metres tall were common. Hardwoods such as oak, birch, maple and beech in excess of a thousand years old were also common.

    The hardwood logs proved to be a lot more trouble than the pine. Being considerably denser than the softwoods, they rode very low in the water and by the time a log boom had been towed the length of Georgian Bay as many as 50% had sunk to the bottom.

    "Past Lessons", made from salvaged beech is one of chargers from "The Underwater Wood" series made for Jim's, History In The Making, project. Some of the wood in these chargers is over a thousand years old.

    Approximately 14 inches in diameter.

    1306011

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  • Jim Lorriman HITM
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    Logging took place on the shores of Georgian Bay for over 200 years. Starting in the 1700's and continuing until early in the twentieth century, the sawmills along the Bay were busy. First they took the pine. Pine trees 50 metres tall were common. Hardwoods such as oak, birch, maple and beech in excess of a thousand years old were also common.

    The hardwood logs proved to be a lot more trouble than the pine. Being considerably denser than the softwoods, they rode very low in the water and by the time a log boom had been towed the length of Georgian Bay as many as 50% had sunk to the bottom.

    "Resurfacing", made from salvaged elm, is one of the chargers from "The Underwater Wood" series made for Jim's, History In The Making, project. Some of the wood in these chargers is over a thousand years old.

    Approximately 14 inches in diameter.

    1408001

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  • Jim Lorriman HITM
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    From Jim's notes...

    I was commissioned by one of the current residents of St. Helena Island to make some pieces from wood from a 106 year old cabin. I fulfilled the requirements of the commission and still had plenty of wood left over. My customer graciously consented to my request to use some of this wood for the "History in the Making" project. Notice the rich patina of the pine and the original surface that I have left on the rim.

    Approximately 14 inches in diameter.

    1408008

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  • Jim Lorriman HITM
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    From Jim's notes...

    I was commissioned by one of the current residents of St. Helena Island to make some pieces from wood from a 106 year old cabin. I fulfilled the requirements of the commission and still had plenty of wood left over. My customer graciously consented to my request to use some of this wood for the "History in the Making" project. Notice the rich patina of the pine and the original surface that I have left on the rim.

    Approximately 14 inches in diameter.

    1408005

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  • Jim Lorriman HITM
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    From Jim's Notes...

    I had one piece of wood that would be suitable for the History in the Making project and in order to maximize the yield, I measured twice and cut once. Doing this I was able to get a platter blank that was considerably larger than double the width of the original piece.

    The wood is pine and quite soft so I had to turn and sand the piece carefully. The piece has now been signed and dated. I called it "A House on Jarvis Street".

    From the Northfield House series of Jim's, History In The Making, project.

    Approximately 17 inches in diameter.

    1408031

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  • Jim Lorriman HITM
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    From Jim's notes...

    I was commissioned by one of the current residents of St. Helena to make some pieces from wood from this 106 year old cabin. I fulfilled the requirements of the commission and still had plenty of wood left over. My customer graciously consented to my request to use some of this wood for the "History in the Making" project. I made a set of 4 chargers from the small pieces that I had removed from above the doors. Notice the rich patina of the pine and the original surface that I have left on the rim.

    "The Islands of Pointe au Baril" charger is part Jim's, "The Cottage at St. Helena" series

    Approximately 14 inches in diameter.

    1408007

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  • Jim Lorriman HITM
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    Logging took place on the shores of Georgian Bay for over 200 years. Starting in the 1700's and continuing until early in the twentieth century, the sawmills along the Bay were busy. First they took the pine. Pine trees 50 metres tall were common. Hardwoods such as oak, birch, maple and beech in excess of a thousand years old were also common.

    The hardwood logs proved to be a lot more trouble than the pine. Being considerably denser than the softwoods, they rode very low in the water and by the time a log boom had been towed the length of Georgian Bay as many as 50% had sunk to the bottom.

    "The New Barons?", made from salvaged maple, is one of the chargers from "The Underwater Wood" series made for Jim's, History In The Making, collection. Some of the wood in these chargers is over a thousand years old.

    Approximately 14 inches in diameter.

    1306016

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  • Jim Lorriman HITM
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    Logging took place on the shores of Georgian Bay for over 200 years. Starting in the 1700's and continuing until early in the twentieth century, the sawmills along the Bay were busy. First they took the pine. Pine trees 50 metres tall were common. Hardwoods such as oak, birch, maple and beech in excess of a thousand years old were also common.

    The hardwood logs proved to be a lot more trouble than the pine. Being considerably denser than the softwoods, they rode very low in the water and by the time a log boom had been towed the length of Georgian Bay as many as 50% had sunk to the bottom.

    "What Once Was", made from salvaged elm, is one of the chargers from "The Underwater Wood" series made for Jim's, History In The Making, project. Some of the wood in these chargers is over a thousand years old.

    Approximately 14 inches in diameter.

    1408003

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  • Jim Lorriman In The Beginning Spalted Maple B Bowl
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  • Jim Lorriman Maple Canker & Epoxy Platter,
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    From Jim's Notes...

    For the last few years I have been working with clear epoxy. Initially, I used it thinned as a stabilzer for spalted and slightly rotten wood. Using it at full strength has allowed me to use and explore woods that are all but useless without the integrity that the epoxy brings to the turning.

    Approximately 17.5 inches in diameter.

    1606003

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  • Jim Lorriman Recycled Decks & Docks Wood Charger
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    Jim is a Canadian wood turner living in Murmur, Ontario He acquires old cedar decks and docks from Canadian cottage country, transforming them into beautiful chargers. What many consider firewood become a piece with deep, rich colours and natural edges that reflect the passage of time.

    Each of these chargers unique... some have knot holes, some have nail holes, each is a functional piece of art with a personality of it's own and baring it's own name. The image provided here is similar to, but not an exact representation of the dock wood chargers currently in stock.

    Approximately 14 inches in diameter.

    ITEM 2JL-DOCK-CHARG

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  • Jim Lorriman Spindrift Spalted Maple B Bowl
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  • Jim Lorriman Sunrise Maple Canker Platter
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  • Jim Lorriman The Hadean Eon Spalted Maple B Bowl
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  • Jim Lorriman White Oak Platter
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    Born in Toronto in 1947, Jim Lorriman has pursued woodworking from a young age. For the past ten years he has been applying his skills full-time as a self-taught woodturner in his Mulmur Hills, Bits & Pieces Studio, near Mansfield, Ontario.

    Different kinds of woods pass through the door of Jim's studio - stair railings, window frames, siding, hockey sticks, old boat parts, lathing and dock cedar. He works his magic and this wood begins a new life as one of Jim's creations.

    17.5 inches in diameter.

    1506016

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  • Jim Lorriman, The Language of Time, Spalted Maple Platter
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    Richard Brendon's Bespoke collection allows you to customize bone china patterns in a palette of 12 colours. Selected by Walpole as one of the trailblazing 2016 Brands of TomorrowRichard Brendon is known for his considered and refined designs. The London-based designer identifies and distills the best elements from the past and transforming them into contemporary designs.

    Care: Hand Wash, Not Dishwasher or Microwave Safe

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    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at info@hopsongrace.com or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120.

    10.6" (27cm) DIA • ITEM RBB10-RBBBB0003-B

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  • Richard Brendon Burnt Orange Line Bread Plate, 18cm
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    Richard Brendon's Bespoke collection allows you to customize bone china patterns in a palette of 12 colours. Selected by Walpole as one of the trailblazing 2016 Brands of TomorrowRichard Brendon is known for his considered and refined designs. The London-based designer identifies and distills the best elements from the past and transforming them into contemporary designs.

    Care: Dishwasher and Microwave Safe

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    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at info@hopsongrace.com or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120.

    7" (18cm) DIA • ITEM RBB08-RBBBB0006-B

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  • Richard Brendon Burnt Orange Line Cereal Bowl, 15cm
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    Richard Brendon's Bespoke collection allows you to customize bone china patterns in a palette of 12 colours. Selected by Walpole as one of the trailblazing 2016 Brands of TomorrowRichard Brendon is known for his considered and refined designs. The London-based designer identifies and distills the best elements from the past and transforming them into contemporary designs.

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    5.9" (15cm) DIA • ITEM RBB08-RBBBB0017-A

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  • Richard Brendon Burnt Orange Line Coupe Dinner Plate, 27cm
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    Richard Brendon's Bespoke collection allows you to customize bone china patterns in a palette of 12 colours. Selected by Walpole as one of the trailblazing 2016 Brands of TomorrowRichard Brendon is known for his considered and refined designs. The London-based designer identifies and distills the best elements from the past and transforming them into contemporary designs.

    Care: Dishwasher and Microwave Safe

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    10.6" (27cm) DIA • ITEM RBLBO0007

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  • Richard Brendon Burnt Orange Line Coupe Salad Plate, 23cm
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    Richard Brendon's Bespoke collection allows you to customize bone china patterns in a palette of 12 colours. Selected by Walpole as one of the trailblazing 2016 Brands of TomorrowRichard Brendon is known for his considered and refined designs. The London-based designer identifies and distills the best elements from the past and transforming them into contemporary designs.

    Care: Dishwasher and Microwave Safe

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    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at info@hopsongrace.com or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120.

    9" (23cm) DIA • ITEM RBLBO0008

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  • Richard Brendon Burnt Orange Line Dinner Plate, 27cm
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    Richard Brendon's Bespoke collection allows you to customize bone china patterns in a palette of 12 colours. Selected by Walpole as one of the trailblazing 2016 Brands of TomorrowRichard Brendon is known for his considered and refined designs. The London-based designer identifies and distills the best elements from the past and transforming them into contemporary designs.

    Care: Dishwasher and Microwave Safe

    Special Order, please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at info@hopsongrace.com or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120.

    10.6" (27cm) DIA • ITEM RBB08-RBBBB0003-B

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    Richard Brendon's Bespoke collection allows you to customize bone china patterns in a palette of 12 colours. Selected by Walpole as one of the trailblazing 2016 Brands of TomorrowRichard Brendon is known for his considered and refined designs. The London-based designer identifies and distills the best elements from the past and transforming them into contemporary designs.

    Special Order, please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at info@hopsongrace.com or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120.

    100ml • ITEM RBB08-RBBBB0015-A

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  • Richard Brendon Burnt Orange Line Mug
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    Richard Brendon Burnt Orange Line Mug

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    Richard Brendon's Bespoke collection allows you to customize bone china patterns in a palette of 12 colours. Selected by Walpole as one of the trailblazing 2016 Brands of TomorrowRichard Brendon is known for his considered and refined designs. The London-based designer identifies and distills the best elements from the past and transforming them into contemporary designs.

    Care: Dishwasher and Microwave Safe

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    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at info@hopsongrace.com or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120.

    250ml • ITEM RBB08-RBBBB0013-A

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  • Richard Brendon Burnt Orange Line Rim Soup Plate, 23cm
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    Richard Brendon's Bespoke collection allows you to customize bone china patterns in a palette of 12 colours. Selected by Walpole as one of the trailblazing 2016 Brands of TomorrowRichard Brendon is known for his considered and refined designs. The London-based designer identifies and distills the best elements from the past and transforming them into contemporary designs.

    Care: Dishwasher and Microwave Safe

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    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at info@hopsongrace.com or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120.

    9" (23cm) DIA • ITEM RBB08-RBBBB0004-B

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  • Richard Brendon Burnt Orange Line Salad Plate, 23cm
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    Richard Brendon's Bespoke collection allows you to customize bone china patterns in a palette of 12 colours. Selected by Walpole as one of the trailblazing 2016 Brands of TomorrowRichard Brendon is known for his considered and refined designs. The London-based designer identifies and distills the best elements from the past and transforming them into contemporary designs.

    Care: Dishwasher and Microwave Safe

    Special Order, please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at info@hopsongrace.com or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120.

    9" (23cm) DIA • ITEM RBB08

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    Richard Brendon's Bespoke collection allows you to customize bone china patterns in a palette of 12 colours. Selected by Walpole as one of the trailblazing 2016 Brands of TomorrowRichard Brendon is known for his considered and refined designs. The London-based designer identifies and distills the best elements from the past and transforming them into contemporary designs.

    Special Order, please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. 

    Should you have any questions, please contact us directly at info@hopsongrace.com or 416.926.1120 / 1.866.926.1120.

    3" (7.6cm) DIA • ITEM RBB08-RBBBB0014-A

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  • Richard Ginori Babele Covered Urn, Blue
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    Richard Ginori Babele Covered Urn, Blue

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    Established in 1735, Richard Ginori is one the oldest porcelain manufacturers in the world. Known as the Ferrari of tableware, the company has established itself as the gold standard in the world of luxury goods. Ginori porcelain has graced the museums and tables of many European fine homes and luxury hotels, including the Vatican. Known for quality, craftsmanship and Italian design, Richard Ginori was acquired in 2013 by the Gucci fashion house.

    The Babelle collection features a colour palette focusing on the shades of blue and red, while the design of each object recreates the fading effect of the underglaze embellishments; evoking XVIII century serial decorations obtained by using the stencil technique. Babele embodies all the characteristics that established Richard Ginori as an institution in its field, encapsulating in one single collection the perfection and know-how of the Florentine Manifattura. Contemporary meets tradition, without abandoning the brand’s distinctive classic and sophisticated essence.

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    11" (28cm) H x 11.5" (29cm) DIA • ITEM G01713600 0200 A6355

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  • Story Tiles Looking for You, 10x10cm
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    Story Tiles are miniature stories on old-fashioned Dutch tiles, or “Dutch Whites”, that have been made since the 16th Century.  Amsterdam-based visual artist Marga van Oers gives old tiles a new life with her unique, detailed and humorous collages.  Every Story Tile tells its own story. Use as a coaster or wall art for your home or office.

    10x10 cm | 4"x4" • ITEM LOOK-FOR-YOU

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  • Story Tiles Where Are You Going, 10x10cm
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    Story Tiles are miniature stories on old-fashioned Dutch tiles, or “Dutch Whites”, that have been made since the 16th Century.  Amsterdam-based visual artist Marga van Oers gives old tiles a new life with her unique, detailed and humorous collages.  Every Story Tile tells its own story. Use as a coaster or wall art for your home or office.

    10x10 cm | 4"x4" • ITEM WHERE-GOING

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