This four-in-one combo came allows you to play Chess, Backgammon, Snakes and Ladders and Ludo, otherwise known as Parcheesi (and similar to Sorry! and Trouble). Compact and colourful, they come in a wooden box and are made in Greece.
Match 1995 is handmade in northern Italy by artisans. Each piece is stamped and slightly unique due to its handmade nature. Match pewter was born form 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.
Care: Dishwasher Safe (on low temperature). Hand washing recommended.
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.
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.
The Zalto Axium decanter makes a dramatic statement on the dining table when paired with the elegance of Zalto stemware. Designed for all red or white wines that require ample room to breathe.
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.
Care: Dishwasher and Microwave Safe.
If not in stock, please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.
12" DIA (30.5cm) • ITEM G01713700 003RG00 FCT910 0305