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Crafted for the home

limited edition home collections

We explore our deep appreciation for craft heritage with regional makers and artists, infusing objects for the home with their ancient skills.

New in: Natural Selection ceramics

Natural Selection unites the hearts, minds and stomachs of Farrokh Aman and James Binning, brought together through a shared enjoyment of good company and good food. Our new ceramic collection by Natural Selection heroes 10 unique vegetables that are unusual or unexpected in their shape, texture or form; 9 out of the 10 styles have been moulded from varieties grown at Daylesford Organic Market Garden in Gloucestershire.

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New in: Michael Ruh

Glass blower Michael Ruh puts emphasis on a timeless, tactile aesthetic with minimal embellishment. The mini vase collection reimagines Bamford's seasonal colours in individually handmade and unique glass vessels - perfect for floral displays.

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New in: Alice Andrea Ewing

Pomarius is an ongoing collaborative project led by the artist Alice Andrea Ewing, produced through the Italian Investment or Renaissance Lost Wax process. The Tree of Life Bronze Figs come either whole or in halves and create a wonderful autumnal decorative piece for the home.

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New colours: Bamford vases

Caropot produces stoneware for the home and garden with a classic, pared down aesthetic, originating and made from Caro Harris's home studio in the Cotswolds. Five silhouettes have been updated for autumn-winter in new seasonal colour ways.

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‘I’m sure I do my most creative work when all my senses are happy.’ - Caro Harris


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Supporting artisan communities

Artisans rarely work in isolation; their method is rooted in a strong connection to the landbase from which they source their materials, or the social background of their community. Learn more about our sustainability commitment to Keeping Craft Alive.

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