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Modern-Lace Collection Everyday Elegance

Featured Designers

When creating our looks each month, we look for inspiration from the seasons, the garden, our unique pieces, our customers, and of course some of our favorite china, glass and accessory designers. Here's a selection of some of them.

William Yeoward

Born from a collaboration between William Yeoward and Timothy Jenkins in 1995, in the UK, the company seeks to take classical crystal designs and recreate them with a modern twist. The designs are sold throughout the world  and range from beautiful colored glass, to bar staples and fine crystal.

Autumn Delight Collection Everyday Elegance
Dagger Mountain Mottahedeh Everyday Elegance


Mottahedeh is the recognized leader in luxury ceramic antique reproductions and historic designs. They license authentic fine china reproductions from the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, the Historic Charleston Foundation, Mount Vernon, and Winterthur Museum and Gardens. They have been commissioned by the White House and the Diplomatic Corps to produce collections used in an official state capacity. We feature many of their collections such as Tobacco Leaf,  Famille Verte and Blue Canton.

Christopher Spitzmiller

Known for his iconic pottery lamps, Christopher has more recently expanded into tabletop - dishes, hurricanes, vases, cachepots and wine coolers.  Many of his items have beautiful gold or platinum luster finishes that are gorgeous.

Christopher Spitzmiller Platinum Gourd Everyday Elegance
Lapis small platter Everyday Elegance


L’OBJET is the life work of Founder and Creative Director Elad Yifrach. Born and raised in Israel, Elad established himself as an interior designer in Beverly Hills, prior to taking up residence in New York.


He is a  lifelong traveler with a global design perspective, and each collection is a spirited homage to both the cultures which inspire them and the artisans who bring them to life.

Bill Tansey

We love the floral abstract art by former floral artist turned painter and photographer Bill Tansey.

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