Armadillo Grestel Super strong stoneware for oven to table. The exterior ribbing is in a matt glaze, the interiors shiny for easy cleaning. We couldn’t resist Armadillo for the name, an endearing and tough creature.
Cook, Serve, Enjoy Ulster Ceramics A “cross over” range between the kitchen and the table in a range of colours. It made a big impact when launched in 2001 and started a trend for more colourful stoneware.
Pop Nambé A riot of colour in a silky smooth glaze. It’s the white edge on the plates that sets Pop apart. We still can’t work out how the factory did that!
Origin Nambe Full of opposites and contradictions, Origin is playfully serious. We enjoy the creative freedom when designing for Nambé.
Jason Atherton Social John Lewis Inspired by Michelin starred chef Jason Atherton’s restaurants and bars, the social range brings his relaxed style of drinking and dining to our homes. The common ground between Jason and Studio Levien is a passion for detail and quality. The large Lazy Susan and a riser to free up space […]
Edesia Dansk Following in the footsteps of the great Scandinavian designer Jens Quistgaard, it is the hand cut relief texture on the glasses that sets Edesia apart.
Joyn Stoneware Arzberg A short range of stoneware in beautiful tactile glazes to extend Joyn Porcelain
Hand Painted Stoneware Bluebellgray Simple, strong shapes are the perfect canvas for Fi Douglas’ beautiful watercolour florals.
Ora Sango Ora is the Latin for beach, who doesn’t love a sea-washed pebble? Launched at Ambiente in 2019 to great acclaim, some said it stole the show.