We hope this collection makes your holiday shopping a bit easier.
Consider this page your one-stop-shop for everyone, even your design loving friend, your partner who values only expert craftsmanship, and your parents who deserve it all.
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BAR AND GLASSWARE
Meet our bar and glassware collection. These classic, functional wares are sure to be a great addition to any celebration.
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Bower strives to delight, surprise and engage people through simple, clever, functional objects they interact with everyday. Based in Brooklyn, New York, and co-founded by Danny Giannella and Tammer Hijazi in 2013.
Our in-house line started in 2013 as a collection of minimalist jewelry made from basic geometric shapes in sterling silver and 14 karat gold. Motivated by simplicity and exploration, the results are both refined and inventive.
Still House was created by Urte Tylaite. All jewelry is made in New York City.
These hand blown glass pieces by Anthony Cioe reflect both traditional Venetian design (Anthony spent time honing his skills in a studio in Murano, Italy) as well as a minimal contemporary aesthetic. Anthony is known for simple yet exceptionally crafted work. We love his attention to detail, right down to the signature carefully etched on the bottom of each piece. All work is made in Brooklyn.
Crescioni is a Los Angeles based accessories line rooted in traditional craft and culture. Andria Crescioni, the designer behind the line, takes inspiration from the natural landscape and spirit of the American West. All pieces are handmade with natural Argentinean vegetable tanned leather and brass.
For a limited time, enjoy a few of our Still House Jewelry Favorites now set with precious emeralds!
Like Still House Jewelry, emeralds are everlasting. Often valued for their strength, rarity, and brilliance, February is the perfect time to introduce them to you or your partners wardrobe. Combined with our fine delicate jewelry, these emeralds are a miniature pop of color to help you celebrate your love.
Domestic jewelry orders over $200 ship free via UPS 3-day.
Jewelry orders placed by February 7th are guaranteed for delivery by
February 12th in the continental US.
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ENGAGEMENT AND WEDDING
We've got you covered. Here you will find everything from engagement rings and wedding bands to earrings and necklaces for the big day.
See something you like that is marked sold out? Reach out, as we may be able to order it again. Email us to view any of these items in store or inquire about custom work.
Fort Standard is a Brooklyn-based contemporary design studio founded by Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings. Working primarily with long-lasting natural materials, their approach to design is geared toward using traditional production methods in innovative ways. Buntain and Collings describe their work as a "warm-contemporary" aesthetic; a distinct form of language rooted in simplicity and function.
Special and practical, these are gifts you can feel good about giving. Feel free to gift any of these to yourself, we won't tell if you don't.
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Hasami Porcelain by Takuhiro Shinomoto is inspired by traditional Japanese tiered boxes; each piece is easy to stack or re-purpose. Some pieces are left unglazed and are fired at high temperatures for long amounts of time, resulting in a unique texture and a resistance to staining. Each piece is created from a special mixture of porcelain and clay, and is made in Hasami, Japan.
Welcome to our collection of home accents. Each of these objects is made in New York with the intention to bring warmth and conversation to any space.
Please keep in mind that most of these are one of a kind. Contact us to request a temporary hold period as you consider your purchases.
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Looking to freshen up your space? Helping a friend celebrate their recent move?
HUDSON BEACH GLASS
Hudson Beach Glass has been casting functional glass objects in Beacon, NY for over thirty years. Their minimal and functional designs have a classic aesthetic that transcends time and taste. Founded by John and Wendy Gilvey, Michael Benzer, and Jennifer Smith, Hudson Beach Glass also operates a gallery and demonstration studio in Beacon, NY.
Guaranteed to be adored for years. These Still House favorites have an outstanding track record of pleasing all your loved ones.
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MELISSA JOY MANNING
Melissa Joy Manning’s designs embrace the organic qualities of her materials and are made with a commitment to environmental and ethical responsibility. Each piece is handmade in Northern California by an in-house team of skilled designers using recycled metals and ethically sourced semi-precious stones.
Founded in 1978, Menu is a family-run, Scandinavian design company with the unwavering core value to ethically and honestly produce everyday objects that will last for years.
Global designers and architects for Menu collaborate with local craftspeople to bring high-quality, and timeless design to functional homewares we use daily.
Michiko Shimada is a Brooklyn based designer working with hand-crafted ceramics. Each piece is slipcast in her Greenpoint studio using custom color-dyed porcelain. Michiko's work places everyday forms in new contexts, transforming them into playful design pieces and functional objects.
Molly McGrath is a designer based in San Francisco who explores laser cutting as a craft. Molly was professionally trained as an architect and is heavily influenced by her background. She runs her studio with a focus on design, craft, and tech.
Mondays is a line of organic ceramic vessels made by Jennifer Fiore and Nina Lalli, two friends that met in a Monday night ceramics class. Each product is handmade in their Brooklyn studio, resulting in shapes, colors, and textures that are one of a kind.
N + A
N + A is a finely crafted handmade jewelry line based in New York City. Founders and sisters Noriko and Akiko Sugawara create organic forms with a minimalistic approach. The two make their jewelry using hand carved castings, resulting in fine detail and texture.
NO. is run by the Brooklyn-based artist and ceramicist Romy Northover. Northover studied at Goldsmiths, University of London, and has lived and worked in Hong Kong, Berlin, and Venice before settling in New York. Her wide range of influences contribute to her work's lasting aesthetic; she refers to her style as "ancient future."
Robert mixes his own zinc-based glazes that form crystals on the surface of each piece during firing; this creates unique patterns and textures. The wide range of colors in his work comes from adding varying amounts of cobalt, zinc, iron, silver, and tin oxides. He enjoys the technical challenge of seeing how far he can push the clay, and his forms often have elongated and narrow openings.
Sergio Silva is a New York City-based industrial designer who combines his love for architecture, art, and design with technology to make furniture and geometric sculptural objects.
All Still House jewelry is made from recycled metals and ethically sourced diamonds. For questions or assistance styling, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sugahara has been producing glassware in Japan since 1932. Each piece is hand-blown by master craftsmen, creating work that is both visually stunning and high quality.
Has the power to make takeout look luxe. A great gift for yourself or your favorite host.
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Precise, simple, and warm. Tracie Hervy’s ceramics are the work of a master thrower. Yielding work that is nearly uniform in shape, Tracie’s process also results in pieces that reveal subtle individualities welcomed by the artist. The inspiration for her forms and clean palate stem from Morandi’s paintings, as well as the purity and functionality found in prehistoric vessels.
Before receiving her MFA in ceramics from the Rhode Island School of Design, Tracie’s studies began at West Village’s Greenwich House Pottery.
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Urban Oasis creates unique ceramic pieces that are designed in New York City. Their functional products are characterized by a matte exterior and a shiny, glazed food-safe interior. Each piece is slipcast and made with dyed porcelain.
Yoon Young Hur is an artist based in Seoul and New York City. She draws from her background in Architecture, exploring form and materiality with elements sourced from her two homes. Yoon Young Hur is a graduate of The School of The Art Institute of Chicago and Cooper Union, Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture.
In the artist’s newest body of work, Antecedere, the artist explores how one can develop a personal, cultural, and familial connection with an object. In this collection, Yoon Young interprets ancient Korean ritual vessels, “Togi” which date back to 1 B.C. The artist navigates the multiplicity of designs that have since been lost over the years and translates them into this contemporary body of work.
All pieces in Antecedere are one-of-a-kind and handmade in NYC.
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ZOKA is a line of stoneware made by a New York City based artist, Zoë Kantor. Zoë first began throwing in 2013 and created her own ceramics line in 2016.
Combining hand-built and wheel-thrown elements, her line explores playful shapes to create interactive sculptural forms.For special orders and other inquiries, please reach out to email@example.com.