Ceramica Salerno by Maxwell & Williams is designed and produced in the south-east coastal region of Salerno in Naples, Italy. The range includes six stunning designs each with their own style and colour, based on maiolica ceramics; tin-glazed pottery from the Renaissance era.
Donna Sharam’s world is full on colour! But she wouldn’t have it any other way. The Byron Bay based artist is a self-described ‘colourist’, and from fashion and teaching to creating her paintings she’s always incorporated a rainbow of colour and character to her work.
Joel Moore, known as ‘Mulga’, has transformed his life from a career in finance to a world full of bold and bright colour, bearded bards and zany anthropomorphised animals. We’re thrilled to introduce him as one of the latest additions to the talented group of Australian artists we collaborate with. His inaugural collection features twelve designs on a range of mugs and coasters.
Our Teas & C’s collection, created for luxe moments with tea, cake, coffee and condiments are celebrating new block-colour additions designed to mix and match with the original delicate floral designs of Contessa.
Inspired by the Italian tradition of maiolica tin-glazed ceramics, our new Majolica collection is a contemporary take on artisanal tableware and features floral designs brought to life in a rich colourful palette.
When we talk about setting the table, a dinner set is usually the first thing that comes to mind. Your selection of plates, bowls and accessories is the blank canvas for the meal and sets the tone of the occasion, whether it’s casual or formal; traditional or contemporary.
There are a few dishes that hold a special place in the hearts of all Australians and lamingtons are one of them. Experiment with modern flavours and create a new mouth-watering combination with this twist on an Australian classic.