Period-inspired wares for your kitchen and table.
A British classic.
Build a better biscuit.
Put a lid on it, 1900s style.
A bag for better bread.
Inspired by 19th century vintage moulds.
Handcrafted using ancient Italian techniques. Beautiful!
Forest to table, as it has been for centuries.
An American classic goes modern.
French or Belgian style, for your farmhouse kitchen.
A hand-turned walnut pasta cutter to make making better.
Mais oui! Looks like French tiles but handles high traffic areas.
Put all your eggs on one lovely ash wood board.
Time for flapjacks?
3 sizes, 3 colors of the classic.
Fry in fashion.
Can't hold a candle to these.
As big as our appetite.
Don't be shy about covering up.
Dry goods perfectly.
Go over board.
Because some things are timeless.
Protect your butter, the French country way.
Add some rustic charm to dinner.
The rooster on these plates is adorable.
Fine porcelain 6 ounce pitcher; made by skilled craftspeople in France since 1818.
Pattern created by Pillivuyt in the 1920s for cafes to display their menus.
Porcelain dinner plate from 1920s pattern, from Pillivuyt since 1818.
Created in the 1920s, still amazing. What's on the menu? Cereal or coffee.
One spiffy tiffin.
A cradle for your dough.
Inspired by 19th-c moulds.
Brooklyn's best pie shop!
The easy chair of mugs.
Paint the table blue.
Rustic farmhouse dreams.
France in your kitchen.
Set for success.
A home for flowers, or coffee.
Statement salads inquire within.
Invite Ross Poldark over.
Heavy enamel-coated cast iron.
Forest to table.
One scoop, or two?
Pick a size, any size.
Classic white serveware.
Dinner with a side of history.
Canvas bags replace paper.
Their house to yours.
Time for tea.
The new everyday ice cube tray. What could be cooler?
Designed for dispensing and storing milk; vintage design.
Basket of bounty. To market with you, for flowers and veg!
Très chic. For all your pantry organization needs.
Ice, ice, bébé.
Raw, organic and natural linen.
Bottle opener, jar lid lifter.
Creamore Mill UK made.