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  1. Baba Tree - Ethically Woven Ghanaian Bolgatanga Baskets

    Baba Tree - Ethically Woven Ghanaian Bolgatanga Baskets

    A supplier of Ghanaian Bolgatanga baskets, The Baba Tree Basket Company is the creation of Gregory McCarthy, who picked up on the idea of re-selling locally made cloth, baskets and beads in his native Canada to fund an ill-fated Ghanaian cultural drumming career.... Continued
  2. Helle Mardahl's Handblown 'Candy' Glass

    Helle Mardahl's Handblown 'Candy' Glass

    Helle Mardahl is a Danish artist and designer whose work encompasses sculpture, installation, painting, fashion and interior design. Her ‘Candy’ series is marked by a sense of the ornate coupled with flamboyance which boarders on the lavish, whilst nodding towards the eccentric.... Continued
  3. Tribaliste - A Curation of Traditional Crafts

    Tribaliste - A Curation of Traditional Crafts

    A curation of tractional crafts, Tribaliste is dedicated to supporting Berber and local craftsman in Morocco. Their ... Continued
  4. Interview with Miyu Kurihara - Japanese Ceramicist

    Interview with Miyu Kurihara - Japanese Ceramicist

    Can you tell us more about your background? I was born in Frankfurt, Germany in 1989 and grew-up travelling between both Germany and Japan but now I’m based in London. I decided to s... Continued
  5. Minä Perhonen: Reimagining the living space

    Minä Perhonen: Reimagining the living space

    Create a contemporary Couverture home this season with an exciting new offering from Tokyo-based fashion and textile brand, Minä Perhonen. For the opportunity to make your own home furnishings and clothing, we are excited to be offering... Continued
  6. Brand Focus: Ichendorf Milano

    Brand Focus: Ichendorf Milano

    We are delighted to welcome glassware specialist, Ichendorf Milano to Couverture this autumn. Producing cutting-edge tableware in collaboration with contemporary Italian designers such as Frederico Angi and Mist-O. Pieces are hand-formed and fired in... Continued
  7. New Recruits: Jim Green Pottery

    New Recruits: Jim Green Pottery

    Jim Green is a South London based potter who works primarily in ceramics. Relatively new to the scene, he has been specialising in creating simple yet functional pieces for the past four years, all of which is thrown, turned... Continued
  8. New Recruit: Vessel & Time

    New Recruit: Vessel & Time

    Vessels for Modern Living Hand-crafted in Dorest, Vessel and Time’s ceramics are born out of a love for all things made with time and patience. The collection features jugs, cups, bowls of every description as well as vases, utensil pots... Continued

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