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Metal Artists

Dog Coffee ScoopWater Lily Coffee ScoopGinkgo Leaf Coffee ScoopCat Moon Ornament

Lisa Schallert   ·   Lisa Schallert resides in Philadelphia and has been designing and making jewelry professionally since she was 18. Her “beasts, bugs and botanicals” collections includes jewelry, tableware, small household items, and accessories in various metals using the lost wax casting method. Each piece of Animal Vegetable Mineral jewelry and home decor is handcrafted in Lisa's studio in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.



Herb Napkin Rings for EightGinkgo Leaf Napkin RingsItalian Herb Napkin RingsGinkgo Leaf Ornament

Michael Michaud Table Art   ·   The Michael Michaud Table Art collection features beautiful home accents that are cast directly from nature. Michael has been forming molds of natural elements into beautiful pieces of art for over 30 years. Each piece begins with a mold created directly from a botanical element using a process similar to the lost-wax casting method. Table Art is cast in pewter and plated in gold, with some designs also incorporating zinc, brass, sterling silver, semi-precious stones, freshwater pearls and hand blown or lampwork glass. These molded pieces are then transformed into unique and functional home decor and kitchenware. Michael Michaud's Table Art is handcrafted at the Four Seasons Design Studio in Bellmore, New York.



Bunny Rabbit Tooth Fairy BoxBird Measuring Spoon Set w/ Wall RackHeart Coffee ScoopHeart Measuring Spoon Set

Beehive Handmade   ·   Beehive Handmade is made up of husband and wife team Jim Dowd and Sandra Bonazoli. Inspired by the design of old kitchenware and home decor items that they found at estate sales and flea markets, they are dedicated to creating heirloom-quality items that are both functional and decorative.



Beehive Teabag HolderFleur De Lys Measuring SpoonsTrio of Little Twig SpoonsPair of Twig Spoons

Crosby & Taylor   ·   Crosby & Taylor has it's roots in a love for woodworking, fabrics, ceramics, and a fortuitous venture into pewter metalwork. Since they opened their design shop, Tin Woodsman Pewter, in 1985, Deborah and Jim Chapman along with their close-knit group of assistants have been producing handmade metalwork in Western Oregon.