The American black walnut table from Jonathan Field has a mirrored waney/live edge inset into a 45mm thick top with an oil finish. Measuring 220x110cm, the table was made to commission for a private client from two pieces of solid walnut. Different sizes and designs can be made to order, no two pieces of furniture are the same. All furniture by Jonathan Field is hand made in his East London workshop.
The Curious vase by Mianne de Vries offers the user a choice: do you destroy the vase to find out what is inside, or do you always remain curious? The Curious vase consists of several vases within each other, with variants of two to four in each. Made from ceramics, there are three different vase forms and three different colours, green, grey and blue. Created to evoke emotions, these hand-made vases are built around each other and can only be exposed by breaking the vase surrounding them.
The Bouquet vase, designed by Czech product designer Daniel Pirsc, is described as ‘flowery, fragile and monumental’. It is available with three different coating options – white, ground gold and with a gold decor on each of the blossoms. Pictured is the gold coated option. Dimensions are; 49 x 23 x 13 cm. The vase is hand-made, produced under the close surveillance of the designer and equipped with a certificate that guarantees its originality and authenticity.
French designer Thomas Pausz and Berlin manufacturer Via Werkstaetten have teamed up to produce the Domino Tray and Butler. This limited edition hand-made piece is a contemporary take on traditional teatime furniture. It is precisely detailed and fabricated from powder-coated solid steel and the addition of natural leather string provides space to store magazines. The minimalistic base produced in collaboration with neue tische, Berlin, carries a detachable tray, finished off with a matrix of colourful domino pieces.
Established by Scottish designer Kenneth Topp, Bronzino artisans create hand-made containers from solid copper and zinc. Neptune and Nautilus, pictured, are formed by hammering hot metal and then tin-plating it, resulting in a finish like old silver. They can be used indoors and outdoors, and thanks to their lightness are ideal for use on roof terraces and balconies. Bronzino will be launching scaled up and miniature versions of some of their designs at Decorex.