Monthly Archives: August 2013

Mixology – Waterford’s new cut-crystal collection

For over 200 years Waterford has been renowned for designing and creating beautiful cut-crystal stemware.

If you imagine cut-crystal glass to be a bit old fashioned then prepare to be amazed. Their latest collection is a brave move and far from what you would expect.

Meet the Mixology Collection: Continue reading

Potter Light by Bruce Rowe – was necessity the mother of invention?

History doesn’t relate to how the Potter Light came to be.

Potter Light in charcoal by Bruce Rowe (image by Scottie Cameron)

Potter Light in charcoal by Bruce Rowe (image by Scottie Cameron)

 

I like to imagine it was the result of architect and artist Bruce Rowe (of MAKE Architecture and Anchor Ceramics) trying to find the right light for a job…

And when he couldn’t, necessity became the mother of invention and he took a seat behind his potter’s wheel and created his own. Continue reading