Mini Milk Bottles

Porcelain milk bottles glazed on the inside and finished with a gold luster stopper.

 

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Goldtop Porcelain Milk Bottles

Hand cast, porcelain milk bottle with gold stopper.  Made from an original English  vintage glass milk bottle.

 

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Porcelain Gold Finch

Porcelain bird ornaments finished in a clear glaze or gold luster (bright or antique). Each delicate bird is hand made, working best in a cluster of 2 or 3 together.

 

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Bud Vase Glassware

This beautiful hand blown vase emphasises the simplicity of a single flower. The glass stem inside the vase holds a single flower with water, allowing the glass vase to encase the beauty of the flower itself.

 

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Contemporary Glassware

Shan's contemporary hand-made glassware makes for a special gift or an elegant way to decorate the home.

Weddings

Shan offers a wedding rental service. Make your wedding accessories unique and memorable! Alternatively Shan's products make for a special wedding gift.

Porcelain Ornaments

Shan's unique hand-made porcelain ornaments are her signature products. These delicate and playful ornaments add a whimsical charm to any interior.

Commissions

Shan works on commissions and installations for shops, galleries, private clients and museum collections. Recent commissions have been for Selfridges and Waddeston Manor.

208 Duecento Otto

  I have been known to choose a restaurant for its interiors… I’m a sucker for a good looking venue. However if the food isn’t up to scratch, I won’t go back. 208 on the other hand, is a firm favorite. Set back from the main street on Hollywood Road in Sheung Wan, I instantly [...]

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House of Hackney

      I’m partial to a pattern, but usually far more likely to go for something bold and geometric than floral….. that was until I came across House of Hackney. I have been familiar with HOH since their early days when I was still living in Dalston. I was instantly curious about this new [...]

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Emma Hack

I went to Asia contemporary Art fair in the Conrad Hotel earlier this year, and was immediately struck by the work of Emma Hack, shown by Australia’s Retrospect Gallery. The piece that caught my attention was from Emma’s collection of delicately beautiful and subtle  paintings/photography are inspired by the wallpapers of famous Australian wallpaper designer [...]

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