Dreamlights are a range of floral candleholders, completely handmade in Germany. Each Dreamlight is made with a glass shell, the decoration is arranged and inserted and it is then filled with gel, to hold it in place. The base is sealed and a tealight candle added to complete the Dreamlight. Each item is gift boxed. With 18 styles to choose from, including florals, fruits and artworks – there is sure to be a design to suit everyone. Priced from $25.
Stylish Scandinavian-inspired cheeseboard set, plus a matching carving set, from Dansk.
[ December, 2014 ]
Poole Pottery is all about individuality. Each piece is unique - a combination of contemporary design and traditional skills, blending old and new, hand and machine, tradition and innovation.
We have exciting new ranges of vases, plaques and other items in Poppy Field, Tallulah (pictured) and Volcano patterns
[ August 11th, 2014 ]
The latest from English company Fairmont & Main, Arctic White is pure white vitrified porcelain tableware, featuring a wide range of items perfect for everyday use yet ideal for elegant occasions.
[ August 11th, 2014 ]
This classic Burleigh pattern was previously called 'Bluebird', and depicts the Oriental 'fable of the birds congress' where different birds come together to elect a king. The peacock felt that as the most beautiful bird he should be king.
First produced in 1913, we welcome the return of this design, re-named 'Regal Peacock'. See the range on our Regal Peacock page.
[ May 12th, 2014 ]
United States Consul General Jim Donegan (pictured right in the photo below left) recently cut the ribbon to launch the Lenox department at Smith & Caughey’s department store in Auckland.
Mr Donegan and Raines Homewares Managing Director, Geoff Topham (pictured left in the photo), welcomed a crowd of around 50 guests, which included United States Deputy Chief of Mission, Marie Damour; management, staff and VIP customers of Smith & Caughey’s; members of the American Women’s Club; and American Chamber of Commerce.
They introduced the Lenox brand and opened an exhibition of the Lenox Presidential tableware, which highlights the pedigree of this 120 year old American homewares icon, and which had previously been on show at Wellington department store Kirkcaldie & Stains.
[ October 11th, 2013 ]