Flour, sugar, and coffee might seem the most obvious of contents with which to fill a set of three Courtly Check® Canisters, but the possibilities are endless! Keep them in the kitchen with coffee beans and tea bags, cookies and candies, or dog biscuits and birdseed—or invent new uses around the house. Perfect for cotton balls and swabs in the bathroom, pens and pencils in the office, or knickknacks and doodads in the kids’ room. Each enameled steel canister is hand-painted with signature Courtly Checks® and topped off with a carved faux-cinnabar knob. These canisters stand handsomely alone or harmonize delightfully in a set.
Bookmarks can’t hold a candle to keepsakes. So whether your signature dishes come from Grandma’s kitchen or a favorite blog, preserve them with our Courtly Check® Enamel Recipe Box. Topped off with a knob of gold lustre and faux cinnabar, it’s perfect to pair with a set of our coordinating recipe cards as a thoughtful gift for a beloved cook.
A sweetheart of a shape, Heart Bowls are a blissful addition to any home, and a thoughtful gift for a beloved friend. Formed from terra cotta drawn from the heart of the earth and hand-painted with our signature patterns by master artisans, each is handmade, fired, glazed, and stamped by the artisans involved in its creation.
For a frame that can stand up to Mother Nature’s masterpiece, set a fresh-picked bouquet in our handcrafted, hand-painted Taylor Vase. Dublin Hill is inspired by a little country road that climbs from Main Street, Aurora, to the top of a hill where you’re greeted by a spectacular view. Just as lovely filled with wildflowers in the summer months as host to a formal centerpiece during the holidays
For a frame that can stand up to Mother Nature’s masterpiece, set a fresh-picked bouquet in our handcrafted, hand-painted Taylor Vase. Monet honors Giverny’s dining room, beyond the trellised gardens, decked out in delphinium blue and yellow. Just as lovely filled with wildflowers in the summer months as host to a formal centerpiece during the holidays. Peek underneath to see the stamps of each Aurora artisan involved its creation.