Consider something from our latest spring collection: round plates with ethereal grayscale depictions of Granville's stars or lush, extreme close-ups of roses; delicate heart-shaped trays with wispy botanical drawings; and slender trays with a full compendium of leaf shapes from lance to lyre to whorled.
For his collaboration with the eco-minded, NC-based furniture company Cisco Brothers, John Derian looked to the past—specifically 18th and 19th century antiques—to conjure ideas for the present. Browse our full collection of Cisco, and all furniture and lighting pieces here.
The lone mythical creature in the Chinese zodiac, the dragon is a representation of strength, good luck, health, and wisdom. All things that, frankly, we'd be happy to welcome more of. To celebrate this Lunar New Year we've corralled our own collection of dragons from a new stuffed version by Stieff to handblown glass ornament versions. See it all here.
As John Derian is an avid card player himself, conjuring a deck was second nature. Based on an early 19th century deck, the signature John Derian cards are a winning hand for avowed players and devotees of vintage ephemera. Complement your John Derian card deck with your preferred suit (hearts, diamonds, spades and clubs) captured in decoupage.
Since 1996, Aster de Villatte's ceramics have embodied the essence of timeless craftsmanship and elegance. Meticulously handcrafted by artisans, each piece tells a story of artisanal passion and attention to detail. From delicate tableware settings to enchanting decorative pieces, their collection seamlessly blends the past with the present, inviting you to embrace the beauty of handmade artistry in every curated creation.
John’s early obsession with printed matter ultimately led him to decoupage, the art of cutting and pasting paper. Since 1989, he and a small studio of artisans in New York City have been creating glass plates, trays, bowls, and other decorative home items with imagery from his vast and ever-expanding collection of 18th and 19th century prints.