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We’re obsessed with Cantaria layered in White (shiny) and Matte White!!🤍
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Cantaria, which means stonework in Portuguese, aptly describes this masterfully created collection. The organic shape and hammered texture offers a traditional look, or a sophisticated, modern elegance. Mix, match and play, the 13 stunning colors complement each other when layered. Simple, timeless and pure perfection definitely describes the Cantaria Collection. Handcrafted in Portugal ...Read more of post

Be bold & daring like this bride and mix matte platinum dinner with satin gold Arcades dessert 
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Fiskars Living US, LLC
November 20, 2017
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Fiskars Living US, LLC
November 20, 2017

"Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better."
–Samuel Beckett, "Worstward Ho"
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Mottahedeh at Mottahedeh
October 26, 2017
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Mottahedeh at Mottahedeh
October 26, 2017

Fall flourishes in flowers & ferns no matter the chilly weather in New Jersey. Getting inspired with all sorts of plants to fill our centerpieces for the holidays!
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Mottahedeh at Mottahedeh
January 22, 2017
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Mottahedeh at Mottahedeh
January 22, 2017

Did you know that Chinese New Year is next Saturday? We also noticed that many of you, while searching for our products, want to know more about how porcelain is made.
The story about fine China porcelain will, therefore, make a perfect match. Enjoy it.

Porcelain and other types of ceramics are such an integral part of our everyday life that it is not something we notice. This was not always the case. Porcelain was once the rarest of materials in the 16th, 17th and 18th ...Read more of post

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Stephanie Barrett at Salisbury
May 21, 2016
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Stephanie Barrett at Salisbury
May 21, 2016

In honor of the upcoming Preakness Stakes, here's a little bit of history about the Maryland Julep Cup! Maryland has been home to many talented craftspeople. As a matter of fact, it is still home to the talented craftspeople here at Salisbury! We chose the graceful and functional designs of the presentation cups made by Andrew Ellicott Warner of Baltimore (c. 1805-1870) to represent the state. When you are looking for a gift to express goodwill or to mark a special ...Read more of post

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Mottahedeh
December 6, 2015
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Mottahedeh
December 6, 2015

With the chill in the air, our December Pattern of the Month is Snowflakes!

In collaboration with National Geographic, Mottahedeh has recently release the new pattern called "SNOWFLAKE"!

Imagine a candlelight dinner, a holiday gathering or an after snowman outing with a hot cup of cocoa. National Geographic's photo archive is the inspiration for this delicate design. Each actual snowflake was originally hand painted in icy tones of blue and silver.

Wilson Bentley(1865–1931...Read more of post

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Fiskars Living US, LLC
September 27, 2015
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Fiskars Living US, LLC
September 27, 2015

It doesn't matter that the summer has come to an end. The Elegance Collection is perfect all year-round!
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Lenox Corporation
June 7, 2015
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Lenox Corporation
June 7, 2015

Did you know the piggy bank originated from the 15th century?



In Europe, in the 15th century, nearly all house wares and other household items made from pottery were made out of orange clay called Pygg Clay. This included the containers made to hold small items such as the coins that workers earned each day. The coins would remain in those “pygg jars” until they were needed, so that they wouldn’t be lost.

Interestingly, the name of the barnyard animal did not become “pygg...Read more of post

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June 7, 2015 • 01:48 PM
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cool trivia! pigs are named after pyggy jars. amazing.
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Salisbury
May 16, 2015
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Salisbury
May 16, 2015



In honor of the upcoming Preakness Stakes, here's a little bit of history about the Maryland Julep Cup! Maryland has been home to many talented craftspeople. As a matter of fact, it is still home to the talented craftspeople here at Salisbury! We chose the graceful and functional designs of the presentation cups made by Andrew Ellicott Warner of Baltimore (c. 1805-1870) to represent the state. When you are looking for a gift to express goodwill or to mark a special ...Read more of post

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