Introducing the first iteration of Emilia Wickstead Home.
Emilia worked alongside master craftsmen to bring the collection to life;
Heavy crystal water and wine vessels are hand blown in Murano by artisian glassmaker Giberto Venezia, designed by Emilia to have a rippled, graphic effect;
Porcelain plates are made in Limoges, France by heritage brand Leglé and feature signature geometric and solid green borders;
Silver plated cutlery is hand made in small batches in England;
Table linens are made in Tuscany and feature the same geometric motif.
A family-run business since the late nineteenth century and based in the Limoges district of France, Leglé is a producer of exceptional porcelain tableware. Renowned within the industry for the specially patented firing and glaze technique. Leglé’s ceramicists and enamelers work with meticulous detail, combining traditional art with modern processes
Giberto Arrivabene Valenti Gonzaga, Founder of Giverto Venezia grew up in Venice surrounded by beauty and craftsmanship. His roots and early years have deeply influenced his approach to glassware, working with experienced artisans, on the island or Murano, to hand make timeless object d’art, using traditional methods that date back to the thirteenth century.
Working with the most prestigious family-run mills our table linen is handcrafted in Tuscany. Focusing on sustainable and ethical production processes, each piece is finished with signature embroidery detail.
Handmade in Sheffield, the home of British silverware production, we work with world-renowned cutlery producers who pride themselves on keeping alive heritage silversmith techniques.