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About Our Artists

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Porteous Tiles are handmade in New Zealand by the family of Neville and Gill Porteous. For over 25 years Porteous has been creating this beautiful Arts and Crafts collection.
Inspired by historic Japanese ceramics, Ernest Batchelder and Claycraft, California artist Laird Plumleigh has created a unique and beautiful style all his own.
Laird Plumleigh

Rennie & Rose are the primere maker of fine tapestry and
jacquard home goods.  Insipred by beauty, dedicated to
craftsmanship and Made in the USA.
Rennie & Rose

Motawi Tiles are the finest examples of authentic Arts and Crafts
tiles made today. Each piece is carefully handmade by the Motawi family in their Ann Arbor, Michigan studio

Motawi Tile
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The Motawi Tileworks has joined with the Frank Lloyd Wright
Foundation to create a stunning collection of authentic Wright

See more Frank Lloyd Wright Tiles
The frames we offer are handmade by master craftsmen at the Dard Hunter Studio in Chillicothe, Ohio.  These solid oak frames fit Motawi Tile Perfectly and are of the highest quality.
Dard Hunter Arts and Craft style Frames
Schlabaugh & Sons specializes in producing functional items made of the highest quality native & imported hardwoods. Each item crafted by hand in their Kalona, Iowa workshop.
Schlabaugh & Sons
For over 65 years later, Whitehall Products has offered the same mastery in detail with each original carved and cast product. Whitehall's castings are highly regarded for their elegance.
Whitehall Products House Numbers and Laterns

The Motawi Tileworks has joined with a California based jewelry designer, Jae Salvage, to create a collection of Art and Crafts style inspired jewelry.  
Jae Salvage Designs

Pewabic Pottery is a studio and school located in Detroit, Michigan and founded in 1903.The pottery continues its operation today and is a National Historical Landmark.
Pewabic Pottery