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      Princely Garden Tool Duel

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      Prince Charles Meet Prince Louis Albert de Broglie In advance of planting season, it may be time to think about replacing or upgrading your garden tools, and Prince Charles’ Highgrove Shop, and Prince Louis Albert de Broglie’s Le Prince Jardinier have some of the finest tools around. The High Grove Estate, home to Charles, Prince…

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      Golden Holiday Baubles from Miranda Thomas

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      Each holiday season, renowned Vermont master potter Miranda Thomas sets to work creating a limited run of hand painted holiday ornaments. Working in her hilltop studio and in her pottery workshops tucked along the Ottaquechee River near Woodstock, Vermont, Thomas hand paints with 24k gold, mini porcelain masterpieces destined to become family heirlooms. She also…

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      Seagrove, North Carolina’s 200 year old pottery tradition

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      Located 40 miles from Greensboro, NC on a stretch of highway known as the “Potter’s Highway”, Seagrove is home to one of the highest concentrations of potters in the country. Sometime during the 1700’s, before the American Revolution, the first families of the area used the abundant clay resource to make functional wares for use…

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      On a Quest for an Authentic Crepe Pan: E. Dehillerin, Paris

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      Located in Paris on the Rue de Coquillière (Right Bank), E. Dehillerin is a rabbit’s warren of narrow aisles and wooden floor to ceiling shelves, crammed with every imaginable cooking accessory from beautiful copper crepe pans to giant soup ladles. The store caters to professionals, though welcomes the “at home” chef. There are few labels…

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      Juliska Glassware: Art for Everyday

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      Juliska was launched in 1999 by husband and wife design and tableware aficionados David Gooding and Capucine De Wulf. Their glassware blends historically inspired European design sensibilities and traditional glass blowing methods with contemporary functionality. Made by highly skilled artisans in the hills outside of Prague, each piece of glassware is hand signed and unique….

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      PKS Bronze Garden Tools: Deterring Slugs and Snails and Improving Soil Quality

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      As the days begin to lengthen in the Northern Hemisphere and the seed catalogues appear in the mailbox, for some, thoughts turn to gardening. Whether you are preparing to tend your containers on the balcony of your flat, or thinking about planting seeds in the greenhouse, consider these beautiful hand made bronze gardening tools inspired…

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      Swans Island: Handwoven Heirloom Quality Blankets

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      Using handlooms, natural dies and wool from Corriedale sheep raised on the rugged Maine coast, this small company makes both winter and summer weight blankets that are beautiful, functional and worthy of passing along to the next generation. With the company’s focus on quality, community and authenticity, Swans Island has won a Smithsonian Blue Ribbon…

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      Culinary Tea

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      Culinary Tea – is a beautiful new book by tea sommelier Cynthia Gold and author Lise Stern explores this ancient plant in its many forms. The authors inventive recipes (Jasmine Dumplings; Green Tea-Lacquered Salmon; Tea-Rubbed Short Ribs; Earl Gray Crème Brûlée; Apricot-Oolong Champagne Cocktail for example) paired with the rich history of tea cultivation and…

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