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Image / Editorial

Social Pics: Created And Found


by Niamh ODonoghue
27th Oct 2016
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Last night saw the launch of a contemporary small batch homeware + lifestyle range designed by Jette Virdi and made in Ireland in collaboration with local makers. “Created & Found” is a homeware and lifestyle range that encapsulates slow living, functionality, and aesthetics, with a focus on creating incredible products that encourage memories and experiences around food. Jette worked with local Irish makers to create this collection that incorporates ceramics made in Kilkenny, wood products from Westport, linens from Wexford and beeswax items from Donegal. ?Only 50 pieces of each item have been created in a bid to bring together a range that is truly special and in keeping with a slow living, maker focused ethic. The range incorporates a ceramic dinner plate, bowl, and beaker, a chopping board in five sizes, linen aprons, tea towels and napkins, two styles of wooden spoons (serving and cooking) and beeswax candles. Items range from €8 to €55.

Items range from €8 to €55. Made in Ireland, shipped worldwide, launching 26th October.

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