Cork: From Champagne to Chic  
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Cork: From Champagne to Chic  

From the birth of champagne – French Benedictine monk Pierre Dom Perignon was the first to realize this humble bark could be used to seal the bottl...

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A Thousand Years of Coffee
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A Thousand Years of Coffee

Coffee is one of the most universally loved beverages in the world with more than 2.2 billion cups consumed daily. But where did it come from? Whic...

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The History of Glassblowing
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The History of Glassblowing

Glass blowing has been around for some time, invented by Syrian craftsmen more than 2,500 years ago. When purchasing quality glassware or art glass...

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Belgian Linen: A Love Story
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Belgian Linen: A Love Story

Looks good, lasts forever. Absorbent, soft, gets better with use. Small ecological footprint. And worth its weight in gold. Just ask the Egyptians.

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Our All-Natural Soap Ingredients
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Our All-Natural Soap Ingredients

Get to know the organic ingredients used in our signature soap—chemical free, palm-oil free, paraben free, sulfate free. Exclusive formulations des...

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What is Artisanal?
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What is Artisanal?

I bet you’ve had occasion to wonder just what the label ‘artisanal’, or the term ‘artisan’ really mean. The unregulated adjective has been appropri...

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MAGIC IN THE MUD
Culture + Craft

MAGIC IN THE MUD

We are very thankful for the opportunity to work with our main artisan partners in Mexico—a group of diverse Mexican potters located in the states ...

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