opts for substance and solidity over ethereal clarity, beckoning light to play on a defined surface instead of just passing through. Surfaces are ribbed, faceted, carved; finishes are mercury-like, reverse painted, or crackled. Delicacy gives way to visual presence.
formed the bones of palaces of old; today, they find new life in smaller yet no less refined forms. Each stone’s veining is crafted patiently over geologic time, and no two are ever alike; they tell a one-of-a-kind story of their journey from quarry to home.
gets its surface appeal from lifelike scenes, abstract curves, painted metallic rims—no rules, just whatever catches the artist’s fancy. The techniques are still those passed down through the generations, and porcelain remains synonymous with “priceless.”
are all things gold, silver, nickel, and brassy, refined with hand-applied details and human artistry. Sometimes, the edges are softened; at other times, they’re etched or knurled, creating industrial notes that resonate with classic forms.