Eleish Van Breems Home’s Sunny New Collection

above: Agenta Livijin’s new springtime dinnerwear – Photograph by Neil Landino

Always a sign of growth and renewal, rebirth and new beginnings, the yellow daffodils of Nantucket were the inspiration for Eleish Van Breems Home‘s new exclusive tabletop pottery line of stoneware plates, bowels, serving platters, jugs and espresso cups, featuring artfully drawn daffodils. The line even has giant striped yellow mugs playfully inscribed “Daffodil Coffee” on their interior rim.

“With our sights set on spring and beyond, we wanted to create a line of handcraft inspired tableware that would be cheerful for every day. We immediately thought of our friend, the artist and Swedish potter Agneta Livijn, whose ceramics we carry and who we have known for many years.” says co-founder Edie Van Breems. “At our request, Agneta created drawings of daffodils for the collection that are delightfully loose and playful.”

Adds Rhonda Eleish: “The idea with this line is really to reset, relax and recharge. We envision the Daffodil Collection as being the bright highlight of any table.” Made in Portugal, the Daffodil Collection stoneware is oven and dishwasher-safe perfect for everyday entertaining.

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