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Tuesday, 23 June 2009

Coming Soon: New Work by Sustain Ceramics

Tweet this Post We have exciting news! Sustain Ceramics have a new collection of home accessories about to launch at Pure Design and its' divine! Crafted by Sarah Jerath, the innovative ceramicist behind Sustain Ceramics, the range of pots and ceramic bottles are beautiful in their simplicity and rich mocha and light cream colours. They look like they would be perfectly at home in an exclusive beach house in Maine New England, they really are very eco chic....

All handcrafted by Sarah in her eco friendly studio in Yorkshire - Sustain Ceramics is award winning in its use of recycled materials.

We will be launching Sarah's newest collection in our Newsletter and including 'an offer you can't refuse', so if you like what you see, don't miss out - sign up now. As a member you also get loads of other fabulous offers, including a birthday gift, and you will hear about all our new products and designers before anyone else!

Sarah also holds a very special place in our heart as she was our first eco designer to join the Pure Design eco family and we are delighted to see that she is making new, and still very fabulous earth friendly work.

Here are a few preview piccies...




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