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Fire & Heir
Eclectic jewelry that marries metals, combines styles and bridges generations.
Handcrafted by Ashton Ratzlaff in Asheville, NC.
A journey from heat and sheet to treasured heirloom.
“Each piece I create for Fire and Heir is made from recycled metals. I work mostly with sterling silver, bronze, and copper. Most pieces are patinaed slightly to add depth to the sunken relief areas of each piece and to give the illusion of age. The metals used will continue to age on their own, tarnishing with time and contact with the elements. Personally, I find it to be a beautiful and natural process, especially in any
“marriage of metals” piece, as it creates a much more dramatic effect between contrasting metals.
However, tarnish can easily be removed and brightness restored with a polishing cloth or fine grit scotch-brite.”
Unique, luxurious crystal jewelry. Handcrafted with intention & love in Asheville, NC.
“I have been making jewelry since January of 2019 and have loved every second of it! I mostly make my jewelry using the technique called wire wrapping, meaning I use many different gauges of wire to weave and create intricate designs. I also use precious and semi-precious gemstones that can be found all around the world!
What first started out as a hobby that I enjoyed doing while going to college, quickly grew into an obsession! I truly feel my most authentic and confident self when I am creating and working with my hands. Finding inspiration for new designs and watching them come to life is such a rewarding experience! Life is short and unpredictable, and this is why I started this business; because creating is what I am passionate about and I strive to live an immensely passionate and fulfilled life.
I think jewelry can be more than just an accessory to an outfit, I believe it can actually enhance your mood, build your confidence, and show off your unique style! My goal is to create these unique, handcrafted pieces of wearable art with intention and love so when you wear it, you also feel your most authentic and powerful self! It’s a reminder to live a life that is immensely passionate and one that continues to fill you up.” – Hannah
Nicolette Mayer is a lifestyle brand that includes wallpaper, murals, fabric and Art de la Table such as placemats, acrylic trays, fine napkins, and cocktail napkins, among other categories. Nicolette Mayer’s design philosophy combines timeless elegance with modern edgy chic.
Profiled in most of the top national and international design magazines, including AD, AD Russia, AD Germany, The Wall Street Journal, Elle Decor, Traditional Home, Flower Magazine, CC&T, the Robb Report, Luxe Magazine, Country Homes, Marie Claire France, etc., Nicolette Mayer is among the world’s top editeur brands.
Her Tabletop collection is revolutionary in shaking up the tabletop category with modern high-low styling, bright colors and beautiful pattern, making it once again a playful expression of style and fashion.
When artifacts, talismans, ancient beads, and magic are combined, the result is
Lannie Cunningham has been creating stunning pieces of jewelry and home embellishments for over 35 years.
Her pieces are collected by celebrities and lovers of art world wide.
L. Abrams Originals by Lucy Abrams
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and raised in a family of artists/artisans, Lucy Abrams has been passionate about the creative process most of her life. As a multi-medium artist, she has amassed a vast tool chest to draw from for ideas and techniques. Now living in Asheville, NC, the beautiful natural surroundings are what inspire Lucy the most. Using shape, color, and texture to provide her with limitless opportunities to design a one-of-a-kind (or very limited) pieces.
Dan Campbell is the craftsman behind “One Man’s Hands”. Dan Campbell and his wife, Dorothy, moved to Asheville, NC in 2004 after retiring from corporate life. They designed and built a timber frame home overlooking the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Dan has been a hobbyist woodworker for over 40 years and proceeded to build several furniture pieces for their new home. After completing all of their furniture needs, he turned his focus on new & exciting projects, resulting in a passion for small boxes.
Dan likes to search out exotic wood species and especially figured woods, such as curly maple and quarter sawn white oak. All of his boxes are handmade after the initial dimensioning of rough lumber, and special attention is paid to the joinery, unique accents, and finishing processes. Each piece is hand-sanded to 1000 grit and then hand-rubbed with a propriety blend of natural oils and waxes. This handiwork results in an excellent finish.
Located in beautiful SoCal, Two Loose Tools is a creative shop of ideas where beautiful vintage treasures meet func
tionality and take on a new life.
Our products are unique and beautiful objects from the past where they take on a new existence through Rick’s imagination and craftsmanship.
At Two Loose Tools, we blend the tools of creativity and compliment them with old and new collaborative designs inspired by vintage treasures.
Art can be functional, inspiring and allow a connection to emotions, where you may just see something that catches your eye, brings back memories and makes you smile!
Two Loose Tools creative studio is always in motion. In the works are more lamps ideas, futuristic robots, musical inspired creations and much more.
“The best things in life are old, loved and rescued.” – Rick Held
“The ‘treasure hunt’ of finding materials, buttons, beads and trims from all around the world gives me the gratifying process of imagining how I could use them together. These special treasures, that might otherwise be overlooked, capture my enthusiasm and imagination to create beautiful and unique objects. The results always presents a very happy surprise everything is already there we just need to imagine it.”
Arrowhead Hemp Farms was established early in the Spring of 2019 in the beautiful mountains of Asheville, NC. Our Appalachian family farm is nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. We strive to consciously and organically grow the highest quality Cannabis Sativa for our family and yours.
In 2021 Arrowhead became USDA Certified Organic through Oregon Tilth’s certification program. We also applied and received our Federal Hemp Growers License so we can continue growing craft Cannabis in Western North Carolina in 2022. We are seed to sale which means by supporting us, you are directly supporting our family. We thank you!
Our mission is to spread awareness about the amazing potential of Cannabis Sativa. We are cultivating an ancient and sacred herb in ancient and sacred mountains. Respect your roots! Every plant is grown with love and affection. The “Tree Farm,” as our son, River, calls it, is our sanctuary.
We believe that healthy roots build healthy plants and families.
As a graphic designer with a background in Chemistry, Botany and Zoology, Surya along with Dave who was a teacher, was fascinated by the idea of helping our baby’s brain develop by literally playing with visuals. We built a fun and creative world of animals and nature themes, thoughtfully designed to entertain and educate. We take into account each stage of child development to encourage learning through play. Each of our safe and sustainable learning toys for babies are founded on years of research to support your little one’s growing mind.
Wee Gallery’s scope expanded as we learned along with our kids, and we now have a product line that reaches up to 5 years of age. We hope to continue to create toys that are simple, clever, and help you discover the beauty of connecting with the little people that are most important to us.
Our toys and products are made from sustainable materials and follow ethical standards of manufacturing.
Years of formulation and testing hundreds of unique fragrance combinations, each fragrance is designed to be uniquely familiar yet curiously new. Les Deux fragrances are meant to be worn by anyone. Each fragrance interacts with your skin’s natural pheromones to create a distinctive fragrance experience.
Formulated, blended and designed in Nashville, TN.
Cruelty Free | Paraben Free | Phthalate Free
Member 1% For The Planet.
What’s the best way to care for my garment?
• Dry clean
• Lightly steam to remove wrinkles
• Hang on a fabric hanger (gentler on the material), or store loosely folded
• Keep in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight
What is Cupro?
Cupro is a sustainable and eco-friendly fabric made from cotton waste—the tiny fibers that stick out of cotton seed and are too small to spin (also known as cotton linter). These ultra-fine, silky fibers are collected instead of thrown away, dissolved into a solution, spun into fiber, and then woven into fabric.
Cupro is biodegradable and recyclable because it is 100% plant based. It’s silky smooth and drapes beautifully, similar to silk. In addition to these, it has some other pretty great properties:
Where do you source your fabrics?
Our fabrics are sourced through multiple acclaimed vendors out of NYC. Our silk comes from Korea, and the cupro comes from Japan. Our goal is to source everything locally, unfortunately this is not a sustainable option yet.
What and who is involved in creating the garments?
Our designer creates the initial designs—from there she creates a paper pattern and physical sample of each piece. A magical husband and wife team based out of the garment district in NYC then creates a new pattern and begins the tedious preparing and sewing of the pieces. Both cupro and silk are very tricky fabrics to work with. A lot of time and great care is taken in the sewing of each piece.
What does one size mean?
Our dusters are created to fit many different body types. As we realize it’s not possible for any one garment to fit everyone, our intention is to accommodate most. The cut of the garments are specifically designed to accentuate the beauty of many different body sizes.
I love the garments, how do I wear them?
Our garments are designed to be multifunctional, so that they can serve whatever purpose you’d like of them. Some people wear SERPEN around-the-house as a soft, lusty bedroom garment. Or as the best friend to your morning coffee. Other’s wear the sets to special events like weddings or a night out with friends. Others wear a duster with jeans to brunch or the office. It’s really up to you! THere are so many different expressions based on what you’re feeling.
We design our pieces for you—to look unique, elegant, and stylish, no matter the setting. They can work together as complete outfits, or in isolation as accent pieces to the other beautiful pieces in your current wardrobe.
What is a duster?
A style originally worn in the 1920s when traveling in an open car. Our dusters are a type of overgarment worn either directly on the skin or over clothing. Because our pieces are multi-functional we didn’t want to do them any disservice by naming them robes. Our dusters are designed to capture the feeling of timeless, luxury, uniqueness, and effortless style.
They can be worn in any setting, to complete any look, from casual to formal, and ensure you look stunning in each. Dusters add an air of class to any outfit, and can be worn as part of an look, or alone.
I developed a love of personal style and interesting things early on. Houses, art, jewelry, places, people. Jewelry is especially fascinating, as a pair of earrings can change ones mood as well as their outfit. From fine estate jewelry to 70’s chic to hip and modern—it all speaks to me. Jewelry is a way we communicate. We can define ourselves for the day or create our history in photos.
I don’t know about you, but my life doesn’t offer a lot of time to fuss, so it’s important for my pieces to be versatile. Denim to cocktail ™, I call it.
Love and Flowers,
Beginning in the mid-90s, Assouline brought the illustrated book market to life with products that were modern, luxurious and creative. Today, the luxury book market has become an indispensable tool for luxury brands. Because of decreased visibility in print publications whose distribution has dramatically plummeted and the rise of digital media and “influencers,” luxury brands need a “tangible” product to define their DNA and position themselves in the marketplace. This presents an opportunity for brands to describe their heritage, define their style and bring their creations to life for their international clientele as well as the business world.
“Our digital world goes faster than ever and nothing remains of it, but books are the solid part of our past and present. They also are beauty. For us, books are a matter of intellect and emotion, of heritage and innovation. Because information is not only about today, and the past is a sensational source of inspiration.”
-Prosper & Martine Assouline
Averie was born during countless Zoom calls at the height of the lockdown. Let’s face it, at one point we were all spending an awful lot of time in our favorite (worn-out) tracksuit bottoms.
As a group of young working women ourselves we thought:
Every woman deserves to treat herself a bit…
Especially those who lead hectic lifestyles and don‘t have time for themselves. Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could just roll out of bed and seize the day?
Our PJs casually accompany you through the day into the evening – injecting a bit of luxury into your everyday routine. From the moment you wake up to the moment you rest your head on the pillow. The meaning of the name Averie is ‘magical being’, which we thought was the perfect name for our pajamas.
Our pieces are made by our small-scale, fair-trade textile producer in Istanbul – Turkey. We resonated with their team of talented tailors, and especially with their ethical production practices. All our pajamas are made to order in a bid to counter fast fashion, ensuring that we never make more than we can sell.
A Natural + Sustainable Approach to Healing + Everyday Living
Provides holistic, sustainable health + living through curated products. Hand made in North Carolina by a collaborative mother + daughter(s) trio learning the necessary skills to bring natural, holistic healing to you.
San Francisco Bay Area designers Kate McIntyre and Brad Huntzinger have devoted twenty years of design collaboration to evolving our idea of casual elegance.
Their Oly line’s translation of showroom level design into an accessible collection has made them favorites of the design press. Noted design author and lecturer Diane Saeks has written of Kate and Brad “new products leap from their imaginations like sparks from a fire.”
Whether turning those imaginations toward interiors, furniture, artwork, lighting or fashion, the end result is welcoming and relaxed with an original persona – classic yet fresh, luxurious, sophisticated and cool.
SERPEN was created by Dyanna Csaposs to empower expression through the intersection of art & life. All of her creations are inspired by order, nature, the imagination, and the inner self. SERPEN is a sustainable brand of conscious pieces for every body, taking great care in all aspects of manufacturing. Every garment is ethically made, with the principles of slow fashion.
At Lara B., we handcraft distinctive, lightweight, and durable leather handbags and accessories using a combination of texture, shape, and color. High-quality genuine leathers are hand selected domestically and around the world, some sparkly and some shiny, creating a collection with clean lines and classic practicality.
Each design becomes a perfect go-to handbag in our RI studio; first as an idea, then a sketch to be worked in muslin. Once finalized, each piece is hand cut in leather and sewn. Finishing touches are added and a stylish, timeless piece in gorgeous leather is complete. The ‘go anywhere’ flexibility of elegance transforms your little black dress or your favorite jeans into a fashion statement!
British Vogue, Elle, Cosmopolitan, House of Coco and Fashion London have recognized Lara B. Designs.
The Lara B. Designs name
During an evening of brainstorming on paper napkins with a dear friend, the name Lara B. Designs was born! Many ask what the B. represents. The B. is for my Dear Westie, Basil. He was the sweetest, kindest, most gentle soul who cared only about food, his Bear and being by my side day and night, while I designed and developed the business. The butterfly was added to the logo in 2014 as a sign of his continued flight…
I love designing something that is adored and cherished, something you love!
Smile. Hug. Love.
Sara Marcy’s passion for textiles developed at an early age. Raised in a family of artists and sewing enthusiasts, she had access to an abundance of scrap fabrics and enjoyed experimenting with a variety of sewing projects throughout her childhood. As a young adult, her love of travel and culture amplified her interest in textiles. From Belgium to India, she was exposed to everything from lace making to block printing and acquired a collection of beautiful and unique fabrics.
Over the years, Sara has transformed her textile findings into a collection of scarves, arm warmers, handbags, dresses, hats, jewelry, pillows, and more. She works in many materials, including silk, leather, Italian wool, and cashmere. The guiding principle for the fabrics she chooses is sustainability; most materials are vintage, second-hand, or remnants. She finds great satisfaction in sewing, dyeing, painting, and adorning these materials to create one-of-a-kind pieces.