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We’ve written about vintage tablewares and why we love everything about this trend. What’s old is new, yada, yada, yada. Attempts have been made to perfect antique finishes (or should we say im-perfect?), but we should have figured that reliable Arc Cardinal would release the most rustic and affordable texture. It’s called Patina and the soft, grey, lustrous appearance refers to the finish developed from a highly distressed tumbled process.
We sat down with Kieran Fahey, CEO and Founder of Culinary Wood Designs, to talk about the best applications for wooden products in a hospitality setting. What we learned might surprise you!
This week, we welcome a new addition to the Little M Tucker family of dinnerware collections: Concrete. This is the first exclusive we’re offering from one of our preferred partner factories, Bauscher Hepp.
At Little M Tucker, we believe that the simplest things are often the most beautiful. That is why we’ve partnered with Chef Angelo Sosa to bring you one of the newest, most unique solutions to chef attire: AOS by Sosa bib aprons.
We’re pleased to introduce a innovative line by the creative Revol Porcelain team in Saint-Uze, France.
Since its inception, Drinique has become the industry leader in non-glass drinkware.
Photo by Hugo Juarez for Steelite USA. The Laguiole steak knife handle has a rich history; first crafted in 1829 by a blacksmith in the small village of Laguiole, France for farmhands and field workers. Its origin is one not of fine dining nor table setting, but utility.
We’re pleased to announce that M. Tucker is now stocking a new, exclusive vintage china range in our warehouse for immediate delivery.
There’s a new flatware in town—well, not really. Sambonet has long been the most specified flatware brand on the market—the family owned company has been crafting silver and steel products for two whole centuries.