Boutique ceramics emporium Lavallier has just released a quirky range of contemporary functional homewares and jewellery, perfect for those stores looking to add a collection that is unique and modern at the same time.
Handmade in its studio in Melbourne, the ceramic dining ware range features large serving platters, dining plates, smaller side plates and bowls in pastel colours with hand brushed 22K gold finishes, with prices starting at $28.
Lavallier was created to introduce a plush alternative to homewares and jewellery, says designer and creator Laureen Lansdown.
“Our collection features pastels and gold influenced by beautiful, natural forms and neutral colours,” she adds.
Its jewellery pieces, also made from ceramic, include hand shaped studs and pendants in bold colours and dipped in the brand’s signature 22K gold lustre.
The collection consists of ceramic pendants that hang from a lightweight gold-plated chain making them the perfect accessory or gift for any occasion, priced at $32. Lavallier’s jewellery range also offers round porcelain studs with surgical steel components. Available in an assortment of on-trend colours which also display its signature hand painted gold features, the round studs are priced at $26.
By Marion Gerritsen