Pacific Northwest Line List
Emile Henry USA
Founded in 1850, and located in the province of Burgundy, France, Emile Henry has established a worldwide reputation for manufacturing the finest quality ceramic ovenware, gourmet cooking products, and bakeware products.
Since 1857, Jars has been producing much sought-after contemporary tableware collections in glazed stoneware that is traditionally crafted, vibrant and creative, and gentle on the environment.
Haand was built around the goal of designing and producing high quality modern ceramics with traditional craft methods. Since 2012, their designs have found their way into homes, restaurants, and galleries across the country. They do everything in-house. From prototyping to glaze formulation, they believe that to do something right, they must be involved in the entire process.
Haand’s products and manufacturing are influenced in equal parts by craftspeople and industry. Haand produces objects at a volume, yet each piece is touched by our makers’ hands as it moves from concept to table, from minerals and water to durable and high performance ceramics.
Stölzle has been producing fine unleaded stemware, barware and accessories for over 150 years. The factory is located in the Lausitz area of Germany in a town called Weisswasser, a location selected years ago due to the abundance of natural resources used in the production of fine crystal products. More than ever, its location has proven to give Stölzle a tremendous advantage as the cost of these native resources has risen dramatically in other areas of Europe.
Today Stölzle produces the finest machine-made crystal available for the retail and hospitality industries. Key elements of production are lead-free crystalline glass, clarity, brilliance, durability, high resistance to dishwasher breakage (certified for 1,000 rinse cycles), and value pricing of all products.