Designer News

Monday, July 10th, 2017
Simon Pearce creates glassware that is built on a rich legacy of artisanal tradition. Born in Ireland and raised in London, Simon set out on a devoted path at the young age of 16 to learn the most prestigious methods in pottery and glassmaking, using the finest of materials. After training with glassmakers across Europe and incorporating centuries-old Georgian techniques, Pearce set up his own riverside studio in picturesque Vermont. Pearce’s made-in-America designs continue to inspire and delight, a half-century later. His unwavering dedication to roots and quality is just one of the many reasons Simon Pearce is a favorite gift designer at Lux Bond & Green.The character of every Simon Pearce item is made to add a touch of grace to your table. Authenticity is central to Pearce’s crystal designs, allowing you to enjoy their form and function in the home: how they add ambiance without distra...
Wednesday, May 17th, 2017
William Yeoward, the man behind William Yeoward Crystal, is branded as one of London’s leading creative forces, with a reputation as a style maker, retailer and designer of beautiful products for the home.At first, his store on the King's Road, 'Yeoward,' showcased mainly antiques, objects and pieces that he had commissioned for his numerous design projects. William’s store flourished while he added designs of furniture, lighting, dinner services and ultimately crystal.  William recalls, “Crystal has always made me very excited, and of all the things that I adore, I think that crystal is the product that gives me most joy.  I was determined that one day it would be recreated in the style of my favorite 18th and 19th century pieces. How this was to happen I simply did not know.”William met third generation crystal designer and maker Timothy Jenkin...
Wednesday, October 26th, 2016
What slogan comes to mind when we think about a diamond? That’s pretty easy: “A Diamond is Forever.” Who could forget all of Forevermark’s great ads in black and white and their memorable music with the London philharmonic orchestra? The message is as true today as when it was when first introduced in 1948. The catchphrase has been part of the De Beers company who has been the largest diamond miner and seller of rough diamonds in the world over the last decade. Forevermark is De Beers’ own brand of diamonds.Every Forevermark diamond comes with a brand promise that it is responsibly sourced, beautiful, rare and originating at one of a handful of carefully selected mines that benefit the people, community and country where they are located. Forevermark traces each diamond along...