Internationally celebrated manufacturer of jams, marmalades and condiments, Beerenberg, has entrenched its fine produce range’s position at the top table with the release of a stylish collection of hand-crafted ceramic tableware.
The Ceramics Collection is the first in a suite of fine, locally-made luxury goods that are destined for the Hahndorf-based company’s aspirational ‘If Tables Could Talk’ range.
The much-anticipated Ceramics Collection features a selection of crockery and cutlery specially designed and created by local Adelaide Hills Worth Gallery artists Jane Burbridge and James Edwards.
“With each element epitomising aesthetic elegance, the Ceramics Collection is the perfect product set to launch our ‘If Tables Could Talk’ range,” Beerenberg Marketing Director Sally Paech said.
“It follows many months of research, development and joyous collaboration with Worth Gallery and the artists and we’re absolutely thrilled with what they’ve created.
“The exclusive pieces are beautifully conceived and hand-crafted right here in the Adelaide Hills and are perfect for a special gift or simply for celebrating with family and friends at the dining room table.
“We’re confident, too, that these fine pieces of tableware will be welcomed by discerning customers with a taste for the finer things in life. They certainly reflect the very best of the Beerenberg brand and sit comfortably in a carefully selected range of fine luxury goods.”
The Ceramics Collection range comprises:
• A small and large serving spoon
• Small, medium and large hand-thrown bowls
• A large serving bowl
• A large platter for special occasions
• An elegant cake server
The Ceramics Collection products range in price from $17 for the small spoon to $150 for the platter and largest bowl and are available from the Beerenberg Farm Shop during trading hours.
They can also be ordered via the Beerenberg website at www.beerenberg.com.au.