Archive for the ‘Dinner service’ Category
Check out one of our favourite cafes over at the Design Files. Matt Wilkinson from POPE JOAN shares the incredible ‘The Smoker’ sandwich, as served on our very own Coco plate. Sandwich created by his head chef, Jason Newton. Photo courtesy of Lucy Feagins at the Design Files, taken by Sean Fennessy.
Yesterday we had a fantastic lunch at the new Hare and Grace eatery in Melbourne – just at the base of the Rialto. The Hare and Grace, opened by Chefs Raymond Capaldi and Daniel Schelbert, is an English style restaurant and bar with the most incredible menu. Well worth the visit.
Robert Gordon’s sister, Mandy Newsome, was commissioned by Raymond to do the mascot Hare. Here are a couple of photos of the finished piece.
If you haven’t already got it, rush out and purchase the latest SHOP magazine. Available now, the magazine comes with a very cute and super stylish Cook book- ‘Australia’s best designers and insiders share their most stylish recipes!’. Lots and lots of beautiful styling. Here are a few images with Robert Gordon pieces. For any product enquiries, please contact Aaron- email@example.com
Our small nesting bowl from LIFE range sat on top of our Australian made cake plate.
Rachael’s Chocolate cake looks delicious on our Australian made square cake stand.
Risotto in our LIFE pasta dish.
A page full of beautiful food and Robert Gordon! Our Australian made milk bottle, baby bistro board, ornate tray and oval baker.
This delightful little booklet was compiled by the following people: Amy Starr, Brooke Bickmore and Emma Markezi. Styling by Eliza Ashe. Art Direction by Sarah Birnbauer, Food Styling by Ali Irvine. Photography by Will Horner and Paul Suess.
Good to see Gary and George enjoying a cup of coffee in our lovely Life mugs. Portrait by Ben Dearnley. Styling by Kristine Duran-Thiessen.
Life plated up Master Chef style! Photography by Steve Brown. Food Styling by Yael Grinham and preparation by Doninic Smith. For your nearest stockists of Life please refer to our website .
Introducing Coco – inspired by a French flea market find! The lovely Coco appeared in this month’s Real Living magazine. Pattern on Pattern was the theme. Photography by Jason Busch and styling by Jason Grant.
Coco is made from fine stoneware and is available in Dinner ware, mugs, cups and saucers, tea balls, teapots, sugar bowls and the french breakfast bowl (as shown). To purchase Coco please contact Aaron – firstname.lastname@example.org for your nearest stockist.