The celebration of Mother’s Day also calls for celebrating female-owned businesses and creators. This Fourth St edit has a focus on products made by females, ‘Found’ items and items made by hand that provide a classic, timeless touch to any home. Items best served with words of appreciation and time.
Woman Vase $320
Created by ceramic artist, Rachel Saunders in her Vancouver Island Studio.
The Woman Vase is an ode to women everywhere. In each Woman Vase you will find similarities and natural flaws, adding to the beauty of the whole.
Also made by Rachel Saunders. Each incense holder is made using clay and by hand.
A gift to help promote positive daily rituals, for this year and years to come.
The Iridescent Trio, $126
A one-off 'found' set.
This timeless set will elevate both every day rituals and special occasions. A gift that is sure to impress.
This wheel-thrown and hand altered vase is a bold but minimal piece and welcome addition to any shelf.
I would fill mine with a dried arrangement for a low maintenance statement that lasts.
The Garden Chef, $74
A selection of stories and recipes from top restaurants around the world.
For any avid cooks, lovers of vegetables and plant based cuisine.
Elixir Lux, $74
Created by Adele Rodha, Auckland based hairdresser with a degree in Science. Rodha’s natural hair care range is an extension of her extensive knowledge of both hair and science.
My pick would be the Elixir Lux – a concentrating shine and treatment oil that offers protection from environmental stress and restores lustre.
Leibovitz is said to be our most celebrated living photographer, this book details how her images are made.
This book will fascinate any reader interested in contemporary history. Her subjects include the Bush administration, Kate Moss, Meryl Streep and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Onyx Jar $164
A welcome addition to any kitchen bench or bathroom.
Fill with wooden spoons, cotton balls or jewels.
Medium Amethyst Bowl $260
The bowl explores the full gradient of the captivating amethyst stone.
Hand carved in India. Due to the nature of the stone, no two bowls are alike.
Found in the Parisian markets.
The shape and size of this egg allows you to view the story of this particular stone. Onyx is also said to have balancing and powerful protective qualities.