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Care Instructions


Overall colour and shades may vary. The colours are very sensitive and flow when fired, resulting in individual ceramics of varying textures and colours. All our tableware is dishwasher and microwave safe.


Artwork foil must stay on the candle during burning.


The forks and spoons in our cutlery ranges are manufactured from 18/8 chrome/nickel steel. For the knives, we use special 13/0 chrome steel with carbon. Most of our cutlery is dishwasher safe, but we recommend caution using aggressive dishwasher detergents. However, the Hune and TVIS cutlery sets in espresso, titanium and black are more sensitive. Therefore, these colours are not dishwasher safe and we highly recommend hand wash only. Using water containing iron or chlorine can result in rust stains on the cutlery. Also food containing a lot of acids such as ketchup, mustard, egg, lemon etc. can cause rust stains. Therefore we recommend washing and drying the cutlery immediately after use.


Use polish to maintain the blank look on products made of brass and copper. Rinse the object in warm water. Moisten a sponge with warm water and apply a little polish. Clean thoroughly as required to remove all traces of tarnish. Rinse well in warm water. Wipe with a dry cotton cloth.


Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners. Do not soak in water.


The inners are made of 100% downproof cotton cloth and are produced without using chemicals. The stuffing is duck and goose feather and down, washed at high pressure and dried at a min. of 120° C for a min. of 20 minutes whereby they reach a safe disinfection level. The feathers come from the EU. The majority of the stuffing is made up of recycled feathers, from slaughtered ducks and geese. Oeko-Tex label.


Our enamel tables are handmade. Do not place the tables directly in the sun since they are not UV treated. For cleaning please use a damp cloth (water only).


General care either wash or dry clean. For spot cleaning, remove as much of excess as possible then gently blot area with damp cloth. Do not over-wet the fabric. Always test on a hidden section of fabric first. If in doubt always refer to the manufacturer’s care instructions.


General care dusting with a clean, dry cloth is recommended. For spot cleaning liquid, use a clean dry cloth to quickly remove liquid from surface. Blot the area with a clean damp cloth. Then blot the area dry with a clean dry cloth. Do not use heat such as a hair dryer. For spot cleaning greasy stains, use an absorbent paper towel.


For general care plump and rotate regularly.


For general care dust with a clean dry cloth or wipe with soft cloth wrung dry with water.


Clean regularly to help combat mould or mildew. Wipe with clean water and a cloth. Hose monthly to remove salt if near the coast.


Often treated to withstand fading and cracking, so keep dirt build up at bay by regularly cleaning with clean or soapy water and a cotton cloth or soft brush. Avoid abrasive cleaners or hard scrubbing. Cushions should be kept indoors during winter to minimise mould build up or colour fading.


Please note that all rugs should be placed on a carpet pad. Cotton and denim rugs: delicate machine wash. Leather rugs: dry clean/vacuum clean.