11.16.2011

New from Nambé

Celebrate Shabbat with Nambé.

Nambé possesses a certain mystique. Partly it's their very name and our connections to the landscape, culture and history of our origins. Nambé (pronounced nom-BAY) was christened for a tiny village near Santa Fe in Northern New Mexico where the company was founded in 1951. But there's more to this mystique, which makes Nambé the ''lifestyle'' brand valued by people who love simple, elegant designs and love to share them with others. The most distinguishing characteristic of Nambé is that their company is devoted as passionately to form as it is to function. This dedication to design defines Nambé. Timeless art you can use every day.



Notes from Nambé:
 
Lisa Smith has been inspired by her many trips to the canyons of the southwest. Grand Canyon, Arches National Park, Bryce Canyon and others. These canyons are carved from water and wind. The coppery sand and desert flora are referenced by the copper and verdigris on the ripples and ridges of Nambé’s new Copper Canyon Collection. Due to subtly varying verdigris (green patina), each piece is unique, a sculpture of contrasting color and texture. The romantic glow from this pair of lovely Copper Canyon Candlesticks will add warmth to any setting.  Designer Lisa Smith scallops the edges in a symmetrical pattern, with wave-like verdigris. Copper Canyon pieces are made of our signature Nambé alloy coated with copper for heirloom-quality durability. A clear protective coating makes upkeep as simple as wiping with a damp or soapy cloth and eliminates the need for polishing.


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