Childs’ hand-gilding dazzles both on the table and as impressive gifts.
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) November 25, 2014
Whether for the holiday table, weddings or as unique gifts, the keyword in home décor and tableware continues to be metallic: Tamara Childs Collection’s gold, silver, copper and composites of all create simple elegance for the holiday home. Just in time for the holiday list of must-have metallic gifts, décor and tabletop are the new twists on the Tamara Childs Collection Wabi Sabi-inspired designs. Oranges, golds, reds and all shades in between create a glow that will warm any table.
The term ‘Wabi Sabi’ represents a Japanese world view or aesthetic celebrating the beauty and peace in ordinary things. According to Wikipedia, the characteristics of the Wabi Sabi aesthetic include asymmetry, irregularity, simplicity, austerity and genuine integrity which the new Tamara Childs design captures beautifully.
Childs’ hand-gilding dazzles both on the table and as impressive gifts
Even as an ancient art, gilding thin metal leaf on surfaces as a means of adornment delighted—as gifts, artwork or everyday tableware. In her unique style, Tamara Childs continues this timeless tradition of creating hand-gilded pieces of table art and now introduces even more designs and colors for the 2014 holiday season.
To create her custom pieces, fine sheets of gold, silver or copper leaf—in an expanding pallet of treatments and colors— is applied over a variety of tableware, home accessories, and more in individually crafted designs. The pieces are then hand polished and lacquered. Imagination and creativity are the cornerstone of Tamara Childs designs, and every piece from creation to finish-work to shipping goes through her hands—at least twice. It’s this very intimate relationship with each piece, according to Childs, that sets them apart from their competitors.
Tamara Childs Collection expands distribution, opens new permanent showrooms in Atlanta, Las Vegas and Dallas
The Tamara Childs Collection now has a permanent presence at the Atlanta America’s Mart Market, Las Vegas Market and with the Cassmeyer Collection at the Dallas Market Center. As a result, her collection can be found in shops, museums and galleries throughout the US, Moscow, Madrid, Lisbon and Mexico City, Hong Kong, the Caribbean, South America, Panama and Japan.
“Showing and selling the Tamara Childs brand is fantastic for us because she not only does 100 different hand-gilded pieces but in eight different colors from silver, gold, copper, northern lights, red variegated and so many more,” says Jim Burnett, retail manager and buyer for LCR Collection in Connecticut, a full service design and decoration firm with a retail shop selling specialty home furnishings. “That launches her into 800 items – and that pleases just about every customer we have. She’s definitely a brand leader in our showroom.”
Childs agrees that metallic designs offer timeless options for decorating. A perusal through the Childs’ website, http://www.TamaraChildsCollection.com will introduce the studio’s rich gold, silver and metal gilded bowls, glassware, barware, plates, trays and decorative accessories. All items are food-safe hand washable (don’t soak) in mild soap.
About Tamara Childs
Tamara Childs is a master gilder of hand-gilded metallic tableware, gifts, home decor and accessories. The Tamara Childs Collection can be found in over 700 gift shops, museums, galleries and showrooms around the world including the Saudi Royal Palace. Even as an ancient art, gilding thin metal leaf on surfaces as a means of adornment delighted its recipients—as gifts, showpieces or as everyday tableware. In her unique style, Tamara Childs continues this timeless tradition of creating hand-gilded pieces of table art made for a lifetime of enjoyment and use. Visit http://www.TamaraChildsGilder.com.