News — Stainless Steel
Taking advantage of a sunny late summer Sunday, ceramicist Natalie Weinberger and photographer Adrianna Glaviano, both friends of the shop from New York, recently spent an afternoon shooting (and using) a pair of our Spanish stainless steel oil cans, crafted in the Basque region by Ilsa.
Honestly, we didn't think it was possible to make these elegant objects look any better than already do, but somehow Adrianna and Natalie found a way. See for yourself, though, and if you like how they look, find one for your own kitchen here.
Originally designed in 1969 to withstand the salty sea air of the Mediterranean, these incredible clothes pins are still manufactured today by the Violet family in their workshop in the south of France.
Made from a single strip of industrial grade stainless steel, Pincinox clothespins will never rust, break, or loose their spring.
Not just perfect for hang-drying your laundry, Pincinox are useful for a variety of additional tasks, including clipping posters and holding cards and photos upright.