Domenica Kiely Our Exhibitors Trends

Spotlight on | Ceramics

Ceramics bring a natural, tactile element to your home. As a decorative décor item, they can work to make an interesting focal point in an otherwise flat space. They also provide a sense of personality, ultimately working with other pieces to turn your house into a home. They can be functional or decorative and highly artistic in design.

Today, we showcase some of the Reed Gift Fairs exhibitors that are leading the way in innovative ceramic design.



When it comes to sourcing ceramic wares, the Emporium team are leaders in providing pieces that are both on-trend and easy on the hip pocket. The current range from Emporium focuses on geometric, monochromatic, marble and cement-look ceramics.

Flax Ceramics by Mediterranean Markets

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If you are looking for tactile, design-led ceramic wares, then look no further than Flax Ceramics. With a subtle palette of charcoal, pale blue, sage and ivory, these matte ceramic pieces may look beautifully delicate, but they are actually highly functional and safe for use in dishwashers and microwaves.

Jennifer Dumet

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For designers and importers of highly sought after homewares, the Jennifer Dumet brand is utilised in both residential and commercial settings. Characterised by pieces that showcase and celebrate nature and simplicity, the Jennifer Dumet range is timeless and beautifully elegant.


Batch Ceramics

Individually crafted, the bespoke Batch# ceramics range will truly showcase those culinary creations. Timeless in design, these pieces have an heirloom quality about them. They also remain highly functional, being both dishwasher and microwave safe.

For more information on when you can next see these exhibitors at Reed Gift Fairs, visit the website.

Feature image: Mediterranean Markets
Image credits:
Emporium | Mediterranean Markets | Jennifer Dumet | Batch#

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Domenica Kiely
Domenica Kiely

My name is Domenica, but my tribe call me Dom. I’ve written for a number of successful and popular Australian blogs, and I have experience working in both education and the media. I have a slight (ahem) shopping addiction, but I prefer to think of it as an ethical contribution to the growth of the economy. I am fuelled by a love of art, photography, home interiors, trashy television and my family (not in that order).

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