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The collections I create speak to me intimately. Each one has a story to tell — whether born from a study in nature, a random cabbie chat on a Manhattan street, or a dialogue with artisans in Italy and India. Each piece is a work of art, handmade of sand cast aluminum with our signature blend of enamel infused with crushed Mother-of-Pearl. Once these pieces manifest in full brilliance, they begin to “talk” to one another, too, through the beautiful layering of colors, textures and themes.

You’ll find that the sentiments are as flavorful as the pieces themselves: Unabashedly bold. Flirty and fun. Glamorous and glowing. Inviting and irresistible. To get the conversation flowing in your home, pour your favorite beverage and pore over our site. What speaks to you? I’d love to know. Send me a note here.

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About Julia Knight

Born in Chicago, raised in New York, schooled in Providence and Paris, nourished by her global travels, Julia Knight was born to make things happen. It just took a while to find her muse.

Julia began her career behind the cosmetic counter at Bloomingdale’s where she honed her interest in fashion and luxury products and went on to work in Marketing at both Revlon and Estee Lauder International. Her journey then led her to Minneapolis and Executive positions at Thymes and Minnetonka Inc. before the remarkable launch of an industry-changing frozen baby food company, Growing Healthy. A now infamous road trip to Minturn, Colorado changed everything and helped launch a new venture.

Originally founded under the brand name Stampede in 2001, Julia’s passion led to the design and manufacture of western and southwestern-influenced housewares and fun, entertaining gifts in brilliant colors that captured the imaginations of buyers and consumers alike (her Perfectly Pink leather-covered cocktail shaker was included in the 2005 Academy Awards celebrity goodie bag).

It was the colors and a trip to India that ultimately captivated Julia and drove her to design serveware and entertaining accessories and to a rarely used process of fusing colored enamels to the aluminum.