In 2015 Cathy Hilton developed a unique process for printing on wood. It's an adaptation of the screen printing process, with impressively strong colours and sharp definition.
We don't think anyone else has figured out how to print so well on wood, so we're very pleased and we now produce an extensive range of unique houseware products featuring Cathy's illustrations.
We're very fortunate to work out of a studio at Cockington Court Craft Centre in Devon where Torbay Development Agency built craft studios in a lovely country park. It's a great place to work.
And we love being part of the process around gifts, where someone is wishing to show their love and appreciation for another. There’s a wonderful word – meraki – it’s modern Greek and it means doing something with soul, creativity, or love - when you put ‘something of yourself’ into what you do. We make products with love and when those are handed over we know that people feel appreciated, and we know we helped that happen.
We’ve put a lot into getting our business to this point, and we hope you get a lot of pleasure out of the pieces you purchase from us.