You love plants, the outdoors and all things natural?

Bring a piece of the outside in your home



Nature Imprint tableware is a ceramic celebration of Montreal’s local urban flora. Founder and maker Geneviève Gallant fashions each piece with the physical imprint of one of the many diverse herbs and trees that flourish throughout the city’s neighbourhoods: ash, cedar, Queen Anne’s lace, ginkgo, and more. Decorative, functional, and one-of-a-kind, each Nature Imprint piece brings the spirit of the city’s wild spaces into people's kitchens and dining rooms.

Nature Imprint tableware items are made from porcelain, glazed and fired at 1222°C (2232°F). Most pieces are dishwasher-safe. Only the ones with gold luster on the rim require special care and hand washing is advised.


The Nature Imprint collection is now available online and at participating stores.


​Geneviève Gallant has worked with her hands from a young age, whether collecting rocks and feathers or pursuing creative projects in her family’s garage. While studying fine art at Concordia University, she discovered working with clay and never looked back.

Inspired by nature, not only in the countryside but also in the fields, parks, and wild corners of Montreal’s urban environments, Geneviève decided to work with the flora in the vicinity of her Saint-Henri studio to produce decorative yet practical objects. Simple and minimalist, this items in this ceramic collection honour and emphasize the forms and textures of these ubiquitous local, urban species.



This summer, we moved into a brand new studio!

This is a very exciting venture for us as we will finally have enough space to fully expand our wings. 

We found our happy place at the studio 404 of Ateliers 3333, an artist-run building near Station Saint-Michel in Montreal. 

In addition to our private space, we have a communal studio space which will be accessible to members.