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RE-CONNECTING HUMANS TO NATURE

The Nature Imprint collection was born from the desire to take a break from our hectic lifestyle and take the time to admire the beauty that surrounds us.

Geneviève Gallant, a ceramic artist from Montreal, brings her pottery to life under the name Nature Imprint. Her creations, everyday objects such as cups, bowls, and vases, reflect her deep connection with nature. Each piece is handcrafted with meticulous attention to detail, sometimes incorporating real plants or stencils made from her original designs. Nature Imprint's timeless designs aim to capture the essence of flora and landscapes, without compromising the functionality of each piece. Each creation celebrates the simple beauty that surrounds us, encouraging us to fully appreciate every moment and reconnect with the inspiration provided by the natural world.

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.

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

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MEET GENEVIÈVE

Genevieve is the artisan, designer and all-hats-wearing person behind Nature Imprint. She enjoys working with her hands and the millions of textures and color combination pottery can offer. She has ambitions of growing an indoor tropical garden out of her studio. 

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OUR SUSTAINABILITY GESTURES

Handmade ceramics crafted in small batches on demand

Recycling all clay scraps in the studio

Detailed Information:

Handmade Ceramics Crafted in Small Batches on Demand:

  • Each piece is crafted in small batches, ensuring that we only produce what is needed, reducing waste and excess inventory.

  • Our artisanal approach prioritizes quality over quantity, resulting in unique and cherished pieces for our customers.

Recycling all Clay Scraps in the Studio:

  • We diligently recycle all clay scraps generated during the crafting process.

  • These scraps are repurposed into new creations, minimizing waste.

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