Company Name: Sue Ure Maison
Products Entered: Ambit porcelain beakers
Tell us about your business?
A professional craft potter Sue Ure established the brand “Sue Ure Maison” in 2014. We offer contemporary tableware, innovative table mats and textiles, designing modern classics with mid-century and pop-art influences, which are responsibly sourced.
Providing a constantly evolving collection to discerning independent interiors shops, galleries and museum shops. In addition to our catalogue we also create bespoke designs - for example a capsule organic textile collection for Tate for their Pierre Bonnard exhibition in 2019.
We supply promptly, guarantee our products and our aim is to establish a lasting relationship with our customers.
Tell us about the products you have entered?
Ambit beakers reflect changes in the sorts of tableware being used today. There are two sizes, in black and white porcelain which lend themselves to a multitude of uses, from dessets, to cache-pots or bathroom accessories as well as classic drinking items suitable for both hot and cold beverages. Ambit now offers four new colour-lines.
Why did you choose to enter the GOTY competition? have you entered in the past and has it helped your brand grow?
2023 will be my third entry to the GOTY competition. I think entering helps in communicating with potential customers. The GA's promotion of the event, the participants and their recruitment of such a diverse and interesting collection of judges all contribute to the value of the event.
What other products will you be bringing to market in 2023? I'm really excited about bringing three new lines into the Ambit range in 2023. This will take collection away from being uniquely drinkware into a broader tableware offer.
Where can your products be purchased? All the Ambit range is available on Fy! And from my own website, as well as a number of independent retailers.
Instagram handle @sueure
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