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Ambrosia Chocolates

Ambrosia is a small boutique chocolate and spice company on Nantucket Island, that specializes in the most delicious artisan chocolates, organic teas and spices from around the world. Do not even hesitate try a bar (or three!) of their amazing handcrafted chocolates!

Aquarelle Maison

Aquarelle Maison is a lifestyle brand that aims at bringing the same joy and enthusiasm for life's adventures into every single aspect of our day. By incorporating hand painted prints into home furnishing pieces, beautiful, customizable stationery and flowy, elegant loungewear, designer maker, Jenny Callentine strives to bring some of the sparkle and the magic of her creations to brighten up your home and your closet.

Black Crane

Black Crane is a LA based company that features amazing and versatile basics with simple and modern cuts. The designers like to focus on their Japanese roots as well as ancient Japanese culture and civilization. Their silhouettes complement supple lines and comfort and their collection is characterized as minimal and edgy. The label also considers environmental issues seriously, all production process including fabric weaving take place locally in Los Angeles.

David M. Handy

David M. Handy is an established, dynamic and trendsetting event designer on the East Coast. For over a decade, he has cultivated a unique style that has consistently surpassed his clients’ expectations. Handy's expertise is expressed through a wide array of conceptual imagery – and as an instructor at the renowned Flower School of New York, David educates his students in full event design and planning, as well as floral design implementation. With this keen-eye and sense of style, Handy launched his fantastically successful home line: sold on Nantucket Island and available for events through David M. Handy Events.

Evam Eva

A luxury knitwear brand out of Japan specializing in fine gauge knits. The brand is committed to organic and sustainable manufacturing practices and predominately use natural dyes and fibers. Their basics are to die for, with cottons so soft, you’ll think it’s cashmere. This brand is available in store only. Please call 508.228.3032 for inquiries.

Gyp Rock

Gyp Rock Designs is a title drawn from designer and maker Vanessa Cherner's experience growing up in Boulder, CO. Her home was built into a rock known as Gyp Rock, named from a tale of a traveling family raided by Native American Indians while migrating west. In keeping with this Native American influence Gyp Rock Designs' logo is a Native American symbol named Thunderbird Track made of two simple mountain shapes nestled into one another. The symbol's significance means bright prospects.

Vanessa’s inspiration is drawn from designers, fashion, found objects, traditional Native American jewelry, nature and anything else her mind dreams up.

Isobel & Cleo

A luxury knitwear label founded in Glasgow, Scotland and handmade on Nantucket Island. We travel the country and the world to find the most innovative, unique, and tactile yarns we can. Then we bring it home and have way too much fun knitting it up into something completely fabulous. We love supporting other companies like ourselves and so strive to work with other small independent designers who are producing in the US or are committed to sustainable design and ethical work practices abroad.

Liam of York

Rebecca Wolsten is the designer and founder of Liam of York (LOY), a slow fashion clothing and accessories line that celebrates ancient textile techniques through a modern point of view. All silk items are hand dyed, while printed fabrics are locally sourced from makers around the world practicing heritage techniques. All pieces are assembled in New York City.

Majo

Majo is a small luxury Italian bag company, that produces and dyes all of their products by hand. Majo's distinctive bags are constructed through with a unique process, where individual strips of textured leather are dyed and re-dyed to create a weathered appearance. Each strip is then sewn to the next in a pintucking process that forms the shape of these elegant pieces.

Nell Van Vorst Ceramics

Nell Van Vorst is a Nantucket Island based owner and maker, working primarily in porcelain. All of Van Vorst's work is handmade on Nantucket with an emphasis on craftsmanship and simple, striking design. Her functional work includes cups, bowls, plates, and serving ware;  intended for everyday use and microwave and dishwasher safe. We collaborated with her to create our exclusive fiber animal mugs, which depict the animals that produce our favorite fibers: the cashmere goat, Merino ram, Angora bunny, Suri alpaca, and chinchilla (the chinchillas are brushed and not harmed!).

Nicholas Ray

Nicholas Ray has over 10 years experience working with precious metals and gems, creating custom and unique designs by hand using traditional methods. Following an intensive art semester at The Oxbow School in California, Nicholas began an apprenticeship under Diana Kim England, where he was introduced to custom jewelry design and production. To broaden his knowledge of fabrication and stone setting techniques, Nicholas attended and graduated from The Revere Academy in San Francisco in 2002. Promoted to the position of Head Goldsmith in 2005, and worked under Diana Kim England's employ for 11 years: Nicholas Ray, Designer Goldsmith was founded in 2012.

Reema Sherry

Reema Sherry is a Nantucket-based designer who works in many mediums, from plants to pearls. Her beadwork incorporates needle arts and knotting, using primarily natural fibers and semi precious stones.

Revisited

Revisited is a fashion and home goods label created by fashion designer Adriana Sanz and industrial designer Joris Debo in Brooklyn, New York, in 2010. Together they curate, revisit, create collections of minimal, effortless, unique pieces. Currently they split their time between Antwerp, New York and Barcelona.

Samantha Pleet

New York based Samantha Pleet designs dream clothes and shoes, and is known for her signature twisted tailoring and ethereal prints. The Pratt Institute alumna, along with Patrick Pleet who studied architecture at UPenn, have established a cult following with everyday dreamers and today’s icons. The elegant, otherworldly collections have the unique purpose of making ladies look hot on their own terms.

Samuji

Samuji works out of their shop and design studio in Helsinki, Finland to design timeless pieces that are ethically and sustainably produced. By playing with texture and material, Samuji creates unique pieces that remain classic without being predictable their designs are meant to serve a purpose and yet carry a story. The first Samuji womenswear collection was launched in Spring 2011, and a menswear capsule collection was introduced in Fall 2013. All items are crafted out of quality materials from European and Japanese suppliers, produced in Europe by carefully selected manufacturers.

Tellus

Owner and founder Anastasia Vysotskaya-Ricker collects and creates a beautiful collection of fair trade and ethically produced accessories and home accents and furnishings for her shop Tellus. She has worked with isobel and cleo to curate a beautiful selection of her products exclusively in our store and online at our website.