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Amerifine Brand Stories
Oomph Furniture Made in America
Their workrooms can be found up and down the East Coast, primarily in New England, where they have harnessed the talents of artisans that are the best in their craft. Many of these craftsmen are the product of generations of professionals in their trade. With factories based in New England, they are able to watch carefully over the development of each piece, keep an ongoing conversation with their workrooms, and maintain the highest level of quality control possible. All of these so that you are delivered the best product possible and one you will cherish for years and years to come.
Spinelli Kilcollin is elevating fine jewelry into a new landscape of delicate contradictions that almost defy categorization. Their one-and-done designs are both youthful and sophisticated, edgy and elegant, contemporary and minimalist but also timeless.Read More
‘Neighbors helping neighbors’ isn’t just a marketing slogan. Here on the farm, the HQ of Beekman 1802, it’s the true mind-set of a caring team. And, built around principles of community, neighborliness, and cultivating a simple yet beautiful life, it’s hard not to be inspired by what they offer. Their wonderful skincare line now includes everything from soap, shampoo and conditioner to a full beauty range - all full of gentle, hydrating goat milk. Cleopatra was certainly onto something.Read More
Byron Shaving Company
The traditional wet shave is having a moment. Byron Shaving Company have designed wonderful tools to help men start their day with a calm, fresh confidence, ready to take on the world.Read More
D.S. & Durga
D.S. & Durga is a Brooklyn perfume pioneer. Separated out into their component parts, D.S. was previously a writer and musician, and Durga is an architect and branding guru. D.S writes ‘songs’ in scent - an invisible soundtrack that you can carry on your body throughout the day - while Durga designs ‘houses’ for the fragrances. Together they work under the notion that aroma can conjure fantastical worlds, particularly of music and memory.Read More
Furniture manufacturing can be a painfully wasteful industry. It’s been linked to illegal logging, rainforest destruction and extensive air and water pollution during both production and transportation. But rubber - while perhaps not the most obvious material of choice for a piece of beautifully designed furniture - is relatively easy to recycle. And this is where Slash Objects comes into the picture.Read More
One glance at a Chatham blanket and it’s hard not to get lost in a magical reverie; suddenly you’re sitting by the campfire, cozy and warm, watching firelight dance as you listen to tales of the past and savor a cup of hot coffee. But this is hardly surprising. Chatham Blankets are part of our collective heritage. Their classic status, their centuries of history, is woven into our collective bones.Read More
SEE Jasper Johns
Jasper Johns at The Whitney Museum of Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art Sept 29, 2021–Feb 13, 2022
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The Amerifine mascot, The Morgan Horse.
Amerifine Story Journal
Amerifine is the definitive home of American Luxury. Founded to celebrate the premium brands, products and experiences that embody America’s proud history of excellence, craftsmanship and the sheer joy of great design.
Jim Hedges & Andy Warhol
From the standpoint of the 1970s, it is hard to imagine that even Andy Warhol.
Glenn Adamson (@glen_adamson) is an American curator, author, and historian whose research and work focuses on the intersections of design, craft, and contemporary art. Adamson is currently Editor-at-Large of The Magazine Antiques, Editor of Journal of Modern Craft, and a freelance writer and curator. Last week Glenn gave the opening lecture for Crafting America, now open at Crystal Bridges Museum. With Co-curator Jen Padgett (@jampageant) they explored the themes of the show and highlighted some of the 120 works included.<br><br><br>Crystal Bridges’ permanent collection