Designing the English dream

If somebody asked you to close your eyes and imagine life in the English countryside, I’m pretty sure you’d picture Feldspar. Thatched cottage: tick. Rolling countryside: tick. Gallons of tea brewed to perfection in a one-of-a-kind teapot: tick.
For Cath and Jeremy Brown, setting up a design brand was never part of the plan. When the couple found themselves in their new, and very empty, home – a 400-year-old Devon longhouse in Dartmoor, south-west England – they did what every normal couple would do (note the sarcasm here) and set about crafting their own wares. Fast forward a couple of years and, even though Feldspar has become a household name, the same modest principles apply now as they did then. Feldspar is not interested in creating products for the sake of it. Functionality, usefulness and longevity are always at the forefront of their minds.
Want to know more about Feldspar and its unique material-led approach? Swot up here on the Zetteler website.
The mugs (and what is teapot-brewed tea without mugs?) will be available to purchase at feldspar.studio from mid-July, with the teapot gracing shop shelves a few weeks later. I dare you to resist.

Team Credits

Emily Ward

Katie Logue

  • Communications Manager
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Sabine Zetteler

  • Founder + Director
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Jodi Moss

  • Senior PR Manager
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Zetteler
Creative Publicity
Emily Ward
Marketing Manager
Katie Logue
Communications Manager