Tamara Childs Collection introduces bold new metallic design for hand-gilded glassware; Roadz is available now
Seattle, WA (April, 2016)—The Tamara Childs Collection adds a new graphic design to their exquisite portfolio of hand-gilded creations. ‘Roadz’ was created by Tamara’s son, Adam Childs, a master gilder and designer for the Childs brand. Adam was inspired to create an iconic design with a more modern, masculine pattern that complimented some of the bolder glassware.
“Whenever we design something new, we try to let the attributes of the glass we've chosen influence the pattern and treatment that shows up on the finished product. I try to consider things like size, shape, texture, profile, different lines, even the function of the piece if it's supposed to have one,” says Adam Childs. "My influences for the 'Roadz" pattern came from the bold, clean lines and the subtle taper on our large vases."
Tamara Childs Collection returns to Las Vegas Market (#LVMkt) with new hand-gilded patterns and tabletop treasures
Growing demand for Tamara Childs metallic tabletop, gifts, accessories and home décor brings brand expansion, new showroom, partners, designs and products
Seattle, Washington (July 24, 2014)—The popular Tamara Childs Collection returns to Las Vegas Market July 27th to the 31st with new hand-gilded tabletop treasures and designs. Tamara Childs will showcase her extensive array of glassware, giftware, tabletop, home décor and accessories at her new permanent venue in Las Vegas.
Tamara Childs introduces a new line of metallic gilded designs called Wabi Sabi. The term ‘Wabi Sabi’ represents a Japanese world view or aesthetic celebrating the beauty and peace in ordinary things. According to Wikipedia, the characteristics of the Wabi Sabi aesthetic include asymmetry, irregularity, simplicity, austerity and genuine integrity which the new Tamara Childs design captures beautifully.