Comprising a coffee tin and hand-built mug emblazoned with Holland’s distinctive marble patterns, the collaboration is intended to imbue a sense of calm into busy urban lifestyles. Combining coffee and ceramics, the products also serve to celebrate the two East London brands’ crafts and aesthetics.
Speaking on this collaboration, Henry Holland explained that “It is a privilege to design beautiful things that people are willing to live with, to contribute to someone’s personal environment in this way, to be treasured, and to build treasured things, that’s the kind of connection we are all looking for.”
“Our latest collaboration with Henry Holland celebrates great design born out of London, where we are proud to roast our coffee beans and produce our sustainable coffee products,” said Grind’s CEO, David Abrahamovitch. “Henry’s patterns and designs elevate any space and we are proud to have worked with an artist and designer, who like Grind, is seeking to create quality pieces that move beyond the mass market products that seem destined for landfills,” added Abrahamovitch.
The limited-edition tins are offered with accompanying home-compostable pods, ground coffee, or whole coffee beans spanning a range of blends. Available exclusively at Grind, pieces are sold both individually and as gift sets with prices ranging from £14 – £70 GBP (approximately $18 – $90 USD).
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