On my previous post, I admired the visual of the Jme packaging for food in glass jar. Now it is the time of his kitchen gadgets, grinders and food preparation bowls and boards. There is also a line of everyday dinnerware, glassware and flatware.
Jme proposes a range of kitchenware that looks modernly rustic. I fantasize about the Antipasti Platter designed by Phil Longstaff (£40 or £45). How can resist the vegetables on the Oak serving tray (£65)? I hope the line will come to North America soon.
A collection of grinders, ceramic mixing bowls in cool pastel hues plus a series of wood chopping boards, a meat serving board and pinch pots caught my eyes. After all maybe it is best that Jme products are not available; I would spend too much.
One way to visit the Jme shop is through lifestyle (they called it themes). Visit Gather & Share to quickly find all you need for happy gatherings, including a few simple recipes.