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The Shamsian Collection


The Shamsian collection is inspired by Bethan’s family heritage and her extensive travels throughout the Middle East – from the sunlight across the castellations of the fort at Nizwa to the billowing sails of traditional Omani boats.


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1882 Ltd Partnership


British designer Bethan Gray partners with Emily Johnson, Co-Founder of pioneering ceramics brand, 1882 Ltd to create Lustre – a design driven 24 carat gold fine bone china tableware collection.


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Lustre Family


The distinctive pedestal leg is inspired by the arches and gilded domes typical of Middle Eastern architecture – Bethan wanted to capture the experience of exploring a new city and seeing the sunlight bounce off golden roofs.


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The Glenlivet Bar


Bethan Gray Design creates a hand-crafted bar for designjunction in collaboration with The Glenlivet – “The Glenlivet Bar by Bethan Gray”


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Lustre Tableware Family


The Lustre tableware family features a reinterpretation of Bethan’s complex hand-drawn Dhow pattern originally inspired by the billowing sails of Oman’s distinctive sailing boats, together with her Stripe pattern inspired by 13th century Persian lustreware bowls.


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Dhow Family


The Dhow family of furniture is inspired by the billowing sails of traditional Omani sailing boats – an important part of the nation’s maritime history.


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Nizwa Family


The Nizwa family of furniture is inspired by the rounded castellations of the Nizwa Fort in Oman and the ombré colour effect caused by the sunlight falling across them.


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The Siena Collection


The Siena collection is inspired by Bethan’s travels throughout Europe particularly the exquisite striped marble interior of the medieval cathedral in Siena.


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Editions Milano Partnership


Bethan Gray Design has created a hand-crafted marble tea set, in partnership with Editions Milano, comprising a teapot, a milk jug, a sugar bowl, a cake stand, teacup & saucer and a dessert plate.


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Alice Family


The Alice family of lighting and tableware is inspired by the spectacular black and white stone configurations found the 12th century Cathedral in the heart of Siena and originally designed for Wallpaper* Handmade as part of Milan Design Week.


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Victoria Family


The Victoria tea set and lighting collection is inspired by the traditional teaware in the Victoria and Albert Museum’s archive in London.


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Band Family


The band family of tables features a circle of warm brass encasing the marble top – available as one solid piece or two different types of marble, creating a two-tone effect echoing Siena Cathedral.


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Masirah Family


The Masirah family of tables is inspired by the seashells found along the shores of Masirah Island off the southeast coast of Oman.


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Stud Family


The Stud family of tables and mirrors is inspired by a Medieval studded door at Siena Cathedral. Studs were originally used to combine materials such as wood and leather and are now individually hand applied in brass or nickel to add warmth and intrigue.


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Brogue Family


The Brogue family of tables is inspired by the leather broguing more typically seen on shoes native to Ireland and the classic three-legged Welsh cricket tables, designed to stand on uneven slate floors in the homes and public houses of Welsh mining villages.


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The Ruby Tree Partnership


Bethan Gray Design has collaborated with renowned Islamic arts scholar Mitchell Abdul Karim. The seeds of the partnership were planted when Mitchell Abdul Karim Crites saw Bethan’s award-winning Alice family.


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NLXL Partnership


Bethan Gray Design has translated some of her most popular designs into wallpaper in partnership with NLXL, the pioneers of digital wallpaper. The NLXL LAB 3 features ‘bright ideas by brilliant designers’.


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Inside Design


Bethan Gray Design has created Inside Design, an experiential exhibition that takes visitors inside the design process of pieces from the Brogue and Alice families.


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