Discovered via Casson in Canada: the new (and glamorous) Mi & Gei line of cast brass hardware for the bath and kitchen. According to founder and designer Amandine Schira, “Our name refers to the Japanese folk art movement that highlights everyday objects. We’ve tried to thoughtfully combine French aesthetics with traditional Indian design techniques; the pieces are hand cast in Mumbai, using only recycled brass and bronze salvaged from dismantled boats.”

All products are available in three finishes: natural brass, oil  rubbed bronze, and nickel.

Here’s a look:

Above: The Libre Forme No. 13 Towel Ring is CA $158 from Casson.
Above: The towel ring is made of solid cast brass.
Above: The Libre Forme No. 16 Towel Bar is CA $90 from Casson.
Above: A detail of the Libre Forme No. 16 Towel Bar.
Above: The Libre Forme No. 7 Hook is CA $94 from Casson.
Above: The Brass Waste Bin is $248 from Mi & Gei.

See more glamorous hardware:

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