Launching next month: a new line of hardware from Australian designer Sibella Court of Society Inc. Her Henry Mercer Collection of hardware is inspired by antique designs and Court’s own finds from around the globe and features a mix of old favorites and new designs. The hardware will be available at Society Inc. online and at select shops throughout Australia. Here’s a preview of new pieces, alongside some old favorites (available now).
Above: An aged zinc Trouvé Clip hangs from a blackened steel towel bar from the new collection.
Above: Launching soon: wrought-iron drawer and cabinet pulls with leather and natural fiber detailing.
Above: Also coming in September: a horseshoe-inspired door knocker and aged metal door numbers.
Above: The Trouvé Clip has been a mainstay of the Society Inc. collection for some time. Available in brass and zinc, it can be used to corral paper, hang curtains, and more; $35 AUD (about $27 USD) each.
Above: Blackened steel Merchant Nails are made by hand and come in two sizes; $30 AUD ($23 USD) for small and $48 AUD ($37 USD) for large.
Above: The Butchers Roll was “inspired by past eras when things were made to last and every little detail had a purpose.” Use as a hanger for kitchen towels, twine, or toilet paper; $20 AUD (about $15 USD).
Above: We always have our eyes peeled for good-looking Shower Curtain Rings; these are $5 AUD ($3.80 USD) each.
Above: The aged brass Mill Number Stencil can be used to number drawers, invitations, textiles, and more; $45 AUD (about $34 USD).
For more from the designer, see Hotel Palisade: Seaside Glamour on Sydney Harbor and Paradise Found: A Library Where They Serve Cocktails.