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The Brass Tacks: Cane-Wrapped Hardware from Sibella Court

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The Brass Tacks: Cane-Wrapped Hardware from Sibella Court

March 27, 2023

We’re longtime followers of the Australian designer Sibella Court, “captain,” as she describes herself, of the “hardware merchants and home goods” line The Society Inc. Lately we’ve been eyeing Sibella’s new collection of utilitarian hardware done over in woven leather and cane, available for pre-order now. Have a look.

the cutter pull (\$80 aud) is &#8\2\20;a nod to the age old craft of leathe 17
Above: The Cutter Pull ($80 AUD) is “a nod to the age old craft of leather braiding,” Sibella writes on The Society Inc. site. “As a drawer pull, the beauty of the leather wrapped Cutter Pull is that the oils of your skin will age it in the loveliest way over time.”
like all of the items in the collection, the more svelte vienna drawer pull (\$ 18
Above: Like all of the items in the collection, the more svelte Vienna Drawer Pull ($55 AUD) is designed in Australia and made in India. “A couple of decades ago, when living in TriBeCa NYC, I visited an exhibition on Duane Street of mid-century Viennese designer Carl Auböck,” writes Sibella. “His love of cane, wood, leather, and brass are of endless inspiration, an homage to his many designs that were released in 1954.”
and the \1954 drawer pull (\$65 aud), also inspired by auböck. 19
Above: And the 1954 Drawer Pull ($65 AUD), also inspired by Auböck.
also on offer are the workshop bracket (left; \$70 aud) and the wyeth bracket ( 20
Above: Also on offer are the Workshop Bracket (left; $70 AUD) and the Wyeth Bracket (right; $70 AUD). Of the Wyeth, Sibella writes on the Society Inc. site: “This shelf bracket is named after one of my favorite shops in NYC as well as a street on a well-trodden path of mine in Brooklyn.”
we particularly like the three piece stoker fire tool set (\$\250 aud): &#8 21
Above: We particularly like the three-piece Stoker Fire Tool Set ($250 AUD): “For those who enjoy a winter’s fire as much as I do, the tools should be the final detail to set the perfect scene. No detail is too small to go unnoticed, and whether you are enjoying the warmth in the comfort of a leather moustache chair or simply perching on a log campfire-side, this cane wrapped set will be one of life’s small delights.”

For more on Sibella, see our previous post: A New Hardware Collection from Sibella Court.

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The Brass Tacks CaneWrapped Hardware from Sibella Court portrait 7
Cabinet Hardware

Wyeth Bracket

$90.00 AUD from The Society Inc.

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