There’s beauty everywhere, we just don’t always take the time to notice it. At Beekman 1802, we try to take the time each day to appreciate the beauty of nature and to really examine the world around us.
Ichiban is a Japanese word that means “the one”, and the concept of ichiban when applied to floral arrangements can actually be a form of meditation. Finding the one perfect flower to appreciate and studying it in isolation can bring clarity and peace of mind. (The idea of bonsai–contemplating the shape of plants to make minute pruning cuts–is based on a similar principle.)
For those looking for just about the easiest way to arrange flowers and still have a “wow” effect, you simply can’t get any better than this.
Each hand-crafted vase measures 5 x 5 inches and is attached to a heavy frog well which will support almost any sized blossom.
Each of these pears is individually hand-sculpted by one of our Beekman 1802 Rural Artist Collective members to capture the curves and voluptuousness of the fruit. Then its modernized by coating them with our signature Beekman 1802 Gun Metal glaze. Every pear is unique. Both beautiful and...
"There's a Hole in My Bucket" is a German children's song that originate in the 1700s. The song is based on a dialogue about a leaky bucket between two characters, called Henry and Liza. Most certainly William Beekman's children would have sung it, and children...
The B. 1802 Rural Artist Collective creates heirloom products that help preserve traditional American craftsmanship. The Heart-of-Steel Vase is hand-forged of solid steel by our Beekman 1802 master blacksmith. Its organic design is taken from the overlappping foliage of the "lady-slipper" flower. Without flowers, the...