C.K. Thomas & Sons, a third generation family business dedicated to revitalizing ancient craftsmanship through Modcient design, reported the debut of their brand new collection of hand-hammered brass products during High Point Market, April 22-26, 2017. The C.K. Thomas & Sons showroom is located at the Suites at Market Square, booth T-828 (top floor).
“Modcient design combines modern design aesthetics with ancient craftsmanship,” says Joshua Prabhakar, CEO of C.K. Thomas & Sons. “This allows our customers to enjoy accessories for their homes that use the same skills and techniques that adorned ancient temples and palaces.”
Six never-before-seen products will be on display during market, highlighting polished, hand-hammered and antiqued brass pieces, and incorporating glass, mirrors and hand-cut features. The collection includes coffee and side tables, accent chairs and lighting, with retail prices starting at $800.
"To preserve the artisanal skills of yesterday we must fight to practice them today. Profits from all our products go back to the artisans to preserve these techniques for generations to come," says Prabhakar.
- 100% handmade using endangered skills and techniques
- 100% pure brass (no electroplating), eliminating the deposit of toxic chemicals into the environment
- Profits from these products go back to the artisan to support the artisan and preserve these skills and techniques for future generations
For more information visit www.ckthomas.com
C.K. Thomas & Sons
is a third generation family business that uses the most durable raw materials and blends them with skills passed down from generation to generation to produce truly distinct heirloom pieces. By utilizing endangered skills that have been passed down for centuries we aim to revitalize these ancient crafts and skills. A percentage of all of our profits are reinvested in programs and initiatives that support the craftspeople, their families, their communities and their amazing talents. We invite everyone to bring our unique conversation pieces in their homes, while being a part of the change that will allow all of us to preserve truly exquisite craftsmanship that has been honed over centuries.
Furniture World Magazine-Business solutions for furniture retailers