Homewares

SIMONE DEVINE

Simone Devine

Scott and Simone are the creative duo behind Simone Devine. Together they create a range of resin jewellery and homewares that are both beautiful and durable. They believe in artisan pieces that can be integrated into the everyday and coveted forever.

Find Scott and Simone at the market each weekend!

Wonki and J

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With pieces fully handmade in their modest Melbourne studio, the work of Wonki and J Ceramics have been an instant hit at the market. Their range of simple, quality and functional tableware is inspired by Australian nature and has a traditional Korean twist to keep things interesting.

They only use organic raw materials for their glaze and all clay is sourced from local suppliers.

Co. Studio

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Co. Studio is the brainchild of local Melbourne designer and artist Claire Osman. After months of researching & experimenting extensively into the properties of kelp, Co. Studio will be bringing their unique handmade homewares to the market. Made solely from dried seaweed & resin, this beautiful line of homewares are naturally moulded into shape.

The materials and method of her practice are both highly sustainable and unique, and with an interest to further the exploration of other seldom used materials, be sure to keep an eye out for Co. Studio in the future.

Pirdy

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What started out as a bit of fun quickly turned into a thriving homewares and accessories business for Juliet Carr, the energetic designer of label Pirdy. With a background in visual merchandising and retail management, Juliet completed a casting course a little over 5 years ago and today boasts an ever expanding product range all made by hand (including molds and pigments) so it's little wonder that her products consistently wow and excite an eager market crowd.

Inspired by nature, nostalgia and colour, expect to find gorgeous Humming Birds, bright Peacocks for your home and some very 80s inspired jewellery!

Juliet loves the market for giving her the opportunity to chat with customers, seeing their reaction to her work and just generally being inspired by the creativity around the space.

They Call Me Ishmael

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Every so often, a product comes along that is totally unique, playful and well thought out - totally encapsulating what Rose Street is all about. These dinosaur pot plants are exactly that! By Matthew Aldridge of They Call Me Ishmael, these dinosaur planters are totally carved and painted by hand and come in a beautiful array of pastel shades.

Since debuting at the market this year, they have proved to be a huge hit so this is one dinosaur that will be around for a while!