Nambe possesses a certain mystique. Partly it's our very name and our connections to the landscape, culture and history of our origins. Nambe (pronounced nom-BAY) was christened for a tiny village near Santa Fe in Northern New Mexico where the company was founded in 1951.But there's more to it, this mystique, which makes Nambe the "lifestyle" brand valued by people who love simple, elegant designs and love to share them with others.The most distinguishing characteristic of Nambe is that our company is devoted as passionately to form as it is to function. Many early Nambe designs (Tri-Corner and Butterfly bowls, for instance) are still some of the most popular. This dedication to design defines Nambe. Timeless art you can use every day.Early on, discerning buyers and customers of prestigious stores discovered Nambe. Museums added Nambe to their collections and exhibits. For its beauty, quality and heirloom value, Nambe became a favorite gift, especially for brides. The collection grew and became a world brand.In 1998, we introduced the collection of Nambe full-lead crystal and in 2001, Nambe lighting. Additional collections and other exciting news about Nambe are imminent.Nambe products have been collected and exhibited by museums around the world.The British Museum, LondonBrooklyn Museum of Art, BrooklynCenter for Modern Art, PragueThe Chicago Athenaeum, ChicagoGroningen Museum, The NetherlandsInternational Museum of Design, LondonLiving Design Center OZONE, TokyoMuseum of Modern Art, New YorkMuseum of Modern Art, San FranciscoPhiladelphia Museum of Art, PhiladelphiaSummit of the Americas, Washington D.C.

Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan

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