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State change and alchemy to usher
the past and future into
perfect presence

PSMADE’s Eston capsule collection by Michael Siplin takes the richness of the elements and drives them towards a particular luminosity and character that grafts memory into presence, with a nod to the future. Each piece is an objet de art, and embodies flexibility: seats become tables become plinths, delivering exceptional character. Between rethought familiar forms in new fabrications and proprietary hand-welded finishes, each piece is equally recollection and invocation.




seat | bench | end of bed | spare | minimal | flexible spaces

Pull up, pull up on me

And let the seat back


- Summer Walker


The form is traditional Chinese, but you’ll see its echo across the Asian continent: adopted, re-adopted, and transmuted through time. Its perfectly curved seat, historically in wood, is reincarnated into polished aluminum, with sturdy legs that draw us into the proverbial root system featuring the hand-welded raindrops finish. 


The patina is custom - can be black or brass. Available as a single seat, and as a double seat bench.



13 1/2” deep x 13 1/2” wide x 18” high



side table | bedside | spare seat | minimal | flexible spaces | objet | inside/outside

Leapin’ and hoppin’ on a Moonshadow

Cat Stevens, Moonshadow


The origin of this piece is more late 70’s, with the exceptional warmth of wood and brass replacing the era’s namesake synthetics. Leaping from earth, and taking a moonshot, we are mesmerized by the heavily wax grain of the fallen old-growth walnut, ultimately luminous with a dimension revealing shades of landscape.  The entire piece is flush and screwless, held in place with two brass slides whose crescent offers the namesake. Perfect fit.


14 1/4” deep x 17 1/2” wide x 16 “ high



side table | bedside | spare seat | minimal | flexible spaces | objet | inside/outside

I can't stand the rain

Against my window, bringing back sweet memories


- Ann Peebles


Inspired by our Thai antique frog drum, this piece is as much history as it is future - maintaining its history in both the sense of sound and structure. Almost appearing as a textile for softness, it carries a bit of feminine, and undeniable masculine, with it’s hand-welded raindrops finish.


An exceptional expression of metal recalling rain, it is a beautiful object for inside and outside, where its patina will surely become absolutely magical


13” dia. X 15 1/2” high



Spacial design | objects | sculpture | form

And the sun poured in like butterscotch

And stuck to all my senses

Joni Mitchell, Chelsea Morning


These are all about transforming wood into gold. Interpretations of minimalist finds, coupled with unusual angles, these shiny brass objets consider the relativity of form, angle, and intervention. Unexpected stewards who highlight first editions on a shelf, or as corner sculptures, they interrupt space in ways that recall the forms Serra, drawing attention and creating punctuation.


Tapping into lamp and sunlight, they refract along their unique finish. While they denote a particular masculinity, their shape and flexibility offer a particular kind of yin, and spatial transformation


X form: 1” deep x 10” x 13” 

L form:  1 1/2” deep x 14” x 15 3/4”



vintage | table top | floor sculpture | objet

And I need you more than want you

And I want you for all time

And the Wichita lineman

Is still on the line


- Glen Campbell