New Guest Blog – The JamFactory (+ giveaway!)

by Lucy Feagins, Editor
Monday 24th October 2011

This week Adelaide’s JamFactory joins us all week on the Guest Blog!

Whilst we’re blogging all things Adelaide this week, we have the amazing JamFactory joining us all week on the Guest Blog!

As mentioned in the main post today, The JamFactory is a truly unique creative hub, housing glass, ceramics, metalwork and woodworking studios in a central location in Adelaide’s CBD.   My post above documents a whirlwind tour of the JamFactory facilities, but this week on the Guest Blog each JamFactory department will give you a more in-depth look at their work, and a behind the scenes looks at each of their studios.

We also have a fab giveaway – one lucky reader will win themselves a Kink Oil Bottle, designed and made in the JamFactory Glass Studio!  (Truly the most gorgeous and useful pieces of kitchenware – I have one myself and feel so very grown-up when using it!)  To be in the running to win, simply leave a comment on the Guest Blog by 10.00pm this Thursday!  A winner will be selected at random and announced on Friday.

The fabulous Kink Oil Bottle, designed and made in the JamFactory Glass Studio.  Comment on the Guest Blog this week to be in the running to win one!

by Lucy Feagins, Editor
Monday 24th October 2011


  • Mel 5 years ago

    Love the kink oil bottles. Such a great shape and gorgeous colours.

  • Kristy 5 years ago

    I love JamFactory artists and what they have done to make glass, ceramics and craft in general, cool again!

  • Laura 5 years ago

    super cute! x

  • cathy 5 years ago

    Colours and shape are very appealing!


  • Michelle 5 years ago

    perfect accessory to the kitchen. cute

  • Chelsea 5 years ago

    awesome, they are so elegant and simple

  • Grant 5 years ago

    I always make sure I drop into the Jam Factory shop when in Adelaide. These bottles remind me of Achille Castigiloni’s oil set designed for Alessi. I still covert the ‘mushroom’ vessels I saw at the Jam Factory on my last visit in April.

  • meg 5 years ago

    Thanks Lucy for posting up the amazing Jam Factory – will definately organise to go on a tour next time we are in Adelaide – it was interesting to read about the fantastic designers and work which they are doing and looking forward to this guest blog this week!

  • Anna D 5 years ago

    I’ve always wanted to visit the Jam Factory. Thakns for the story!

  • Ingvill 5 years ago


  • Sam 5 years ago

    oh my – gorgeous – yes please!

  • Phoebe 5 years ago

    Such an elegant design from what looks like a fantastic group of designers. Thanks for the heads up, I’ll be following these guys form now on!

  • Bec 5 years ago

    Love the simplicity!

  • Amy 5 years ago

    So much character in these pieces! Amazing!

  • Adelaida 5 years ago

    You’re right – bottles like those should find a home in every kitchen :)

  • Lexi 5 years ago

    Very summery. They look like blades of grass!

  • Liz 5 years ago

    Beautiful design!

  • Katie Marx 5 years ago

    Love these! been looking for nice oil pourer for ages

  • Ing 5 years ago

    Thank you for all the Adelaide posts: I’ve never been and am now seriously considering a summer trip. I’ll need to chase up Collect Magazine, for sure. Thanks to the Jam Factory for the lovely give-away — if the people can’t go to Adelaide, a small piece of Adelaide can go to them :-)

  • Lisa 5 years ago


    How unique! I could use the Kink oil bottle for my Spanish gourmet Olive Oil.


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