Nimerology’s Exquisite China Reflects Its Founder’s World Travels


Nimerology is a deluxe homeware brand that’s been hard to find outside exclusive boutiques across the Middle East. But its Lebanese founder, Nour al Nimer, recently moved to New York City and brought her wares with her. Now the fine bone china, made in the renowned English pottery town of Stoke-on-Trent, is available at Manhattan’s Gabriel & Guillaume gallery as well as at Matriark in Sag Harbor, with pop-ups in the works. With a Turkish mother, Palestinian father, and an extensive arts education in England, al Nimer taps her global mindset to design chinaware inspired by her travels (Ode to Scandinavia and I Left My Heart in Mexico are just two globetrotting collection names). “My husband was based in New York when we met and I wanted Nimerology to have a presence in the U.S., so moving here was a natural progression for both my personal and professional life,” she says. “Plus, this city has always been my happy place.”