What we mean when we say “bespoke” at Harris Made.

Posted by Emma Harris on Aug 14, 2019 8:15:00 AM

Bespoke is an interesting word, don’t you think?

Dating back to 1583 in the Oxford English Dictionary, the original definition is “to speak for, commission and arrange for goods”. Perhaps it’s most commonly known in use with made-to-order tailored suits - the bespoke suits of Savile Row, London.

Well, at Harris Made, we do have a specific interpretation of what we mean when we say “bespoke”.

Working hand-in-hand with our clients, not only do we deliver a beautiful gift with a provenance unique to their institution, we further personalize it by weaving in a bespoke made-to-order design that has substantial meaning for the institution and their donors.

The Leach Teaching Gardens at Texas A&M is the result of a significant capital campaign. To reflect the unique contribution and impact that generous support provides, we leveraged the individual designs of 22 gardens that make up the larger garden as a pattern repeat and design motif.

Download our guide: 10 Considerations When Outfitting Your Gift Closet.

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