"We continue our exploration into cabinets of curiosities with a new range of accessories designed to add a touch of glamour and sophistication to the modern desktop and the study," said the designer, who recently opened a sandwich cafe at London luxury department store Harrods.
A tape dispenser, a stapler, a desk tidy and pens make up the Cube stationery collection.
Each of the products has a minimal blocky shape and is made from a zinc alloy plated with copper, which Dixon recently used for the interior for the Mondrian hotel in London's Sea Containers building.
Copper is also used to decorate a set of geometric, clear glass vases, creating bands around the forms where their shape or proportions change.
The copper is hand-painted onto the mouth-blown Tank vessels, designed for long-stemmed roses, small bunches or larger flowers.
Trove is a pair of black cast-iron storage boxes, which Dixon describes as "not a conventional decorative accessory, more a multifunctional design artefact that can masquerade as a treasure box".
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The two designs have lids made from pressed glass, shaped to give them magnifying properties so the contents inside appear larger.
Dixon's family of solid-brass tableware based on cogs – launched at the same event last year – has also been updated with a rollerball pen and storage block.
Maison & Objet will take place at the Nord Villepinte exhibition centre outside Paris from 23 to 27 January.
Photography is by Peer Lindgreen.