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  1. Emerald in the Rough
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    Emerald in the Rough

    An architect and artist flee Dublin for the countryside to build a biodegradable house and raise their children.

    written by: Virginia Gardiner
    photos by: Cornelius Scriba
    01.19.09

  2. The Frozen Fountain
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    The Frozen Fountain

    Though some might say that you can’t buy good taste, Cok de Rooy has built a career out of doing just that. He refined his design sensibilities as a buyer for big brands like Liberty of...

    written by: Jordan Kushins
    photos by: Alex Subrizi
    10.19.09

  3. Porcelain Cylinder

    Porcelain Cylinder

    This slip cast porcelain cylinder is 8 3/8" tall, 5" diameter, and weighs almost two and a half pounds, sturdy enough to handle even the thickest stemmed buds that you stick inside. Elsa + Sam's...

    $70.00

  4. Geo Birdhouse

    Geo Birdhouse

    Foreclose on the rustic pitched-roof tree house and feather up for a modern roost. Just think ofthe handsome flock you’ll attract with this ceramic Bucky Ball—it’s certain to be...

  5. Mortar & Pestle

    Mortar & Pestle

    Space can be tight in modern kitchens, so it's always nice to find a handy product that will look good sitting out on the countertop if there's no storage for it in the cupboard. Herbs and spices...

    $50.00

  6. 58° Salt and Pepper Shakers

    58° Salt and Pepper Shakers

    These porcelain and cork salt and pepper shakers were named for the latitude where Denmark meets Norway, but designed for the dining table at the intersection of mashed potatoes and green beans. We...

    $44.00

  7. Small Spinners

    Small Spinners

    These hand-crafted spinners are a series of porcelain planters well-suited to housing herbs, but equally adept at hanging on to pencils, candles, or small tabletop clutter. They come available in...

    $44.00

  8. Kähler

    Kähler

    Kähler was founded in 1839, when the Holstein pottery Herman J. Kähler opened a small pottery in the Kindhestegade in Næstved. His son, Herman A. Kähler, took over the workshop in 1875. ...

    01.03.10

  9. Hasami

    Founded by Takuhiro Shinomoto of Venice, California’s Tortoise, Hasami Porcelain blends traditional Japanese pottery with modern lines. Named for Hasami, Nagasaki—a prominent pottery region in...

    12.19.13

  10. Nemo Tile

    02.13.14

  11. Iittala

    Iittala

    Founded in Iittala, Finland in 1881, Iittala first began as a glass factory. The company now celebrates generations of glassware objects including vases, dishes, and décor items, and maintains the...

    01.16.09

  12. Heath Ceramics

    Heath Ceramics continues as one of California’s last remaining mid-century era potteries, compared to several hundred which once operated in the state. It continues to produce and sell...

    03.16.09

  13. People Will Always Need Plates

    People Will Always Need Plates is the creation of Hannah Dipper and Robin Farquhar. Launched in 2004, they aim to use high quality, low volume batch production to create witty, thoughtful and sty...

    03.20.09

  14. Elsa + Sam

    Elsa + Sam

    elsa+sam offers only the highest quality decorative and functional dishware direct from independent designers in North America and Europe. Every product in our shop is individually crafted with...

    03.31.09

  15. Circa Ceramics

    Circa Ceramics

    Circa Ceramics is a collaborative studio team composed of Nancy Pizarro and Andy Witt. This duo creates candy-colored ceramic dishware, magnets, tiles, tabs, and cylinders adorned with their...

    03.31.09

  16. Up in the Air Somewhere

    Up in the Air Somewhere is Chicago-based artist and designer Susan Dwyer. Three years after graduating from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she focused in sculpture, Dwyer began...

    06.08.09

  17. Beehouse

    Bee House produces durable and functional teapots in a wide range of colors and glazes. All Bee House products are made in Japan by Zero, Japan's leading manufacturer of teapots and tableware. The...

    07.07.09

  18. Duravit

    Duravit

    Almost 200 years of bathroom history. It all begins in 1817, when George Friedrich Horn establishes an earthenware factory in Hornberg in the Black Forest. In 1842 the manufacture of tableware is...

    10.22.09

  19. Phoenix Design

    From frog to Phoenix. Even before Hartmut Esslinger's design studio became Frog Design, Andreas Haug was his first associate. Here, he also met Tom Schönherr. They got on famously and in 1987...

    11.01.09

  20. Bauer Pottery

    Bauer Pottery

    Starting in Louisville, Kentucky, and then flourishing in Los Angeles, California, J. A. Bauer Pottery Company created simple, yet beautiful stoneware from the late 1880s to the early 1960s. With...

    11.08.09

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