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Explore - Ceramics
Dinner parties are meant to stimulate sparkling conversation, and now your cooking will speak for itself and the tableware can do the talking, too. These Chat Plates were designed by Ikuko Nakazawa...
Weekday mornings might be rushed, but come Saturday and Sunday there's nothing better than sitting around in sweatpants, reading the paper, and enjoying a leisurely breakfast. If soft boiled eggs...
This Product of the Day goes out to our furry-friend-adoring managing editor, Michele Posner, and her lovely pup, Gracie. As both a pet lover and ceramics afficionado, MP is the first person we...
We Go Together is yet another fun example of dishware that unites classic food duos (see also: the much-loved dunk mug). This ceramic tray makes a single serving soup-and-sammy combo easily...
Let's be frank. Sometimes, when you're sitting on the couch, and you're feeling pretty comfy, and you've got a pleasantly warm beverage in your hand, it is just a little too much to ask to unsettle...
Ideal for the still-in-school foodie or the chef who moonlights as a scribe, this ceramic tray from Fish's Eddy is just darn cool. Keep it on display in the kitchen in between taking notes in...
The holidays are not generally known as a time of decorative restraint, but it is possible to find festive adornments that will not make Father Christmas hang and shake his head in shame. Canadian...
Few things are better than a beautiful bouquet on one's birthday. This lovely vase, handmade by Brooklyn-based ceramics company Perch!, stands 11.5-inches tall with a 4-inch opening (and has a...
When you're in trouble with a lack of trivets, this ovenproof porcelain dish will come in handy. The handles do double duty to keep the hot pot off the tabletop and also let you hold it with one...
There are few manufacturers who warm our hearts—and tables—like Heath Ceramics in Sausailto, California. This ceramic bowl, in a seasonal red hue, could be a salad-serving piece as its...
What's serious cooking without at least one Le Creuset bowl in the mix? Our choice at the holidays: this large oval serving bowl, ready to carry three quarts of tasty fixings to the table.
Though perhaps not a turkey, this bird bowl, made of fired stoneware with a matte white glaze, will look perfect atop any Thanksgiving table. Use it to hold nuts or turn that tail into a gravy slide.
What's inside it a question easily answered (lift the lid, silly) but when it was put there is a whole nother story. Write the content's particulars or a little note to your roomie on this...
Oh how we adore this dynamic duo of stoneware spout and felted cozy from Canadian designer Paige Russell, whose ceramic work is really something wonderful. The little sweaters are made from...
It's Friday (huzzah!), and we resolutely plan on spending the afternoon daydreaming about a leisurely weekend brunch spent in pajamas with the paper and a fresh brew. Bauer's classic 32 ounce...
The Cammeo jar by Louise Campbell is a clean and simple jar design with a twist. Interchangeable colorful bands remind you which has what inside of it and add just a touch of whimsy. Available in...
A set of two mini porcelain folded bowls for holding your salt and pepper. Spoon available separately. Glazed in clear gloss.
It's nigh impossible to find to two identical flowers, and it's not too much to expect the same subtle uniqueness in your bud vases, too. Ohio-based designer Cynthia Vardhan hand-throws each and...
We own one of these ceramic cartons, but don't actually keep it anywhere near the eggs. It's the perfect spot to store earrings on our side table, and we're positive it would make an equally...
Gravity gets a starring role in Finnish designer Tanja Sipila's aptly-named Newton cream and sugar set. The small porcelain dish that cradles the cubes will tilt when the milk is poured.