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  1. London Design Festival: This Is Not a Detergent Bottle
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    London Design Festival: This Is Not a Detergent Bottle

    More ceramics from Tent, in the form of everyday, disposable objects cast in porcelain.

    written by: Sam Jacob
    09.22.08

  2. London Design Festival: Twee Party
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    London Design Festival: Twee Party

    There seems to be a crockery revival—Tent has a whole host of young designers showing ceramic work of one kind or another. Perhaps the most beautiful was the 'Blaue Blume' range of tableware...

    written by: Sam Jacob
    09.22.08

  3. Mitsura Koga
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    Mitsura Koga

    A new show of stone vases at Japanese boutique, Tortoise General Store, will likely knock your socks off. Artist Mitsura Koga has been transforming found stones into absolute works of art. And if...

    written by: Laure Joliet
    10.13.08

  4. Mc&Co
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    Mc&Co

    Gleaming from a white-washed box on North 6th Street is Corinne Gilbert's Mc&Co, a lovingly-curated shop of modern porcelain, glassware, art, home accessories and fashion accessories that break...

    written by: Jamie Waugh
    10.21.08

  5. New Color for Take-out
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    New Color for Take-out

    Bare fridges filled with nothing but hot sauce, a couple bottles of beer, and some old take-out will be getting a makeover with these porcelain versions of the classic to-go containers.

    written by: Laure Joliet
    10.25.08

  6. Birdhouses
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    Birdhouses

    Dear Dwell: We'd like to get a modern-looking birdhouse. Which ones will look best in our backyard? —Erik Edwards, St. Louis, Missouri

    written by: Christopher Bright
    photos by: Peter Belanger
    01.01.09

  7. 101 Bathrooms: Ceramic
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    101 Bathrooms: Ceramic

    Long considered to be the standard bathroom material, ceramic is no longer boring. New shapes and colors help redefine what was once only basic bisque or beige.

    written by: Virginia Gardiner
    01.01.09

  8. Caroma-Caravelle-One-Piece Round Front Plus Dual-Flush Toilet

    Caroma-Caravelle-One-Piece Round Front Plus Dual-Flush Toilet

    Vitreous china bowl and tank / Two-button flush / 0.8 or 1.6 gallons per flush

    $500.00

  9. Clivus Multrum Foam-Flush Toilet

    Clivus Multrum Foam-Flush Toilet

    Vitreous china bowl and water tank / Push-button flush / 3 ounces per flush

    $2500.00

  10. Sancor Envirolet VF 700 Composting Toilet

    Sancor Envirolet VF 700 Composting Toilet

    Vitreous china bowl / External composting unit / Vacuum-assisted flush /

    $3999.00

  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. 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

  13. Classic Century

    Classic Century

    Originally designed in 1952 by world-renowned designer Eva Zeisel, this timeless tabletop art makes a comeback in a creamy neutral. Each organic, elegant piece is a masterpiece of form and function.

    $36.95

  14. 13 Modern Salt and Pepper Shakers
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    13 Modern Salt and Pepper Shakers

    Dear Dwell: I've been looking for modern salt-and-pepper shakers, but all I've found are tchotchkes and diner-style pillars. What do you recommend? —Cheryl LeGasse, San Francisco, Calif...

    photos by: Dwight Eschliman
    01.25.09

  15. Sal&

    Sal&

    This salt and pepper set explores a new visual solution: one pot nestling on the other. The tactile pair can be displayed together or separately and is also available in glossy apple green.

    $42.95

  16. Salt and Pepper No4

    Salt and Pepper No4

    Designed by Ron Gilad for Designfenzider's, this salt and pepper shaker–inspired by the mortar and pestle–sits on the line between the abstract and the functional.

    $54.00

  17. Nook

    Nook

    This ceramic salt-and-pepper shaker––set in a compact, nesting design––is fun to use, easy to clean, and aesthetically pleasing to look at.

    $10.50

  18. Bird Salt-Pepper

    Bird Salt-Pepper

    These iconic salt and pepper shakers are perfect as a hostess gift. Place a set in front of each of your guests to make your tabletop playful.

    $48.00

  19. Shake

    Shake

    $49.00

  20. Mono Gemiini Stacking

    Mono Gemiini Stacking

    Not only are these attractive ceramic and stainless steel salt-and-pepper shakers stackable (which saves you some space), they are also dishwasher safe, which makes cleaning them a breeze.

    $65.00

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