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Explore - Servingware
A compliment to the MU Flatware Place Setting or beautiful on it's own, this serving set is created by award-winning Japanese architect and designer Toyo Ito, and draws on the tactile sensation of...
The world is full of mass produced, cheap, and replaceable products. Designer Carola Zee, however, creates unique porcelain pieces that will withstand the demands of time. Distinctively shaped by...
Created for Gaia & Gino by renowned Parisian designer Christian Ghion, this porcelain teapot has a voluptuous, organic silhouette that infuses a modern aesthetic with Turkish sensibilities.
These plates designed by David Rasmussen are functional Danish modern art for your dinner table. Available in hard walnut and maple, each plate is trimmed with a slick pop of color and finished...
This chic, reusable cutlery is made from organic, food-safe bamboo and water-based adhesives, and finished with premium natural oils. Enjoy the perfect picnic in safe, natural style.
Despite the fact that these fine bone china cups feel light and fragile, they survived some not-exactly-delicate handling. The “Macaroon” moniker comes from the glaze, which is...
A micromesh filter within this ceramic design ensures a nearly foolproof brew and will give you good earth karma for abandoning paper filters.
The oversize proportions of this whimsical sugar bowl and its companions (coordinating teapot, creamer, cup, and cookie jar) evokes a grown-up version of a child’s tea set.
Fiesta is the sturdy workhorse of tableware and has been around since 1936. We were thrilled to see their new glaze, the reddish-coral “Flamingo” hue released this spring. Disc’s...
This bucket looks ceramic, but appearances deceive—it’s constructed from a super-lightweight resin. The dimpled surface, rough edges, and leather handles lend nice tactile qualities.
A limited run of 112 trays was commissioned by the Napa Valley winery Newton Vineyard, each equally suited to serving hors d’oeuvres as wine. Asymmetrical cross-hatching references the region...
One of Japan’s oldest porcelain manufacturers, Arita, hired Dutch duo Scholten & Baijings to design a minimalist tabletop collection using traditional Japanese glazes like yellow ochre...
Crafted from recycled glass bottles, these carafes blend a smart sensibility with sustainable design principles. We love that the top doubles as a glass—perfect to keep bedside if you...
These glass pitchers and cups consist of recycled glass stock that's processed in a wind energy-powered furnace. Each is made by hand, one at a time, in Esque's Oregon studio so no two are alike.
Presentation is everything. Brooklyn Slate Company manufactures a rustic slate slab perfect for displaying cheeses at your next dinner party. They even provide a soapstone pencil to identify your...
When the enameled steel Krenit bowl was first released in the 1950s, its designer Herbert Krenchel said, “The idea was to make a beautiful bowl, preferably so functional and delicate that it...
A bellwether in America’s shift in taste toward modern design, potter and artist Russel Wright’s 1937 American Modern line of dishes and tableware has all the clean, expressive warmth...
Before you got into urban homesteading, before you were drinking obscure Vermont microbrews out of them at the off-campus co-op, even before your grandmother started keeping her leftovers in them,...
Though Domestic Aesthetic is based in Brooklyn, its undulating Bamboo tray is handcrafted in Detroit. Its makers had previously worked supplying metal parts to the auto industry but have branched...
Breakfast in bed? If you're lucky! Trays make it easy to take bacon and eggs, Cap'n Crunch, or pancakes from the kitchen to the boudoir in style. This birch veneer surface is heat-treated and will...