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November 6, 2013
From Flintstone-esque water jugs to pastel tea sets, these designers took a modern twist to a timeless material.
Max Lamb bone china crockery tableware 1882

This handcrafted jug, created by Max Lamb, is made from fine bone china.

Originally appeared in Webshop We Love: Giftlab
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Aspect Pendants by Schmitt Design

These lights, created by Schmitt Design, help set the mood by emitting a warm glow through their porcelain shell.

Originally appeared in 11 Bright Ideas in Lighting Design
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Sweetheart Teapot by Gaia & Gino

Aptly titled the "sweetheart teapot", this porcelain piece was created by Parisian designer Christian Ghion for Gaia & Gino.

Originally appeared in Fall Design Trend: Neutrals and Organics
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Peg Light by Studio Gorm

Created by Studio Gorm, this Peg lamp combines a library aesthetic from the past with modern sensibilities.

Originally appeared in Tomorrow's Design Stars: Part 2
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These porcelain "chat plates" were designed by Ikuko Nakazawa for the MoMA store.

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Porcelain Demitasse Spoons by Studio Nathalie Lahdenmäki

Improve your coffee routine with these porcelain demitasse spoons created by Studio Nathalie Lahdenmaki.

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porcelain tabletop collection

Created by one of Japan's oldest porcelain manufacturers Scholten & Baijings, this tea set is both modern and timeless.

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Max Lamb bone china crockery tableware 1882

This handcrafted jug, created by Max Lamb, is made from fine bone china.

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