Material Kitchen Just Launched Their First Dinnerware Collection—and It’s a Mood

The kitchenware company teams up with Soilbaker for a collection of handcrafted ceramics that you’ll want to pass down for generations.

While you may know them for their sleek knife sets or cutting boards made out of recycled plastic, Material Kitchen has officially set foot in the world of dinnerware. Launched earlier this week, the collection features plates in full and half sizes, as well as a shallow bowl and round bowl. The pieces were designed in partnership with Soilbaker, a Korean ceramics studio that’s been outfitting the tabletops of restaurants around the globe with handmade wares since 2015.

Material's new Dine collection in the color Dune.

Material's new Dine collection in the color Dune.

The bowls and plates come in two colors: a dark gray and goes-with-everything cream. The clay used was custom created by Soilbaker exclusively for Material. It’s mixed with five different types of natural soil, which is the only way to achieve the delicate gray hues while also making the dinnerware lightweight yet sturdy. Each design is hand-thrown on a potter’s wheel and fired using traditional techniques, drawing upon the age-old craftsmanship found in Yeoju, South Korea. The pieces are dishwasher and microwave safe.

The Half Plate, Full Plate, Open Bowl, and Round Bowl in the color Grotto.

The Half Plate, Full Plate, Open Bowl, and Round Bowl in the color Grotto.

You can shop the collection below or by going to materialkitchen.com.

Material Full Plate
The 11” Full Plate is made for full meals.
Material Half Plate
The 8” Half Plate is our go-to platito for breakfast, sandwiches, and small bites.
Material Open Bowl
The Open Bowl is ideal for salads, noodles, and saucy meals. Our ceramics are crafted from natural Korean soils and hand-finished, and as such, each piece is one-of-a-kind and imperfect.
Material Round Bowl
he Round Bowl is a bowl-eater’s paradise; the perfect anything bowl. Our ceramics are crafted from natural Korean soils and hand-finished, and as such, each piece is one-of-a-kind and imperfect.

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