Food52 Serving Platter, by Jono Pandolfi
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From the artist's hands to yours.
Made-to-order. Ships out in 10 business days.
Jono Pandolfi, the designer behind the first-ever Food52 dinnerware line, has a stunning platter to play alongside your plates, bowls, and mugs. Jono outfits some of New York’s best restaurants with his ceramics, creating an earthy canvas for each chef’s masterpieces. And now, ours, too!
While Jono’s Food52 dinnerware is made using a potter’s wheel (see a video of the process here!), his platter is completely handbuilt—no wheel, no mold, just the artist’s hands. Jono’s expert craftsmanship is apparent with each piece—the tan clay is rolled out on canvas, giving the outside of the platter a fabric-like texture, hand-shaped for an organic and completely unique platter, and finally glazed in a cool white for a smooth finish.
Please note this item is subject to a 10% restocking fee for returns.
Photography by Rocky Luten, Bobbi Lin, & Alpha Smoot
Details & Materials -
Union City, New Jersey
Stoneware with food-safe white glaze
Medium platter is 8.5" W x 12" L x 1" H; Large platter is 11.75" W x 14.75" L x 1.5" H
Care & Notes -
Dishwasher and microwave safe.
Meet the Maker
Union City, NJ
New Jersey-based ceramicist Jono Pandolfi, whose handmade plates, bowls, and mugs grace the tables of restaurants like Eleven Madison Park and the Nomad Hotel, is the designer behind Food52’s first-ever dinnerware line. Hand-hewn shapes cast in a light tan clay and white glaze, the pieces are restaurant quality but made for the home table.View Full Profile
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