We've got it handled.

Each of these pieces is part of the Shelter Collection, designed in Charleston, South Carolina and produced by a team of artisans in Star, North Carolina. After the closing of a factory in Star left a large portion of the town unemployed, nonprofit STARworks used the vacant building to start a full-scale ceramics and glassblowing studio, reviving the community economy by drawing artisans and craftspeople from all over the world. The Shelter Collection is a testament to the power of art in rebuilding communities.

This tall, stately pitcher holds enough water or iced tea for a crowd. It’s made from local North Carolina stoneware and hand-dipped in a matte glaze, leaving a bit of warm, earth-colored clay peeking through the bottom. Its hand-formed spout and long, sturdy handle work together for easy pouring, not to mention create a sleek and stunning shape. Each one is hand thrown using locally harvested and processed clay and glazes, and slight variations from pitcher to pitcher makes each one unique.