Russel Wright American Modern Dinnerware & Serveware
The LBD of dinnerware.
A mid-century modern design icon meets the most widely sold American dinnerware in history. Russel Wright is credited with bringing modern design into American homes over the first half of the 20th century. His line, launched in 1939, has trademark curvy silhouettes and rounded corners—they’re so easy to dress up and down, in fact, that Wright likened them to “the little black dress." Today, Bauer is the only place making the Russel Wright American Modern line (and we got to head to their Southern California property to see it in action). This set of hand-made ceramics brings the vision together with Russel Wright's exclusive designs in a gorgeous glaze and a range of color options.
Photography by Ty Mecham, James Ransom, and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Earthenware and lead-free glaze
Salad Plate: 0.75"H and 8" in diameter;
Dinner Plate: 0.75"H and 10" in diameter;
Lug Bowl: 7"L (with handle) x 6"W x 2.25" H;
Double Lug Bowl: 8"L (with handles) x 6"W x 2.25"H;
Chop Platter: 14.5"L x 12.75"W x 1"H
3-Piece Dinnerware Set includes (1) Salad Plate, (1) Dinner Plate, and (1) Lug Bowl
Lug Bowl Serving Set includes (1) Lug Bowl and (1) Double Lug Bowl
Serving Set includes (1) Double Lug Bowl and (1) Chop Platter
Care & Notes
Shipping & Returns
Cannot be shipped to U.S. Territories or P.O.Box/APO/FPO/DPO addresses.
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Meet the Maker
Our Tips & Stories
How we'd use this beauty in our own homes.
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