Helen Levi Handmade Golden Hour Dinnerware
Dawn and dusk.
If you could capture the colors of dusk in ceramic, this would be it: Around the Helen Levi studio they call this pattern “5 p.m. in January” for the way it captures the warmth of sunset meeting the cool night sky. This dipped stoneware, handmade in Brooklyn, is a sturdy set for everyday use, any time of day. But every once in a while, it won’t hurt to bring out the mug to watch the sunrise, or a bowl of soup to see the sunset...they’ll look right at home against the painted sky.
Photography by Ty Mecham, Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Queens, New York
Dinner Plate is 10.25" in diameter x 0.5"H
Soup Bowl is 6" in diameter x 2.5"H
Mug is 4" in diameter x 4"H; holds 16 fluid ounces
Care & Notes
Dishwasher and microwave safe, hand washing always recommended to prolong the life of the piece, as it is gentler.
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