Design Your Own Dinnerware
Molded to your liking.
Here’s how it works:
1. Choose your shape: Pick a dish to kick things off—a salad plate, dinner plate, or bowl.
2. Select a style: Opted for a plate? You’ve got three rim options: wide, angled, or organic edge. Bowl instead? There’s three silhouettes: small and shallow, large and shallow, or deep.
3. Pick your glaze: There’s a whole rainbow of options here, some shiny, some matte. And who says your set has to be all one shade?
4. Repeat to your heart’s content: This is the stuff mix-and-match dreams are made of (we’re loving blush with brown and dark green with grey). So go on…round out your set with dishes made just the way you like ‘em.
Can't decide on a color? Snag a sample plate—or four—to see and feel those glazes for yourself (and start building your picture-perfect set).
Details & Materials +-
Stoneware and porcelain clay composite; food-safe, lead- and cadmium-free glazes
Glaze sample plate is 5.75" D
Organic Edge: 11.25" D x 0.5" H
Angled Rim: 11.25" D x 0.5" H
Wide Rim: 10.5" D x 0.75" H
Organic Edge: 8.5" D x 0.5" H
Angled Rim: 8.5" D x 0.5" H
Wide Rim: 8.5" D x 0.75" H
Deep Bowl: 6.25" D x 2.5" H
Small Shallow: 6.25" D x 2" H
Large Shallow: 8.5" D x 2.5" H
Please expect a small variation (approx. 1/8") in size due to the handmade quality. Each piece is hand-stamped with the Food52 logo on the bottom of the piece.
Care & Notes +-
These dishes are microwave-friendly. Do not expose them to sudden, dramatic shifts in temperature (such as straight from the freezer to a hot oven), and do not place them over an open flame. Every piece is dishwasher-safe, too, but hand washing them will extend their life.
Since this dinnerware is handmade, you can expect some natural glaze imperfections (such as texture differences, drips, pools, pinholes, and bumps). The bottom of each piece is left unglazed. Please anticipate matte sky pieces to have a level of variance, with some showing hints of green and yellow, due to the unique composition of this glaze. The matte glazes are more prone to visible silverware marks—but those can be removed or lightened with a gentle, mildly abrasive household cleaner, like Bar Keeper’s Friend.
Shipping & Returns +-
View our Return Policy.
Photography by Ty Mecham
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