Sablo Ceramic Dinnerware
How they speckle.
For dishes that lend natural flair anywhere they land, look no further than these stoneware gems. They were dreamed up by German industrial designer Frederike Martens, who drew inspiration from sand, clay, and water—we can tell. The speckle you see is all thanks to colored clay, plus a one-of-a-kind mix of quartz and minerals (so yep, you’ll find slight variation from piece to piece). Oh, and wait until you get your hands on ‘em: Every dish has a slightly rough texture, right alongside a glassy-smooth finish. Add to that the fact that all this dinnerware and serveware is dishwasher- and microwave-friendly, and you’ve got your new go-tos.
Photography by Ty Mecham
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Dinner plate: 10.2" D x 0.5" H, set of 4
Salad plate: 8.3" D x 0.5" H, set of 4
Deep plate: 7.3" D x 1.6" H, set of 4
Soup bowl: 6.1" D x 2.8" H, set of 4
Mug: 3.2" D x 3.9" H, 8.5 oz capacity, set of 4
Deep serving bowl: 7.9" D x 3.7" H
Shallow serving bowl: 13.6" D x 3" H
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