Looks Like White

Handmade Pie Dish, by Looks Like White

$73.50
Handmade Pie Dish, by Looks Like White
Looks Like White

Handmade Pie Dish, by Looks Like White

$73.50
Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+

Time for pie.

Montreal-based ceramicist Trudy Crane is known for her organic forms and nature-inspired lines, and this dish is no exception. Designed and handmade just for us, it has a ruffled edge and lace-like detail that’ll make your pie crust shine, even if you skip the crimping. Did we mention that pretty white glaze will pair right up with whatever’s on the table? (You probably figured that out already.)

  • Made in: Montreal.
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

Montreal-based ceramicist Trudy Crane is known for her organic forms and nature-inspired lines, and this dish is no exception. Designed and handmade just for us, it has a ruffled edge and lace-like detail that’ll make your pie crust shine, even if you skip the crimping. Did we mention that pretty white glaze will pair right up with whatever’s on the table? (You probably figured that out already.)

Time for pie.

Montreal-based ceramicist Trudy Crane is known for her organic forms and nature-inspired lines, and this dish is no exception. Designed and handmade just for us, it has a ruffled edge and lace-like detail that’ll make your pie crust shine, even if you skip the crimping. Did we mention that pretty white glaze will pair right up with whatever’s on the table? (You probably figured that out already.)

  • Made in: Montreal.
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

Montreal-based ceramicist Trudy Crane is known for her organic forms and nature-inspired lines, and this dish is no exception. Designed and handmade just for us, it has a ruffled edge and lace-like detail that’ll make your pie crust shine, even if you skip the crimping. Did we mention that pretty white glaze will pair right up with whatever’s on the table? (You probably figured that out already.)