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Breakfast Pitcher

$120.00
An urban interpretation of a traditional English jug. The Medieval jugs I used as inspiration had such an honest and authentic sense of utility that it was easy to make an updated version.
Pitcher - Large

$210.00
An urban interpretation of a traditional English jug. The Medieval jugs I used as inspiration had such an honest and authentic sense of utility that it was easy to make an updated version.
Bistro Tray

$250.00
A ceramic version of the trays seen in cafes and informal restaurants in Paris and other European cities. Great for organizing items on the the breakfast table or even as a serving dish for a large dinner party.

approximately 14 1/2 inch diameter
Berry bowl

$90.00
As useful as it is charming. Use it as a small colander for pasta too!

approximately 7 1/2 diameter
Set of 3 Prep Bowls

$150.00
This is one of the most versatile forms I make. This is great as a prep bowl but it is also great as a serving bowl and is the perfect size for 2 scoops of ice cream with the pouring lip doubling as a handle!

4 3/4" Tall X 2 1/4" Wide
Honey Pot

$110.00
I wanted to make this honey pot sturdy and comfortable to pickup. The rolled rim gives a practical place to pick it up by and I have thrown these fairly thin so that when they are filled with honey they can still be picked up easily. The "strap" handle on the lid gives the hand a good grip to lift or yank it from the sticky rim. The contrast lid is a reference to tea jars of Japan that once used ivory lids (beautiful but I'm glad we've stopped that tradition!).

4 1/4 " Tall X 3 3/4" Wide
Serving Platter

$225.00
14 3/4" diameter by 2" high
Mug - Espresso

$45.00
This is my take on the traditional coffee cup. Partly inspired by the classic tin cups made during the Civil War I wanted to make a mug that was light and sturdy. The rolled rim gives strength to the lip and doubles as another point to hold the mug by. These can be used for coffee or tea but are great for whiskey too.

holds 4 fluid ounces
Mug - Coffee

$55.00
This is my take on the traditional coffee cup. Partly inspired by the classic tin cups made during the Civil War I wanted to make a mug that was light and sturdy. The rolled rim gives strength to the lip and doubles as another point to hold the mug by. These can be used for coffee or tea but are great for whiskey too.

holds 17 fluid ounces
Mug - Tea / Beer

$60.00
This is my take on the traditional coffee cup. Partly inspired by the classic tin cups made during the Civil War I wanted to make a mug that was light and sturdy. The rolled rim gives strength to the lip and doubles as another point to hold the mug by. These can be used for coffee or tea but are great for whiskey too.

holds 10 fluid ounces
Highball "Glass"

$50.00
My version of the classic "highball glass". Perfect for hot or cold beverages keeping liquids nicely insulated. The design is nicely balanced; comfortable and light but sturdy and substantial feeling in the hand.

5 3/4" Tall X 2 3/4" Wide
Mixing Bowl

$80.00
9" diameter by 4 1/2" tall
Cereal Bowl

$60.00
These bowls are like blue jeans - comfortable, familiar and classic.

7" Diameter
Dinner Plate

$95.00
I've kept the dimensions just smaller than the average dinner plate so that this can be used for any meal or type of dish. The combination of the rolled rim and the 3 stamps reference an English pewter charger of my mother-in-law's.

10 3/4" Diameter
Canister

$150.00
This could be used on the kitchen counter for sugar, flour or coffee but I've seen it used for dog treats and small candies as well. It has a firm fitting lid and a sturdy rim to pick it up with and move it around.

8 1/2" Tall X 4 1/2" Wide