This generously proportioned dinnerware has a meta quality in that its designs are inspired by the slip casting process which creates them. As the folks at Edgewood Made will tell you, "The plate's foot detail on the underside telegraphs through the dish, creating a valley on the inside. To truly understand each piece, one needs to flip it over and understand it from all sides." And the mug: "An exercise of process, this mug features a handle that is cast as part of the mug resulting in a wonderful surprise interior dimple detail."
Glazed on the upper and inner surfaces and unglazed everywhere else, each piece has a personality which asserts itself by hand feel as well as color, and those colors provide a gorgeous medium-or-dark neutral backdrop to plated food. Magnanimous and accommodating, each piece is scaled to showcase the meal it serves. Open stock pieces include dinner and salad plates, a wide bowl, a mug; and all coordinate perfectly with the iconic Wood Grain Cup in each colorway.
From Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
- Dinner plate: D 11.5 in.
- Salad plate: D 8.5 in.
- Bowl: D 7 in x H 2.25 in.
- Mug: W (including handle) 5.25 in. x H 4 in (12 oz).
- Dishwasher safe.