Small Potter's Bowl
Small Potter's Bowl
The obvious choice for eating ice cream in the bathtub. Perfect for two scoops, with room for whipped cream.
- Shown here in Eggshell, Taro, Soapstone, and Blue Ridge
- Stamped: East Fork
- 5" W x 2.25" H
- Dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe.
- Not recommended for use under a broiler
All of our work is made by hand, with minimally refined clay and glazed with small-batch, house-made glazes. Slight variations in size, shape, and surface should be expected and embraced. We hope you’ll find that these small idiosyncrasies lend your dinnerware depth and character; if you foresee any concerns when placing your order, please get in touch so that we can address them.
- Mars is only available on vases, mugs, and tumblers.
- If a product you've got your eye on is out of stock, please give us a ring at our brick + mortar at 828-575-2150 or shoot an email to email@example.com to check availability or be informed when it comes back in stock.
It's a scientific fact that ice cream, crème brûlée, Crema Catalan, pannacotta, etcetera all taste better off a dainty spoon. This one's our favorite.
Hand-hammered by the Lue Brass workshop.
As with all solid brass, the metal will oxidize and grow warmer and calmer with use.
We recommend hand-washing.
- 6.25" length
- 0.75" cup
The ubiquitous dish scrubber found in every Japanese home. This is the brush to break out for those heavy duty, burnt-dinner messes. Abrasive, but also gentle enough to use on sensitive surfaces.
- Made from hemp palm fiber
- waterproof, durable
- 2 3/4" x 3 1/3"
Designed by German design engineer Max Frommeld and made in his London studio, these little spoons are perfect for stirring sugar, scooping salt, and savoring desserts with a special slowness. Made from borosilicate glass - the same stuff your mom calls Pyrex - making them more durable and heat-resistant than regular glass.
- From Max Frommeld
- Available in Lilac, Amber, Lilac + Clear, and Amber + Clear
- Each spoon is handmade, so expect and welcome slight variations in form and size.
- Spoons measure between 3 and 5 inches.