Take notice — maker Elizabeth Benotti treats ceramic as her canvas to create beautiful, everyday objects. She combines surface treatments to create distinctive clay vessels — this tray is formed using a careful hand pinching technique. Use this dish for serving appetizers or displaying fresh produce in the kitchen, or switch things up by using it as a catch-all for glasses and keys in the hallway or bedroom. The main interior and exterior surface is finished in a dark charcoal gray, almost black, glaze. The underside of the tray features Elizabeth's signature brick pattern and autograph.
Made from porcelain, this tray is durable and is food and heat safe. We recommend hand washing or a quick dust. Measures approximately 15 inches long by 3.5 inches tall by 1 inch tall. Please note that because this item is handmade, proportion and pattern may vary slightly from the piece shown here.
Find more handcrafted ceramic home goods from Elizabeth Benotti, including complimentary tabletop goods, in our collection of her work.
This hand-thrown, ceramic pot stands out whether left completely empty or filled with a tasty treat. There's no need to store this modern treasure — this carefully balanced bowl look great left out in the kitchen or dining room. Unglazed exterior with a food-safe, lead-free dark pebble-gray matte glazed interior. We recommend hand washing and avoiding prolonged soaking. Do not heat above 400 degrees. Remove stains with a quick scrub of baking soda. Approximately 5 inches high and 6 inches wide. Shop additional colors and styles from Pigeon...
Oh hey there, herringbone! Embellished with an engraved pattern, this food safe, solid walnut board is designed to be appreciated + function in your kitchen. Brooklyn based husband and wife, Amy Stringer-Mowat and Bill Mowat imagined this board and with the help of work with local wood shops, brought it to life. If you'd rather not use the decorative side for cutting, simply flip over to the smooth side, saving the front for display. To clean, wipe with a damp cloth and do not submerge in...
Take notice — maker Elizabeth Benotti treats ceramic as her canvas to create beautiful, everyday objects. She uses a traditional process of drawing on clay — the pattern you see is carefully hand craved in the surface of the clay. This container makes an artful home for succulents, cactus, or just about any small plant. The main surface is finished in a soft sage green with a black and white surface treatment along the bottom edge. Made from porcelain, this planter is intended for indoor use....