Turn your dinner plate into street art with these whimsical porcelain salt and pepper shakers that look like tiny, dented spray paint cans. Dishwasher safe, and guaranteed not to get you arrested!
This sublime white stoneware growler is perfect for that very special beer enthusiast on your shopping list. Each one is slip cast and hand-finished in Portland by Birchfield Hardware and has a tight rubber seal to keep your brew fresh. Holds 64 oz, and measures 11″ x 5.75″.
These ceramic salt and pepper shakers are designed to look like giant-sized versions of those little paper shakers you get with fast food. Though these ones are guaranteed not to dump an inedible portion of the stuff on your food.
Ceramicist Catherine Smith’s stoneware popcorn bowl not only looks beautiful, it has a built-in strainer that lets unpopped kernels fall into a separate compartment, sparing your teeth from an unpleasant surprise while snacking.
We love the design of this modern coffee mug, which beautifully blends Japanese-style ceramic work with walnut wood. Its open handle not only looks cool, it allows the mugs to be stacked.
Even the most efficient student in the class/worker in the office needs a gentle reminder to get a move on sometimes. In the particular case of this mug, it’s a not-so-gentle reminder, but we think it’ll get the job done.
Serving up the perfect breakfast, designer Jon Wye’s special-purpose ceramic plates have a sloped surface and reservoir to collect pooling syrup so you can dip each bite in the sticky stuff.
It’s definitely a First World problem, but some of us don’t like soggy crackers in our soup. It’s also great for milk and cookies, carrots and ranch, or… gummy bears and syrup?!? Sign us up!
We like this ceramic Death Star cookie jar simply as sculpture in the kitchen – but we’d be stoked if it was filled with something delicious inside (like sugary, bite-sized Stormtroopers). (Thanks Jon!)
Clear the area and let us drink our favorite beverages in this handsome little Master Shake Ceramic Cup, which includes no handles and a pink straw for accuracy, as well as manly charisma.
Hey! Watch where you’re pointing that cup of coffee! Show them you really mean business in your next meeting when you walk in carrying your cup of joe in one of these.
These retro-charming ceramic floppy disk tiles, created by the creative powers that be at Australia’s Eness, are not available for sale, but don’t you just wish they were?