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  • Artichoke Vessels

    $145.00

    Artichoke Vessels

    $145.00

    Artichokes are meant to be enjoyed in their full stemmed glory, and the modern experience of just throwing them down on a plate, circumcised of their stem, leaves something to be desired. These vessels allow you to keep as much as a 5″ stem on your artichoke (or not, it will be fine without one). The vessel gives you ample room for a broth or sauce directly in front of you, allowing less distance for the dripping we all know is going to happen, because gravity. Rather than looking for room on the plate to stow discarded leaves, this provides a deep well for all the detrius, while keeping the choke itself elevated above it. The dish is large enough to have a presence at the table and during presentation, but light enough its easy to carry with one hand. More importantly, these dishes simply do not exist elsewhere- there are no artichoke dishes.

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  • Baking Ramekins

    $52.00$140.00

    Baking Ramekins

    $52.00$140.00

    Each of these perfectly stacking ramekins was made by hand- with a mottled satin black exterior with a peek of blue. Inside, the satin blue reduction glaze begs you to put some egg yolk yellow creme brulee inside it, with a sliver of strawberry on top. These are oven safe, microwave safe and dishwasher safe. Be sure to heat up and cool down slowly so they’re not exposed to temperature shock. Ramekins come in small (2oz) and large (8oz). Small ramekins are 3″ x 3″ x 1.5″ and large ramekins are 5″ x 5″ x 2″.

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  • Cumulus Bowl

    $52.00

    Cumulus Bowl

    $52.00

    These quirky bowls were inspired by cloud patterns. They look tipsy, but always come back to center. Fill them with crushed ice and oysters on the halfshell, or salad (but no kale- kale is horrible) or a bowl of ramen. It would look delightful full of lemons you’ll never use, resting on a coffee table, but the unglazed exterior begs to be held. Each is one of a kind.

    1 in stock

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  • Juice Glasses

    $18.00

    Juice Glasses

    $18.00

    Its hard to think of ceramics for a juice glass, but these are glass light, and the texture feels so perfect in your hand. Each is slightly different, and comes in two colorways: cobalt and snow, and midnight and snow. Each holds 10oz of your favorite juice and goes perfectly with other CERemony dishes. Shake things up a bit and skip the clear glass.

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  • Melting Cloud Coffee Cup

    $28.00

    Melting Cloud Coffee Cup

    $28.00

    Not everyone loves a mug. There is an epidemic of handleless coffee cups these days and I get it. The handle really impedes with your ability to smugly cup your mug with a hand on your ‘gram. All that negative space in the pic leaves plenty of room to tag the artisanal purveyor of your hand foraged beans. These coffee cups feature a *perfect void* where your handle would be. Each 10oz mug starts with a hand stamped slab so each and every one is different. They’re then constructed by hand with a textured pattern inside, and glazed so each cloud melts. These are dishwasher safe and pretty darn delightful.

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  • Melting Cloud Mug

    $28.00

    Melting Cloud Mug

    $28.00

    Each mug starts with a hand stamped slab so each and every one is different. They’re then constructed by hand with a textured pattern inside, and glazed so each cloud melts. The handle texture feels solid in your hand. These are dishwasher safe and hold a 12oz of liquid, so caffeinate to your hearts content, leave some room for a generous splash of whiskey, bobble of marshmallows or fluff of whipped cream. Or just have some soup. The angled rim means everything will roll right off with no drips. NO ONE likes a dribble cup.

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  • Ramen Bowl

    $88.00

    Ramen Bowl

    $88.00

    Ramen. Ramen? Ramen. Not kidding you, I consulted with an actual group of ramen enthusiasts, with an appropriately wacky ramen adjacent name on the ideal size and height and shape of an ideal ramen bowl. and then I just laughed and discarded most of it because I mean… the ideal bowl held like 96oz of ramen. It was a big gulp of noodles. F’n nerds. This bowl is precisely the standard 4″ x 8″ you’ll find in restaurants and holds a very respectable 40oz of ramen. But what I was aiming for is that one bowl that makes each time you sit down with a hot bowl of soup special. That special bowl. The one that makes you happy when you pull it off the shelf. And this one comes with its own spoon- which will never ever fall into the bowl because a hook on the end prevents it from doing so. You can also hook it to the bowl. This bowl was thrown and then hand carved with melting clouds applied to the inside and a cobalt exterior.

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  • Sake Bottle

    $56.00

    Sake Bottle

    $56.00

    Hand thrown and carved Sake Bottle with Lid. The matte black exterior goes with all the CERemony sake cups. It holds 20 oz and makes a very satisfying glug as you pour the sake. Which you can do 10 times, because the sake cups hold 2oz each and MATH!

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  • Small Pitcher

    $38.00

    Small Pitcher

    $38.00

    If you’ve ever thought “this syrup bottle is putting me off my pancakes” or “its a lot to ask my guests to use the milk carton when getting coffee” then folx, *you* need a pitcher! And I think you’d like this one. Even if you don’t agree, buy it anyways! Art can surprise you! Its glazed a pure white inside with a very succinct lip so everything rolls off it without dripping. It will happily accommodate any sauce or gravy or syrup or cream you throw at it. Infact, now that I think about it, you should really get two, because no one just puts cream out anymore. Get one for cream, one for soymilk. Actually, you should probably get 5 so you can put out almond milk too, because people are very specific about their coffee needs. Each of these pitchers holds 8-10oz of viscous liquid. Or non viscous, but I enjoy saying viscous.

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