Cotton slub. Machine wash cold with like colors; tumble dry low. Imported
Glazed stoneware. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Portugal
Handpainted glass. Hand wash. Imported
Glass. Hand wash. Imported
Characterized by a unique reactive glazed finish, each piece in this one-of-a-kind collection celebrates the potter's hand at work. This mug's distinctive stripe is created using a method ceramicists refer to as 'wax resist' - where a glaze-resistant wax helps control the final pattern.
Set of four. Cotton slub. Machine wash. Imported
Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, expect slight variation in the appearance of each unique piece. Handpainted and glazed stoneware. Dishwasher safe. Portugal
Crafted by hand in Portugal, this scratch-resistant serveware is a luxe option for a modern kitchen.
Brass Inlay Cheese Board
Handcrafted in Italy, this dinnerware collection is distinguished by a rich, marbled visage and lightly weathered finish.
Digitally printed cotton, linen. Machine wash. Imported
From draperies to bedding to trousseaus, linen has long been a tactile treat. After all, the flax fiber has been around since 30,000 B.C. when it was first used to secure Egyptian pharaohs in their tombs. At once durable and elegant, linen embodies a textural richness that's simply unparalleled, which is why we're incorporating it into our dining spaces.
Sold individually. Glazed and decaled stoneware. Imported
Crafted in Portugal, this beautifully detailed stoneware is replete with a rich crackle glaze. An Anthropologie exclusive.
Block-printed cotton, metallic thread. Machine wash cold; tumble dry low. Imported
Crafted in Italy and exclusively ours, a rustic, lightly weathered finish distinguishes this timeless dinnerware.
Crystalline, 24k gold. Hand wash. Handpainted in the Czech Republic
Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, expect slight variation in the appearance of each unique piece. Pine wood, marble, brass. Hand wash. Imported
Cake Vintage combed the country to collect some of the prettiest antique and vintage silverware pieces from 1800-1940, and then regrouped them into delightfully mismatched sets. The shapes and patterns are randomly assembled; therefore each place setting of two forks, two spoons and one knife is completely unique.
Taking cues from vintage European tableware, each piece is masterfully crafted and meticulously detailed by hand.