Handmade Ceramics from Mud Studio in South Africa

Over the past year I acquired several ceramic pieces of servingware that I really treasure. They're fluid, organic, and unique. Well, I just realized that they were made by the same artisans: Mud Studio, in South Africa. Here's a look at few more of Mud Studio's organic, handmade pieces.

Mud Studio is a small company in South Africa (and is not to be confused with Mud Australia, which is another ceramics company we like very much). They create handmade ceramics for the table, kitchen, garden, and home, including some spectacular chandeliers made of hand-rolled ceramic beads.

In the United States, their pieces are primarily found at Anthropologie stores. The juicer pictured above is one distinctive design you might remember from recent Anthropologie collections! Right now, though, we can't find any of their pieces online; they tend to just be in the street stores' collections.

I especially love my lasagna dish, which is heavy and sturdy, and decorated with an interesting motif. It can go in the oven, so it's a true deep-dish lasagna pan!

Pictured Above
1 Lasagna Dish
2 Lemon Squeeza
3 Nesting Bowl Set
4 Botanic Platter
5 Provincial Dinnerware Set

Have you ever come across these lovely ceramics?

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Related: Pepe and Friends Ceramics by Camila Prada

(Images: Faith Durand; Mud Studio)

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Faith is the executive editor of The Kitchn and the author of three cookbooks. They include Bakeless Sweets (Spring 2013) as well as The Kitchn's first cookbook, which will be published in Fall 2014. She lives in Columbus, Ohio with her husband Mike.

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