This Cult-Favorite Ceramics Company Is Having a Rare, Can’t-Miss Sale

published Nov 18, 2019
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It’s no secret that we here at Kitchn are obsessed with all things East Fork Pottery. The Asheville, North Carolina-based company lovingly produces durable, timeless dinnerware that is meant to be used every day — not just for special occasions. Their gorgeous color glazes are versatile and neutral enough to mix and match. And you don’t even have to buy a whole new set — you can just use a piece here and there to go with your existing tableware. When they release a new color (the latest, Night Swim, is particularly stunning) it causes an absolute frenzy, and their mug (affectionally dubbed The Mug) has a cult following.

While the company has made big strides to lower their prices overall, they rarely have online sales. Which is why we’re so excited to share that they are having a Seconds Sale this year, right around Black Friday week — it kicks off on Monday, November 25, at noon EST.

East Fork hosted a similar Seconds Sale last year, but they sold out of their stock almost immediately, so this year they are putting 30 times that amount of inventory up for sale online. The sale will feature a wide variety of pots in their core collection and retired seasonal glazes, all at 30% off retail price.

As for what constitutes a “second,” you can learn a bit more about what that entails here. All of East Fork’s seconds are 100% functional and beautiful — just with some subtle, lovable imperfections.

Whether you’re hoping to build out your own collection or want to stock up for holiday gifts, you don’t want to miss this sale. So set your calendar alerts for Monday, November 25! I’ll be there right at noon, furiously adding dinner plates, everyday bowls, and mugs to my cart. See you there?

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