Farmhouse Pottery: Traditionally Crafted Tableware For a Modern Farm Aesthetic

updated May 2, 2019
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“Simple, honest, useful designs.” That’s what you’ll find at Farmhouse Pottery, the online shop for Zoe Zillian’s beautiful stoneware line and a curated selection of other New England goods. Ms. Zillian works closely with farmers and craftsman throughout New England to provide a line of “authentic gifts with a deeper meaning and useful purpose.” From stoneware crocks to Vermont ash cutting boards and Maine-harvested sea salt, it’s all beautiful and totally heirloom-quality.

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Beehive Crocks, $36 – $295 (Image credit: Apartment Therapy)

There were so many pieces that I really loved in this store, but favorites would definitely include the Beehive salt cellar and spoon and the large beehive crock. In addition to pottery, the store carries its own line of candles, soaps, and lotions (with scents inspired by Vermont woods like birch, fir, oak, and maple), and a few food items, including maple syrup, honey, salt — all from the New England area.



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