Fantastic Bowls and Where to Find Them
In a world where most originals are mass-produced, it’s nice to have the real deal. These four local ceramicists are creating understated, chic tableware. Upgrade your home collection with unique plates, bowls and serving dishes no one else will have.
1. Susan Zimmerman
Susan Zimmerman creates imperfectly gorgeous plates with a hand-building technique and glowing pearl glaze finish. Prices vary. Special orders only, 314.609.7292, susanzpotter.com
2. Gabe Karabell
The elegant bowls at Vista Ramen introduced us to Gabe Karabell. The neutral glaze of his generously sized bowls has a subtle combination of colors that will never go out of style. $30 and up. Special orders only, 314.915.6909, firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Phillip Finder
Phillip Finder’s stylish, pretty bowls are thin and delicate for an ultra sophisticated look. $20. Urban Matter, 4704 Virginia Ave., St. Louis, 314.456.6941, urbanmatterstl.com
4. Al Westcott
Al Westcott’s classic serving dishes come in a neutral sand color or signature slate blue. Prices vary. Union Studio, 1605 Tower Grove Ave., St. Louis, 314.771.5398, stlunionstudio.com
Fancy yourself a potter? Sign up for one of these six-week classes to throw down on the wheel and make your own tableware. Clay, glaze and kiln-firing are included.
Krueger Pottery Supply
$225. Krueger Pottery Supply, 8153 Big Bend Blvd., Webster Groves, 314.963.0180, kruegerpottery.com
$159. Craft Alliance, 6640 Delmar Blvd., University City; 501 N. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, 314.725.1177, craftalliance.org
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