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Pottery Series by Another Country: Design With a Modern Craft Heritage

November 18, 2013 6:00 PM

BY Julie Carlson

Deceptively simple pottery from Another Country, founded by Wallpaper alum Paul de Zwart. De Zwart’s intention is to create “well-made, well-priced design with a modern craft heritage,” he says. The company launched with a line of contemporary craft furniture made from sustainable woods, and then expanded into pottery, candlesticks, and cushions.

Above: The individual pieces of the Another Pottery Series create a painterly still life. A full set (pitcher, platter, creamer, four dinner and side plates, cups and bowls) is £440 through Another Country.

Above: The Pinch Pot is made from black stoneware with a matte exterior and glossy glazed interior for £16 at FAO Shop; also available at Twenty One Twenty One.

Above: Designed by Ian McIntyre, the Another Pottery Jug is made of slip-cast terracotta fired to an unconventionally high temperature, which vitrifies the body of the clay and gives it the strength of stoneware (while also achieving a scorched color); £58 from David Mellor Design or from Makers & Brothers.

Above: Two standard-sized White Stoneware Bowls£16 each from David Mellor Design.

Above: The full set is also available through David Mellor Design.

For more inspiration, browse our vast gallery of Tabletop posts. Need a quick tabletop collection for the holidays? See 5 Quick Fixes: Holiday Entertaining Prep10 Easy Pieces: Basic White Dinnerware, and 10 Easy Pieces: Everyday Wine Glasses.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on December 13, 2011 as part of our White Christmas issue.