Handmade in Peru by Fair Trade artisans, the new dbO Ware tinted porcelain range offers a new take on the traditional; simple and hardy enough to use everyday but with enough of a riff to keep your interest piqued.
Above: The dbO dessert plates have slightly off center rims, lending a quirky handmade feel; $135 for a set of four.
Above: Medieval and modern at the same time, dbO Porcelain Goblets; $48 each.
Above: Tinted dbO Ware Porcelain Dessert Spoons in an array of colors; $34 for two spoons.
Above: The dbO Ware Teacup and Saucer are a combination of raw unglazed porcelain for a textural feel on the bottom and glossy clear glaze on top; $52.
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