Recently in our in-box: ceramics made by potter Francis DeFabo in his home studio in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. “The makers movement here in Pittsburgh is booming,” he wrote to us; we like, in particular, his charmingly splattered plates, which remind us of Justine’s equally charming splatter-painted floors in plate form, perfect for the Thanksgiving table and beyond.
(The kitchen photography is by Lexi Ribar who, DeFabo says, “headed out into my garden and returned with arms full of flowers, foliage, and veggies, then scoured my pantry for extras props, including a bottle of homemade wine,” for lush, harvest-inspired photographs.)
Here’s a look.
N.B. DeFabo, who is also a physician, donates 25 percent of sales to Potters for Peace, which helps provide safe drinking water to people in need.
More ceramics for the harvest table:
- Cool Gray: Utilitarian Stoneware from a London Ceramicist, via Very Good & Proper
- Ceramics: The Worldly Forms of Malinda Reich
- Object of Desire: Hannah McAndrew Serving Dishes