The first thing to know about my dinnerware is that each set is completely made-to-order.
Every piece takes more than 15 steps and usually eight to ten weeks to get through my studio (and the kilns). Patience is a virtue, so I’ve heard. While the wait may seem long, I make my plates for you to use each and every day.
I currently have a waiting list to handle all new orders.
New dinnerware sets are put into production only after they already have a caretaker lined up. I hope that’s you. I make a limited number of dinner sets each year and this waiting list system is the best way I’ve found to handle the demand for my work.
New waiting list signups are currently for late 2023 production slots.
How does it work?
It’s simple—sign up for the waiting list with the set of your choice below and you’ll get an automated email confirming your spot on the list. There is no deposit necessary to claim your spot.
I’ll be in touch a few weeks before your production slot is available and we'll go over any questions you might have before getting your order finalized.
Next, you’ll receive an invoice when it's your turn and I’ll get to work right away. Production time is roughly 10 weeks and I'll keep you updated on your order’s progress throughout the process.