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Happy to have pets in our studio and bread in the oven

We had Rosie and Moo Moo in the studio last week for the photo shoot for Utilità (Italian for “utility”), our newest collection of stoneware objects for every member of your family. All creatures deserve a well-designed bowl, and we present our first product for your furry friends –the Utilità Pet Bowl. Rosie the dog loves hers, and Moo Moo the rabbit looks very stylish with the pink one. There is a perfect color for every pet. In fact the bowls are so beautiful that we also started using them in the kitchen. The small size is perfect for prep work, and the large one multi-tasks for any hot or cold item. Oven safe to 450°, you can bake beautiful breads, pot...

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Feeling thankful to Wooden Grain

A big thank you to Justin and Christopher at Wooden Grain for their beautiful profile piece about us. Wooden Grain is a company that works with others to produce stories that speak to viewers. In their own words "we're working on providing a variety of well-curated content that keeps lives inspired, motivated, and driven to do something more. Content that revolves around a creative community and culture that we hope to foster through our work." We are happy to have made their acquaintance and hope to inspire others as they have inspired us.  View the entire piece here: View the video here: Photo courtesy of Wooden Grain.

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Excited About Our Four New Tableware Collections

We are excited to introduce you to four new tableware collections for 2017: JS 158, JS 159, JS 160 & JS 161. JS 158 was originally designed the tableware in this collection in collaboration with chef Tony Esnault of Church & State for his new restaurant Spring located in downtown Los Angeles. We handmade and delivered 1,000 pieces to the restaurant. We decided to make the plates in this collection from a bright white stoneware clay body and the bowls and vessels from a bright white translucent porcelain clay body. The collection is the culmination of a process that started over year ago as our experiments with form and color opened us up to many possibilities. We narrowed the choices down to...

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Feeling the Community

We moved into our studio in the Olneyville section of Providence a little over a year ago and are inspired everyday by the community we found here. The neighborhood is changing fast and we are at the forefront of making sure that the mill buildings in the area find homes for artists to live and work in. We believe this area is one of the final frontiers in the urban U.S. market where an artist can afford to own their studio and live space and we are doing whatever it takes to secure the remaining buildings in our area for this purpose. If you are an artists looking for a new place to call home please contact us and we will guide you...

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Feeling Inspired and Grateful in Olneyville

Thank you to Courtney Coelho for the wonderful article in Rhode Island Monthly featuring our live/work space in Olneyville. The article was accompanied by amazing photography by Nat Rea. We have been inspired and full of hope since setting up our home and studio at 46 Dike St. located in the Olneyville neighborhood of Provindence. Our studio and home are located in a historical building that was created as a dye house for the Weybosset Mills in the 1880's. We fell in love when we stumbled upon it last October and moved from Los Angeles to begin a new adventure in a community full of art and commerce, people who are making, learning, and living an inspired life together.  If you...

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