Everyday Dining Ware from Lois Aronow Porcelain

Everyday Dining Ware from Lois Aronow Porcelain

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Landis Carey
Feb 10, 2011

Brooklyn-based potter Lois Aronow has a fantastic sense of color. Though I'm usually not a fan of bold-colored dinnerware, I am of Aronow's: her work tastefully balances its dramatic hues by incorporating lively texture and clean lines. Hand thrown on a pottery wheel, Aronow aims for her porcelain work "to be used and enjoyed," becoming "part of people's everyday lives" as "something that contributes to the uniqueness of one's surroundings."

DETAILS

TOP ROW
1 Red and white dinnerware
2 Boat form in blue
3 Turquoise bowl and green plate
4 Double-lobed vase with bud vases
5 Naked city bowl

BOTTOM ROW
6 Naked city mug
7 Naked city vase
8 Red bowl and green plate
9 Turquoise tea bowls
10 White dinner set with platinum

PRICING

  • 11 inch dinner plate: $60
  • 8 inch side plate: $30
  • Mug: $42
  • Cereal-sized bowl: $36
  • Itty bitty bowl (for oatmeal and perhaps ice cream): $18
  • Vase:$ 90
  • Itty bitty bud vase: $20
  • Modern teapot: $275
  • Round classic teapot: $275
  • Tea bowls: $30
  • Naked city bowl: $18
  • Naked city mug: $35
  • Naked city vase: $95

AVAILABILITY
Lois Aronow Porcelain is available from her online shop and from several art museums around the country: Fallingwater Museum Store and the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum Store. Still can't find what you're looking for? She takes custom orders and bridal registries, as well. Contact her here.

(Images: Lois Aronow Porcelain)

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