Another article, this one from Bonappetit.com about the trend for handcrafted pottery in “artisanal” restaurants.
When the tablecloth disappeared from fine-dining restaurants, antiseptic white china went with it. Nowadays, meals from Noma in Copenhagen to Husk in Charleston are served on gorgeous handmade dishes—often thrown by a ceramist the chef knows as well as his butcher, farmer, or forager. And why not? It’s all part of that “artisanal” experience. Fortunately for home cooks and entertainers, well-curated shops across the country are devoting loads of shelf space to beautiful, useful plates, bowls, mugs, and more. From the potters who are breaking all the rules to the restaurants that worship them, here’s everything you need to know to get in on the movement.
Great article about this emerging trend. Check it out here.