UK-based ceramicist, Daniel Smith, is best known for creating blessedly simple, organic-feeling porcelain plates, cups, and bowls, which, thanks to his signature visible throw-lines, have exactly the kind of un-fussed-over look we’re always looking for in everyday tablewear. It was impossible to commit to just one pastel shade: The resulting mix-and-match set is just as perfect as a whole as it is broken down into its individual components.
- Blue beaker—when is the last time you saw a non-glass water vessel? The beauty of this hand-thrown porcelain cup is in its adaptability: Use it to serve cocktails, warm drinks, and yes, plain old water.
- Off-white dessert bowl—while it’s billed as a dessert dish, this hand-thrown, porcelain bowl can accommodate everything from soup to salad to cereal. Meanwhile, the milky hue can camouflage itself into any existing dishware situation.
- Light-green large plate—this spacious, hand-thrown porcelain, border-less dinner plate is done in a light-green hue, which while pleasing to the eye when bare, also makes any food presentation just a little bit more special.
- Pink medium plate—stacked on top of its dinner-plate-sized sibling, this petal-pink, hand-thrown porcelain plate is perfect for salads, sides, and even desserts.