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  • Jason Miller Bowl #29
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    Jason Miller Bowl #29
    Lighting designer Jason Miller learned how to throw pottery back in college. Turns out, he loves it, so he recently bought a throwing wheel and began doing it again. All of the bowls are thrown and glazed by hand. The simple, yet elegant form and dripping metallic glaze on the edge of the bowls make these ceramics particularly memorable. "I recently visited the studio of Jason Miller, one of my favorite designers we work with, and during that visit noticed these bowls on his shelves. I thought they were incredible. The forms are beautiful. The dripping metallic glaze detail at the edge of the bowl reminded me of my trip to Japan the previous October. I am very proud to present this work to you." -David Alhadeff, owner of The Future Perfect. Glazed Stoneware. 7 4/5" D x 3" H.
  • Jason Miller Bowl #38
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    Jason Miller Bowl #38
    Lighting designer Jason Miller learned how to throw pottery back in college. Turns out, he loves it, so he recently bought a throwing wheel and began doing it again. All of the bowls are thrown and glazed by hand. The simple, yet elegant form and dripping metallic glaze on the edge of the bowls make these ceramics particularly memorable. "I recently visited the studio of Jason Miller, one of my favorite designers we work with, and during that visit noticed these bowls on his shelves. I thought they were incredible. The forms are beautiful. The dripping metallic glaze detail at the edge of the bowl reminded me of my trip to Japan the previous October. I am very proud to present this work to you." -David Alhadeff, owner of The Future Perfect. Glazed Stoneware. 6 1/10" D x 2 3/10" H.
  • Jason Miller Bowl #37
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    Jason Miller Bowl #37
    Lighting designer Jason Miller learned how to throw pottery back in college. Turns out, he loves it, so he recently bought a throwing wheel and began doing it again. All of the bowls are thrown and glazed by hand. The simple, yet elegant form and dripping metallic glaze on the edge of the bowls make these ceramics particularly memorable. "I recently visited the studio of Jason Miller, one of my favorite designers we work with, and during that visit noticed these bowls on his shelves. I thought they were incredible. The forms are beautiful. The dripping metallic glaze detail at the edge of the bowl reminded me of my trip to Japan the previous October. I am very proud to present this work to you." -David Alhadeff, owner of The Future Perfect. Glazed Stoneware. 6 1/2" D x 2 3/10" H.
  • Jason Miller Bowl #15
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    Jason Miller Bowl #15
    Lighting designer Jason Miller learned how to throw pottery back in college. Turns out, he loves it, so he recently bought a throwing wheel and began doing it again. All of the bowls are thrown and glazed by hand. The simple, yet elegant form and dripping metallic glaze on the edge of the bowls make these ceramics particularly memorable. "I recently visited the studio of Jason Miller, one of my favorite designers we work with, and during that visit noticed these bowls on his shelves. I thought they were incredible. The forms are beautiful. The dripping metallic glaze detail at the edge of the bowl reminded me of my trip to Japan the previous October. I am very proud to present this work to you." -David Alhadeff, owner of The Future Perfect. Glazed Stoneware. 6 1/10" D x 2 3/5" H.
  • Jason Miller Bowl #30
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    Jason Miller Bowl #30
    Lighting designer Jason Miller learned how to throw pottery back in college. Turns out, he loves it, so he recently bought a throwing wheel and began doing it again. All of the bowls are thrown and glazed by hand. The simple, yet elegant form and dripping metallic glaze on the edge of the bowls make these ceramics particularly memorable. "I recently visited the studio of Jason Miller, one of my favorite designers we work with, and during that visit noticed these bowls on his shelves. I thought they were incredible. The forms are beautiful. The dripping metallic glaze detail at the edge of the bowl reminded me of my trip to Japan the previous October. I am very proud to present this work to you." -David Alhadeff, owner of The Future Perfect. Glazed Stoneware. 8 1/5" D x 3 3/5" H.
  • Jason Miller Bowl #41
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    Jason Miller Bowl #41
    Lighting designer Jason Miller learned how to throw pottery back in college. Turns out, he loves it, so he recently bought a throwing wheel and began doing it again. All of the bowls are thrown and glazed by hand. The simple, yet elegant form and dripping metallic glaze on the edge of the bowls make these ceramics particularly memorable. "I recently visited the studio of Jason Miller, one of my favorite designers we work with, and during that visit noticed these bowls on his shelves. I thought they were incredible. The forms are beautiful. The dripping metallic glaze detail at the edge of the bowl reminded me of my trip to Japan the previous October. I am very proud to present this work to you." -David Alhadeff, owner of The Future Perfect. Glazed Stoneware. 8 3/5" D x 3 2/5" H.
  • Jason Miller Bowl #2
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    Jason Miller Bowl #2
    Lighting designer Jason Miller learned how to throw pottery back in college. Turns out, he loves it, so he recently bought a throwing wheel and began doing it again. All of the bowls are thrown and glazed by hand. The simple, yet elegant form and dripping metallic glaze on the edge of the bowls make these ceramics particularly memorable. "I recently visited the studio of Jason Miller, one of my favorite designers we work with, and during that visit noticed these bowls on his shelves. I thought they were incredible. The forms are beautiful. The dripping metallic glaze detail at the edge of the bowl reminded me of my trip to Japan the previous October. I am very proud to present this work to you." -David Alhadeff, owner of The Future Perfect. Glazed Stoneware. 8 1/10" D x 2 2/5" H.
  • Jason Miller Bowl #17
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    Jason Miller Bowl #17
    Lighting designer Jason Miller learned how to throw pottery back in college. Turns out, he loves it, so he recently bought a throwing wheel and began doing it again. All of the bowls are thrown and glazed by hand. The simple, yet elegant form and dripping metallic glaze on the edge of the bowls make these ceramics particularly memorable. "I recently visited the studio of Jason Miller, one of my favorite designers we work with, and during that visit noticed these bowls on his shelves. I thought they were incredible. The forms are beautiful. The dripping metallic glaze detail at the edge of the bowl reminded me of my trip to Japan the previous October. I am very proud to present this work to you." -David Alhadeff, owner of The Future Perfect. Glazed Stoneware. 7 3/5" D x 2 7/10" H.
  • Jason Miller Bowl #31
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    Jason Miller Bowl #31
    Lighting designer Jason Miller learned how to throw pottery back in college. Turns out, he loves it, so he recently bought a throwing wheel and began doing it again. All of the bowls are thrown and glazed by hand. The simple, yet elegant form and dripping metallic glaze on the edge of the bowls make these ceramics particularly memorable. "I recently visited the studio of Jason Miller, one of my favorite designers we work with, and during that visit noticed these bowls on his shelves. I thought they were incredible. The forms are beautiful. The dripping metallic glaze detail at the edge of the bowl reminded me of my trip to Japan the previous October. I am very proud to present this work to you." -David Alhadeff, owner of The Future Perfect. Glazed Stoneware. 8" D x 3" H.
  • Jason Miller Bowl #13
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    Jason Miller Bowl #13
    Lighting designer Jason Miller learned how to throw pottery back in college. Turns out, he loves it, so he recently bought a throwing wheel and began doing it again. All of the bowls are thrown and glazed by hand. The simple, yet elegant form and dripping metallic glaze on the edge of the bowls make these ceramics particularly memorable. "I recently visited the studio of Jason Miller, one of my favorite designers we work with, and during that visit noticed these bowls on his shelves. I thought they were incredible. The forms are beautiful. The dripping metallic glaze detail at the edge of the bowl reminded me of my trip to Japan the previous October. I am very proud to present this work to you." -David Alhadeff, owner of The Future Perfect. Glazed Stoneware. 9" D x 2 7/10" H.
  • Nicola Tassie Iron Grey Porcelain Facet Jug
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    Nicola Tassie Iron Grey Porcelain Facet Jug
    This faceted jug by Nicola Tassie is part of "Material Status," a collection of ceramics composing of faceted jugs, bowls and cylinder pitchers, made especially for The Future Perfect. Tough but tactile, this group of ceramics avoids simplicity through a richness rooted in the quality of the clay used in its construction. Gravel and grog are mixed into the clays to disturb their normally pristine state. The faceted pieces are sliced through to reveal their strata, the more domestic cylinder pitchers are unexpectedly smooth and warm to touch. Some of the black clay is flecked with porcelain grog to resemble a starry cosmos or some dug up archaeology - a return to the land or sky! The smooth grey vessels compliment and complete the group. Iron Grey Porcelain burnished on the outside, with a transparent glossy glaze on the inside. The exterior of this bowl is unglazed porcelain polished to a smooth matt finish. For general cleaning, wipe down with a clean sponge and dry off with a clean damp cloth, for grease marks use a scourer and detergent and rinse with clean water. Not recommended for the dishwasher. 6 3/4" W x 7 1/2" H.
  • Reiko Kaneko for SCP Glazed Terracotta Round Platter
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    Reiko Kaneko for SCP Glazed Terracotta Round Platter
    A range of hand-thrown terracotta vessels that are notably slim and show a real lightness of touch. Terracotta is an ancient natural material that derives its rich orange red color from the high iron content of the clay. This range comprises a tall pitcher, a large flat platter and a large bowl. Finished with an opaque glaze, which makes the vessel watertight, a number of partial and full glaze options are available. Each design is made by hand and is therefore unique. Designer, Reiko Kaneko, has created an elegant modern range of vessels in a classic material. Tiny variations in form, and the evidence of being made by hand, give these designs an idiosyncratic beauty all their own. Terracotta, Glaze. 12 1/5" D x 3/4" H.
  • Nicola Tassie Pitted Porcelain Facted Jug
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    Nicola Tassie Pitted Porcelain Facted Jug
    This pitted porcelain faceted jug by Nicola Tassie is part of "Material Status," a collection of ceramics composing of faceted jugs, bowls and cylinder pitchers, made especially for The Future Perfect. Tough but tactile, this group of ceramics avoids simplicity through a richness rooted in the quality of the clay used in its construction. Gravel and grog are mixed into the clays to disturb their normally pristine state. The faceted pieces are sliced through to reveal their strata, the more domestic cylinder pitchers are unexpectedly smooth and warm to touch. Some of the black clay is flecked with porcelain grog to resemble a starry cosmos or an archeological relic. The smooth grey vessels compliment and complete the group. Limoges Porcelain with added course grog, raw on the outside, with a transparent glaze on the inside. The exteriors are unglazed, sanded down to a softer finish. The unglazed, pitted and groged clay, will over time absorb stains and change color to show its history and usage – rather like architectural materials. Remove marks with a scourer and detergent and rinse with clean water. Not recommended for the dishwasher. 5" W x 8" H.
  • Reiko Kaneko for SCP Glazed Terracotta Shallow Bowl
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    Reiko Kaneko for SCP Glazed Terracotta Shallow Bowl
    A range of hand-thrown terracotta vessels that are notably slim and show a real lightness of touch. Terracotta is an ancient natural material that derives its rich orange red color from the high iron content of the clay. This range comprises a tall pitcher, a large flat platter and a large bowl. Finished with an opaque glaze, which makes the vessel watertight, a number of partial and full glaze options are available. Each design is made by hand and is therefore unique. Designer, Reiko Kaneko, has created an elegant modern range of vessels in a classic material. Tiny variations in form, and the evidence of being made by hand, give these designs an idiosyncratic beauty all their own. Terracotta, Glaze. 11" D x 2 3/4" H.
  • Reiko Kaneko for SCP Terracotta Pitcher, Glazed
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    Reiko Kaneko for SCP Terracotta Pitcher, Glazed
    A range of hand-thrown terracotta vessels that are notably slim and show a real lightness of touch. Terracotta is an ancient natural material that derives its rich orange red color from the high iron content of the clay. This range comprises a tall pitcher, a large flat platter and a large bowl. Finished with an opaque glaze, which makes the vessel watertight, a number of partial and full glaze options are available. Each design is made by hand and is therefore unique. Designer, Reiko Kaneko, has created an elegant modern range of vessels in a classic material. Tiny variations in form, and the evidence of being made by hand, give these designs an idiosyncratic beauty all their own. Terracotta, Glaze. 4 1/3" W x 6" D x 8 3/5" H.
  • Match Convivio Serving Bowl
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    Match Convivio Serving Bowl
    The Match Convivio dinnerware collection is handmade in the North of Italy. Each piece is made with an alloy that is food safe, lead free, FDA approved, and requires little or no care. Porcelain, Pewter. 15.5" D.
  • Match Rimmed Bowl, Large
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    Match Rimmed Bowl, Large
    Match pewter is handmade by the finest artisans in the north of Italy. Each piece features a hallmark stamp signature, and is made with an alloy that is 95% heirloom-quality tin which is food safe, lead-free, FDA approved and requires little care. It is dishwasher safe, but we recommend an easy hand washing in warm, soapy water and a hand dry to keep it's warm, soft glow. Pewter. 10" D x 2" H.
  • Reiko Kaneko for SCP Terracotta Pitcher
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    Reiko Kaneko for SCP Terracotta Pitcher
    A range of hand-thrown terracotta vessels that are notably slim and show a real lightness of touch. Terracotta is an ancient natural material that derives its rich orange red color from the high iron content of the clay. This range comprises a tall pitcher, a large flat platter and a large bowl. Finished with an opaque glaze, which makes the vessel watertight, a number of partial and full glaze options are available. Each design is made by hand and is therefore unique. Designer, Reiko Kaneko, has created an elegant modern range of vessels in a classic material. Tiny variations in form, and the evidence of being made by hand, give these designs an idiosyncratic beauty all their own. Terracotta, Glaze. 4 1/3" W x 6" D x 8 3/5" H.
  • Match Pewter Fluted Pitcher
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    Match Pewter Fluted Pitcher
    Match Pewter is handmade by the finest artisans in the north of Italy. Each piece features a hallmark stamp signature, and is made with an alloy that is 95% heirloom-quality tin which is food safe, lead-free, FDA approved and requires little care. It is dishwasher safe, but we recommend an easy hand washing in warm, soapy water and a hand dry to keep it's warm, soft glow. Pewter. 19 1/2" W x 19" H.
  • Nicola Tassie Pitted Porcelain Shallow Platter
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    Nicola Tassie Pitted Porcelain Shallow Platter
    This shallow platter by Nicola Tassie is part of "Material Status," a collection of ceramics composing of faceted jugs, bowls and cylinder pitchers, made especially for The Future Perfect. Tough but tactile, this group of ceramics avoids simplicity through a richness rooted in the quality of the clay used in its construction. Gravel and grog are mixed into the clays to disturb their normally pristine state. The faceted pieces are sliced through to reveal their strata, the more domestic cylinder pitchers are unexpectedly smooth and warm to touch. Some of the black clay is flecked with porcelain grog to resemble a starry cosmos or an archeological relic. The smooth grey vessels compliment and complete the group. Limoges Porcelain with added course grog, raw on the outside, with a transparent glaze on the inside. The exteriors are unglazed, sanded down to a softer finish. The unglazed, pitted and groged clay, will over time absorb stains and change color to show its history and usage – rather like architectural materials. Remove marks with a scourer and detergent and rinse with clean water. Not recommended for the dishwasher. 13" D x 2 3/4" H.
  • Saikai Toki Pen Tray
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    Saikai Toki Pen Tray
    New from Saikai Toki, this simple yet elegant pen tray was designed with the aim "to create real richness in our lives." Brass. 7 1/2" L x 3 3/4" W x 3/4" H.
  • Nicola Tassie Black Stoneware Flecked Cylinder Jug
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    Nicola Tassie Black Stoneware Flecked Cylinder Jug
    This flecked, faceted jug by Nicola Tassie is part of "Material Status," a collection of ceramics composing of faceted jugs, bowls and cylinder pitchers, made especially for The Future Perfect. Tough but tactile, this group of ceramics avoids simplicity through a richness rooted in the quality of the clay used in its construction. Gravel and grog are mixed into the clays to disturb their normally pristine state. The faceted pieces are sliced through to reveal their strata, the more domestic cylinder pitchers are unexpectedly smooth and warm to touch. Some of the black clay is flecked with porcelain grog to resemble a starry cosmos or an archeological relic. The smooth grey vessels compliment and complete the group. Black stoneware burnished on the outside, with a transparent glossy glaze on the inside. The exteriors are unglazed clay polished to a smooth matt finish, which makes it mark quite easily. For dust marks wipe down with a clean sponge and dry off with a clean damp cloth, for grease marks use a scourer and detergent and rinse with clean water. Not recommended for the dishwasher. Small: 6" W x 5" H.
  • Ted Muehling Water Pitcher
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    Ted Muehling Water Pitcher
    The perfectly balanced forms of Ted Muehling's work come through in the delicate design and the polished approach he has taken for his first collection for Lobmeyr. 4" D x 9 1/2" H.
  • Match Large Pitcher
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    Match Large Pitcher
    Match pewter is handmade by the finest artisans in the north of Italy. Each piece features a hallmark stamp signature, and is made with an alloy that is 95% heirloom-quality tin which is food safe, lead-free, FDA approved and requires little care. It is dishwasher safe, but we recommend an easy hand washing in warm, soapy water and a hand dry to keep it's warm, soft glow. Pewter. 8" H.
  • Nicola Tassie Iron Grey Porcelain Wide U Bowl
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    Nicola Tassie Iron Grey Porcelain Wide U Bowl
    This shallow bowl by Nicola Tassie is part of "Material Status," a collection of ceramics composing of faceted jugs, bowls and cylinder pitchers, made especially for The Future Perfect. Tough but tactile, this group of ceramics avoids simplicity through a richness rooted in the quality of the clay used in its construction. Gravel and grog are mixed into the clays to disturb their normally pristine state. The faceted pieces are sliced through to reveal their strata, the more domestic cylinder pitchers are unexpectedly smooth and warm to touch. Some of the black clay is flecked with porcelain grog to resemble a starry cosmos or some dug up archaeology - a return to the land or sky! The smooth grey vessels compliment and complete the group. Iron Grey Porcelain burnished on the outside, with a transparent glossy glaze on the inside. The exterior of this bowl is unglazed porcelain polished to a smooth matt finish. For general cleaning, wipe down with a clean sponge and dry off with a clean damp cloth, for grease marks use a scourer and detergent and rinse with clean water. Not recommended for the dishwasher. 10" D x 3 1/2" H.
  • Lobmeyr Tulipmania Water Pitcher
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    Lobmeyr Tulipmania Water Pitcher
    By the 1600s, tulips were making appearances in France and then in Holland; an object of speculation. The Tulip Book of Pieter Cos in 1634 is one of the few catalogs of such occurrences. Lobmeyr took these illustrations as inspiration for the Tulipmania Water Pitcher with illustrations using hand painted, vibrant enamel colors on these classic shapes. 4 3/4" D x 8" H.
  • Hans Harald Rath for Lobmeyr Alpha Water Pitcher
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    Hans Harald Rath for Lobmeyr Alpha Water Pitcher
    The beautiful, taut shape of Lobmeyr's Alpha Water Pitcher fits perfectly in your hand. Inspired by a medieval copper cup from the MAK / Vienna, which in turn was influenced by Islamic design, this collection is meant to reflect the spirit of the young households of the 1950s. Muslin Glass. 4 3/4" D x 8" H.
  • Heath Ceramics Deep Serving Bowl, Indigo/Horizon Dip
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    Heath Ceramics Deep Serving Bowl, Indigo/Horizon Dip
    This bowl was made by Heath ceramics in a limited number to commemorate their 10th year anniversary and is exclusive in this color way to The Future Perfect. This bowl is perfect for sides - mashed potatoes, vegetables, etc. Or depending on your appetite, it can be used for an individual serving of cereal, pasta or soup. Beautiful as decoration or for everyday service. Ceramic. 6" D x 4 1/4" H. Microwave, dishwasher and oven safe.
  • Alfredo Häberli for Georg Jensen Alfredo Glass Carafe
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    Alfredo Häberli for Georg Jensen Alfredo Glass Carafe
    The Alfredo carafe is elegantly shaped in glass and has a stopper crafted in oak that doubles as a spinning top. Glass, Oak. 3 1/2" D x 12 1/4" H.
  • Hans Harald Rath for Lobmeyr Alpha Salad Bowl
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    Hans Harald Rath for Lobmeyr Alpha Salad Bowl
    Designed by Hans Harald Rath for Lobmeyr in 1952, Alpha is made of the thinnest muslin glass & is hand blown into wooden molds. Named after the finely woven french fabric, muslin glass is crystal blown to a thickness of only 1.1 mm. It appears delicate, but is remarkably resilient thanks to its inner elasticity & formal construction. Muslin Glass. 7" D x 5 1/2" H.
  • Lue Brass Dish
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    Lue Brass Dish
    Lue's handmade brass collection reflects the strong craftsmanship and manufacturing techniques of a more industrial time. This dish will prove a stunning addition to any tabletop. Brass. 12" D.
  • Alfredo Häberli for Georg Jensen Alfredo Salad Bowl
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    Alfredo Häberli for Georg Jensen Alfredo Salad Bowl
    The Alfredo salad bowl comes crafted in stainless steel which is a beautiful contrast to the collection’s salad servers in oak wood. These bowls can be used for serving pasta, potatoes, popcorn, fruit or mussels. Stainless Steel. 17" D.
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