dodge station pottery

posted by the scholar on March 9th, 2009
filed under: artists, clay, home accessories

my schedule is lightening a bit so i think i’ll be able to write a tad more this week, starting with the serene and simple wares from the napp family of wisconsin’s dodge station pottery. this stoneware collection is handmade of course, and frankly i would not be surprised a bit if the scenery surrounding them informs the work; they are situated in a bucolic village in central wisconsin. i am a big fan of unadorned dishware (letting the food on the plate be the show), and these pieces are as rustic and natural as can be.

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see more at their website, or make a purchase at their etsy shop.


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2 Responses to “dodge station pottery”

  1. johndoe Says:

    hey, i love the fact they aren’t glazed with that glossy look…i always prefer matt over gloss.

    have you seen Virginia Sin’s paper plates? I’m so tempted to
    order some… http://www.passionatelycurious.net/

  2. sosser Says:

    love all the milk white ones!

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