Fiesta Dinnerware

This brightly colored iconic dinnerware is free from lead and some colors are also free from cadmium. Here’s the list of cadmium-free colors (both retired and current): shamrock, chocolate, peacock, turquoise, cinnabar, plum, black, white, heather, lapis, sage, slate,...

Holland Bowl Mill

Wooden bowls of all sizes, made from a variety of different woods. They also have a unique treatment for the wood called “ebonizing” which is the use of a vinegar and iron solution that turns the wood black. These bowls are quite beautiful with black on the outside...

JUstenbois

Wooden dinnerware and utensils, handmade from sustainably-harvested maple, all in one piece without gluing. Why wood? “Wood preserves the integrity of the foods—the neutrality—without contact with metals which emits certain tastes and degradation….Contact with wood is...

Livliga Dinnerware

Elegant portion control dinnerware made of sustainable and durable porcelain. Attractive designs make it easy to put controlled portions on a plate and have it look appealing. Dinnerware is “lead free” and uses only FDA approved, food-safe inks for the...

Terrahue

Tableware and spice jars. Plates in seven sizes and shapes, made from fallen palm leaves. Colorful spice jars “are handcrafted by artisans according to Terrahue specifications from wood that are harvested in a sustainable manner. The jars are coated with shellac, an...

Vegetabowls

Delightful earthenware that look exactly like fruits and vegetables! Slip-cast from molds made from real fruits and vegetables, the unique organic qualities of each fruit and vegetable comes through in each piece. Hand painted with nontoxic, food-safe glazes that...

Recycled Glassworks

Absolutely stunning plates and bowls made from recycled plate glass. “Plate glass (from windows, shelves, doors etc.) is usually excluded from most other recycling programs. Many recycling centers accept only bottle glass. To keep plate glass out of the waste...

Fire & Light

Hand-poured recycled glass dinnerware and giftware in eight luminous colors. I couldn’t resist purchasing two lavender bowls years ago in a gallery because they are just so beautiful, and I use them often as part of my everyday dishware. The business began in...