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Sea Inspired Serveware and Nautical Dinnerware

Jay and Jan, along with a small dedicated team of artisans, create beautiful and functional porcelain sea inspired tableware, serveware, and nautical dinnerware designs in our Salem, Oregon studio.

We're delighted to introduce you to our shell and beach themed porcelain designs!  Our goal is that our designs take your coastal, shell, or nautical dinnerware setting, or dinner party presentation, "up tempo".

We know that our designs will start the conversation among friends and family at your next meal as they enjoy your culinary masterpieces presented on your "Made in USA" porcelain accent pieces that "Make Your Table Dance!"

Handcrafted Porcelain - Made in USA

We enjoy working with a small and very talented creative staff artfully designing and producing beautiful sea inspired products that "Make Your Table Dance"!   And we look forward to showing you our work, becoming acquainted on social media, and staying connected through our e-community.  

"Make Your Table Dance!"

We were inspired to sustainably create heirloom quality plates, platters, bowls, teacups, teapots, and other functional tableware designs based on nautical, sea, and shell themes, including Seahorses, Clams, Sea Urchins, Starfish and other Shells which we experience in the abundant natural beauty found along Oregon's coast and the great Pacific Northwest.  

We hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoy the artistry of creating them for you!

Thank you for your interest in our handcrafted porcelain tableware and serving designs!    - Jay & Jan PS:  We hope you join our newsletter for "behind the scenes", dinner party serving ideas, recipes, design inspiration, studio tours and more

Thank you for your interest in our handcrafted porcelain tableware and serving designs!    - Jay & Jan

PS:  We hope you join our newsletter for "behind the scenes", dinner party serving ideas, recipes, design inspiration, studio tours and more

 

Made-in-USA heirloom tableware handcrafted in our Salem, Oregon studio.  One piece at a time!

Bon appetit,

Jay & Jan


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