Potomak Studio makes dreamy ceramics in a studio in Northern Italy, just outside of Venice. Potomak’s bowls, cups, plates, beakers and tumblers are made of bone-white porcelain and glazed with dreamy watercolor-like washes in colbalt or salmon, or bright and shining gold, copper and silver. Founded in 1982 by Donatella Parotto and Mauro Bonvecchio, Potomak Studio’s focus is on contemporary Italian porcelain pottery. What does that translate to? Objects marked by the hands that made them, with obvious brushstrokes and finger marks adding to the story of each piece, the individual texture. Refined yet unusual, with a quiet sense of humor, Potomak Studio’s porcelain is stunning, delicately colored, and waiting to add that little something to your dining table.
Our buyers curated a crackerjack selection of bowls, dishes, vases, and more, all for under $20. You're sure to find that elusive "finishing-touch" piece here. . . with minimal wallet impact.
Itching to brighten up your room? Put down the paintbrush, and pick up some accessories instead: they’re a great way to get color without a lot of commitment. This bold-hued selection (anchored by stunning glass vases and bowls) will instantly add energy to your space. For maximum impact, group items of different height and color together.
This selection of flatware has it all: Scandinavian-inspired silhouettes, jewelry-like detail, and some of the best names in the business, including Kim Seybert, Mepra, and Beauville Designs. Accessory sets, including a collection of glazed porcelain tea sets, are perfect for gifting.
These biomorphic finger bowls, stylish platters, and sculptural trays are elegant building blocks for giving your Passover table a modern makeover. From metallic vases, to “Tattoo Lotus” plates, to sleek cutlery basics, there's plenty of color and shine here to make your feast a true standout.