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Designs for encouraging tuck-in, dig-in and help-yourself thinking. From bowls to boards, trays to teapots.
Choose our stoneware Lewes serving collection for its texture (glossy glaze and gently undulating ripples), its colour (pale and delicate grey) and the timeless shapes.
Handmade in Britain by ceramicist Rebecca Williams, these pared-back stoneware serving pieces feel contemporary, timeless and natural. Choose from bowls, pinch pots and jugs.
As much decorative pieces as they are practical ones, you can use our Maltby Carrara marble platters for serving at the table or simply to add interest when propped up on a worksurface.
A delicately coloured serving collection in greyish blue, patterned by the dappled effect created by the glaze. Pair with other subtly-textured tabletop pieces for a contemporary craft feel.
Fluted and bobbled bowls in all sorts of shapes and sizes, for serving just about every dish, creating texture and interest, and easy mixing with our Bowsley tableware.
Chopping-meets-serving boards made from natural oak. Prop them on your kitchen counter, use them to bring tarts and cheeses to the table, or put them to work for prepping veg.
Stoneware serving pieces with an artisan feel. Whether it’s teapots, sugar bowls and cake plates at teatime, or salad bowls, platters and water jugs with lunch and supper.
Patterned with hand-stamped thistles, Olney’s our teatime collection in shades of palest Flax Blue and earthy Walnut.
A collection that, like Olney, will add pattern to your table – this time, taking the shape of hand-stamped cabbage roses on bowls suited to fruit and salads.
Hand-woven rattan serving pieces with a soft and subtle white-washed finish, our Ashcroft collection will add natural texture to contrast with glossy crockery.
This rectangular ceramic tray features details like subtle distressing and a crackle glaze that mean, even when you’re not using it, you’ll want it propped up on the side, out on display.
Our straight-to-the-table dish, Whitby looks just as good sitting through supper as it is happy cooking in the oven. Just the thing for bakes, crumbles and pies.
Piccadilly’s our contemporary footed serving bowl – just the thing for trifles, jellies and Eton messes, but also loose arrangements of flowers and even a pillar candle.
Expertly crafted out of steam-bent strips of oak, our round Henley tray is the kind of piece you’ll want to keep on your coffee table or footstool for drinks, although it also features practical carry handles.