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New England's Finest: Winter Whites

Nov/Dec 2015


New England’s Finest: Winter Whites
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1 Simon Pearce’s substantial “Brookfield” bowl ($90-$125) goes from oven to table and works for mixing, baking, or serving. Simon Pearce, Windsor, VT. 800-774-5277;

2 Cara Taylor creates her porcelain “Seam Series” bottles ($16-$24) using the slip-casting process. Taylor Ceramics, Northampton, MA.

3 Rob Cartelli crafts elegant yet sturdy porcelain bowls ($28 and up) in the studio at Brattleboro Clayworks. Rob Cartelli Ceramics, Brattleboro, VT. 802-249-6411;

4 This cafe cup ($30) and soup bowl ($40) showcase the signature “Petal” pattern of design duo Michael Roseberry and Bruce Winn. Roseberry Winn Pottery & Tile, Tiverton, RI. 401-816-0010;

5 Acclaimed ceramics artist Isabelle Abramson’s striking pieces range in scope from mini berry bowl ($75) to hand-carved lattice bowl ($185) to tall, lacy porcelain vase ($775). (For more on Isabelle Abramson, see “Artisan Profile,” right.) Isabelle Abramson Ceramics, Boston, MA. 617-515-2319;

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