The Food52 Store has launched its latest restricted version assortment

Final month, we launched a group of restricted version handmade soup bowls excellent for the soup season. The gathering was curated by Casey Simring and Kayla Roolaart – our prime tableware consumers on the Food52 Store staff – and full of merchandise from our group of potters. As we method spring menus and hotter climate this month, we’re again with a new restricted version drop that we’re enthusiastic about.

The discharge options eight restricted version handcrafted butter dishes, meant to be one-of-a-kind containers in your favourite butter. As at all times, our buying staff aimed to carry collectively distinctive merchandise in a wide range of completely different kinds, shapes and designs and labored with a small assortment of potters and studios to construct this line. As soon as you’ve got discovered the right dish, place it on the eating desk or kitchen counter to maintain your butter of alternative prepared for spreading – salted, unsalted, or whipped; something goes.

Learn on for a better have a look at the most recent additions to our retailer. (Psst! A few of these butter savers maintain a small quantity of water to maintain the butter delicate and spreadable. It is easy! Simply add the good things to the highest, plus sufficient water on the base to create an hermetic seal. Change the water each few days and you will be golden.)

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1. Handmade Butter by Convival

  • Studio identify: comfortable
  • Location: Kansas Metropolis, Missouri
  • About this dish: Crafted by the staff at Convival, this plate incorporates a impartial coloration palette that simply coordinates with any dinner desk.
  • From the studio: “All the things we design and create at Convivial is actually a staff effort, from the design course of to the creation and bodily sculpting of every piece,” stated Danielle Coleman, Product Designer at Convivial. “There’s nothing fairly like seeing your one-piece imaginative and prescient come to life by the arms of a number of artisans who pay particular consideration to element so that every butter keeper appears to be like, feels and suits proper.”
  • Worth: $96

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2. Handmade Butter Dish by This Quiet Mud

  • Studio identify: this quiet mud
  • Location: Lake Forest, Illinois
  • About this dish: Designed and handcrafted by Dubhe Carreño of This Quiet Mud.
  • From the Artist: “My inventive course of is anchored within the recognition of relationships between kinds”, stated Carreño. “In nature, we respect the colours and textures primarily based on the distinction between every topic. The blue sky towards the sandy earth, for instance. When designing this butter dish, I favored to create distinction between the dish and the lid. My objective was to create a visible motion, organically, asymmetrical, curvy, a morning sky holding a fluffy cloud.”
  • Worth: $96

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3. Sawyer Ceramics Handmade Butter Dish

  • Studio identify: Sawyer ceramics
  • Location: San Diego, California
  • About this dish: Designed and handcrafted by Jonathan Sawyer of Sawyer Ceramics, this dish incorporates a uncooked clay exterior and blue glass inside.
  • From the Artist: “After I made this dish, I wished it to look a bit of rustic but refined,” Sawyer stated. “Our partially glazed design strikes that steadiness, because the flippantly textured clay contrasts with our well-applied shiny glaze. To realize a sublime search for this restricted assortment, I selected a deep navy blue glaze.”
  • Worth: $57

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4. Handmade Butter Dish by Handmade Studio TN

  • Studio identify: TN handcrafted studio
  • Location: Nashville, Tennessee
  • About this dish: Designed and handcrafted by the staff at Handmade Studio TN in Nashville, this stunning plate has clean formed edges, darkish matte enamel and can get the eye it deserves in your desk.
  • Worth: $90

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5. Handmade butter dish by Erin Louise Clancy Ceramics

  • Studio identify: Ceramics Erin Louise Clancy
  • Location: Queens, New York
  • About this dish: Designed and handcrafted by Erin Louise Clancy, this dish combines uncooked clay with dabs of glaze.
  • From the Artist: “This undertaking felt like a full circle second as the primary merchandise I launched by Food52 was a butter keeper,” stated Clancy. “I like the quantity the dome creates and the ah-ha second while you carry it off its baseplate. Likewise, I like that, along with being a butter dish, it could reinvent itself as a garlic keeper, dessert presenter subtle, or actually anything you wish to retailer.”
  • Worth: $65

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6. New York Stoneware Handmade Butter Dish

  • Studio identify: faience from big apple
  • Location: Bronx, New York
  • About this dish: This blue magnificence was hand drawn, solid, trimmed, glazed and fired only for us. Will Reardon based New York Stoneware within the Bronx in 2013. Each object that comes from his studio is transferring, practical and fully handmade by him and his staff.
  • Worth: $120

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7. Handmade Butter Dish by Seems Like White

  • Studio identify: appears to be like white
  • Location: montreal in canada
  • About this dish: This white plate was created by Trudy Cane of the ceramics studio Seems Like White. With a textured edge and attention-grabbing lid, it is certain to be the focus at your subsequent banquet.
  • Worth: $82

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8. Handmade Butter Dish by Leisure Middle

  • Studio identify: Recreation Middle
  • Location: Brooklyn, New York
  • About this dish: Designed and made only for us by Recreation Middle, a small pottery studio in Brooklyn run by artist Josephine Heilpern, will add a bit of whimsy to your dinner desk.
  • Worth: $75

Which butter keeper are you most excited for? Tell us beneath!

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