nested baker set

It’s Friday, so I’ve got food on the brain. Not only are Fridays the day we share food & drink recipes on D*S, but they’re also when I start planning meals to make over the weekend. Whenever I think about preparing food, I immediately jump to what I want to serve it in, which for me tends to be something simple and ceramic. Judy Jackson is one of my favorite ceramicists, and these new nested baker sets sold at Anthropologie are gorgeous. Available in two color patterns, this set of seven dishes ($98) is dishwasher and microwave safe and handmade in the US. I’d love to see these as a centerpiece, piled at different heights and used for serving various snacks and sweets. Or, if you’re a pet freak like me, you could use the smallest size for cat or dog food. Turk used to eat cat food out of one of these smaller vessels, and it was the cutest pet feeder I’ve ever had. If you’re looking to pick up some new dishes, click here to check them out and order online. xo, grace

  1. hyzen says:

    Wow, I love these, and I think you just found my next birthday gifts for one of my very hard to shop for friends!

  2. K says:

    Thank you for introducing me to her work — it is stunning. I think I have found what I will get all my favorite people for christmas this year!

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