This plate is one of my favorites. I really like how it looks like a puddle with ripples reflecting over and over. Strangely, its one of my more simple glazing jobs – three different glazes only, yet I really feel like it impacts the senses in a big way.
Learn more about this plate here.
Some people aren’t sure what to make of my plates when they first see them. Are they food safe? Would you even want to put food on them? Can they be cleaned? The answer to all of those questions is a resounding “yes!” My goal in creating my plates is to design and send out into the world functional art. Who says that plates have to be boring? \
All of that being said, I do tend to see my smaller plates as more dessert or appetizer plates and my larger ones as serving platters. One day I’ll get around to making an honest to goodness dinner plate sized ones … maybe a whole dinnerware set since that’s my long term goal, but I digress.
My view of my smaller plates changed forever this week when a friend of mine who recently acquired one of my smaller plates told me that it had become her “go-to” toast plate. Apparently, not only is it the perfect size for a small meal, the plate is rectangular so both pieces of toast fit fully on the plate without overlapping. As those of you who are toast lovers have probably experienced, once you put the toppings, be it avocado or jelly, on your toast you can’t overlap them without creating a bit of a mess. The rectangular shape solves that problem for you.
So there you have it – the perfect use for my plates: breakfast! It’s only fitting since that is my favorite meal of the day!
Check out the plate pictured and other perfect toast plates on my Etsy shop!