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Jill Rosenwald’s ceramics are prized for their practical sense of luxury, and this perfect platter can showcase both blinis and caviar, and frosted doughnuts with equanimity and style. The versatile surface and shape means it is made to be used, and the painterly stripes add a casual elegance that is appropriate in all manner of settings. Like Annie, Jill knows that stripes go everywhere and with everything. They just work. This tray is lovingly handmade from start to finish by a dedicated team of artisans in Jill’s downtown Boston studio. Crafted from creamy white clay, the stripes are dashed with a flourish of a brush giving each piece its own individual character, then finished with a rim of 14k gold bling.
Inspired by the architecture of the famous French palace, the Versailles bowl is graphic and elegant. The handmade bowl is great for showcasing fresh fruit, serving food to a large gathering, or simply making a statement in your own palace. Jill Rosenwald and her team of skilled artisans shape each one on the pottery wheel using a creamy white earthenware. This creates the perfect smooth pale canvas upon which they then hand paint the colorful pattern, finally finishing its rim with a flourish of 14k gold. In this intimate studio in downtown Boston, each piece is touched by at least five people. A big and beautiful gift for anyone and any home.
Jill Rosenwald’s pottery exudes practical luxury. Her bold graphic patterns are often inspired by architectural details and every piece gets a signature 14k gold rim. This beautifully proportioned cocktail tray is so versatile. Perfect for parties, of course, you can serve any nibbles from appetizers to desserts. It also does daytime duty on your desk as a catch-all for pens, paperclips, keys or eyeglasses. Made by hand in Jill’s Boston studio, which she shares with her husband and fellow ceramicist Lawrence McRae, each piece is lovingly touched by at least five artisans throughout its process. Look for the coordinating Dip Bowls in the same colors but different patterns- sassy!