• ceramic table top

    $66.00Price

    Handmade Ceramics are functional works of art, crafted from earthenware and glazed with non-toxic, low-fire glazes. Hand wash only — they are not to be placed in the dishwasher, oven, or microwave.

    Made in the USA (VT)


    Butter Dish  5" x 7 1/2" x 2 1/2"

    Sauce Boat  9"

    Sugar Bowl  3 1/2" x 4 1/2"

    design
    • shipping cost

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    • shipping rates

      flat rate

      small $7     medium   $10     large $15  extra large $20

    • about the artist

      About Laura Zindel

      Laura Zindel is an artist and designer who combines her passion for ceramics and naturalist illustration into unique housewares. Her work integrates techniques from the Arts & Crafts movement with modern industrial design practices and decorative arts inspired by the natural world.

      A ceramist by training, Laura has always loved to draw with a pencil. Her initial drawings on the surface of clay with a glaze pencil ultimately led her to the transfer process for creating commercial works; her drawings are now silkscreened and printed as enamel transfers. This process also lent itself to repetition, allowing Laura to create exquisite surface patterns from her drawings on a wide variety of homewares.

      Laura Zindel Design, the collaboration of Laura and her husband, Thorsten Lauterbach, has been creating beautiful objects for the home since 1997. Laura and Thor, along with a staff of local artisans, create fine ceramics, dinnerware, and housewares from their design and production studio in Brattleboro, Vermont.

    • care

      Handmade items are functional works of art, crafted from earthenware and glazed with non-toxic low-fire glazes. These products do not like to be heated and cooled quickly and should not be put in the dishwasher, microwave or oven. These items are designed for food serving only and need to be handled with loving care. They should be hand washed with non-abrasives in warm soapy water. Please read our tips below to insure the long life of your handmade pieces.

      Dinnerware items are made from white china and are designed for every day use. They can be put in the dishwasher and the microwave.

      Please keep in mind that while our dinnerware is quite durable, it is still made from clay and can be damaged if dropped or knocked about. Often, flaws created during impact will not be detectable immediately. Impact flaws can develop into a crack or break with use over time.  The dishwasher is also hard on ceramic surfaces and can dull your pieces over repeated washing. Please consider the tips below to ensure that your dinnerware has a long and shiny life.

      Dishwasher: Use a non-abrasive soap low in citric acid. Rinse before loading, avoid stacking, or dinnerware touching during washing.

      Wash on gentle cycle. 

      Microwave: Use the low setting to gently reheat drinks or to warm food for 1-2 minutes. Do not use your dinnerware to cook, defrost food or heat cold beverages directly from the refrigerator. Caution should be taken when heating beverages high in fat such as milk and cream, which will get very hot very quickly in a microwave. Take care in removing items from the microwave they will absorb heat and be hot to the touch.

      Oven: We recommend that you only use your dinnerware to warm food. Dinnerware items should not be put in an oven above 450 degrees F and should be warmed and cooled slowly.

      *Pie plates can be used to bake pies in the oven up to 450 degrees F.

      *All Laura Zindel ceramics products are food safe and made with non-toxic materials. They are not to be used for food preparation or food storage. Avoid contact with foods high in citric acid and other deep colored foods for long periods of time such as berries or beets.

      Store in a cool dry place out of direct sunlight.

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