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Jump on the Hand-Crafted Dinnerware Trend Without Spending All Your Money

January 25, 2019

Add an artisanal look to your kitchen cupboards while skipping the high prices.

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Mango Wood Slab Serving Plate

Available in medium, large or platter sizes, these lovely serving pieces will get a lot of action at your next dinner party. The honey-colored mango wood plates feature a beveled shape and uneven edges.

$25–$48 at food52

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Pastel Speckle Salad Plates

This gorgeous set of four salad plates looks like they were handpainted by some hipster artist in Brooklyn. Organic, uneven edges and uniquely painted designs also add to the handmade vibes. If you don't want to use them as salad plates, they would also work nicely as serving pieces or even smaller appetizer plates.

$35.00 at west elm

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Femme Torso Mug

Make your morning coffee sesh extra cheeky with these femme torso mugs crafted in the form of a woman's silhouette. These would be a great addition to your own coffee mug collection or an excellent gift idea for your "girl power" besties.

$14.00 at urban outfitters

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Marin Serving Bowl

This stoneware serving bowl is made in Portugal and comes in eight muted colors. With uneven edges and hand-antiquing on each of the bowl's freeform rims, this piece looks straight-up artisanal.

$29.95 at crate & barrel

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