Beautiful Ceramics To Add Charm to Your Home

These useful and carefully crafted ceramics add a touch of joy to cooking and serving food

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Kaolin Store have a great selection of handmade and one-off items, like this lovely teapot. Made by Duncan Shearer, each has a unique finish and holds three cups of tea. Wood-Fired Tea Pot by Duncan Shearer, $140 from Kaolin Store

Have a bit of fun with this Dalmation-inspired mug (note the generous handle). White Splatter Mug by JS Ceramic, $32 from Iko Iko

Made with the most divine colours, this bowl is perfect for a potluck dish. Large Terazzo Stoneware Bowl by Wundaire, $162 from Tessuti

All of Hasami's matte ceramics are beautiful, but these milk pitchers make a particularly cute addition to your coffee- and tea-making kit. Hasami Porcelain Milk Pitcher, $40 from Coffee Supreme

These dusky pink cups are sure to be a favourite in your house come afternoon tea. Kirsten Dryburgh Pink Eggshell Cup, $45 from Precinct 35

Serve steaming hot bowls of ramen in these lovely noodle bowls and warm up from the inside out. Studio Craft Two-Piece Noodle Bowls, $98 from Smith and Caughey's

These nice and neutral 'honey glazed' plates will make a perfect backdrop to your next meal. Handmade Ceramic Plates by Kim Morgan, from $22, from Homebase Collections

A dark glaze gives these little tumblers an earthy feel and a thumb imprint makes them so nice to hold. Louis Kittleson tumblers, $23 from Blackbird Goods

Start your day right with this adorable breakfast set. Egg and Plate, $35 from Father Rabbit

Cook and serve comfort foods like pies, puddings and gratin in this handy dish. Classic Pie Dish, $70 from Tony Sly

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