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The prettiest of plates, by GT Homewares

I love crockery that isn’t perfect, rather plates and bowls that have an organic, pebble-like shape. And I think that’s the perfect way to describe the beautiful new tabletop collection by Glenn Tebble for his brand, GT Homewares.

It features satin glazed pieces in six shades including Ash, Earth, Grass, Onyx, Sky and Soil. The pieces are hand crafted by one of the world’s most established and highly regarded potteries, Bendigo Pottery. Established in the 1850’s during the gold rush, this Victorian treasure produces high quality pieces to stand the test of time.

Glenn worked as a ceramics teacher for more than 20 years, and now his pieces feature in some of the top restaurants in Australia such as Ezard, Aria and Muse. Glenn’s designs have also been featured on top TV cooking shows including My Kitchen Rules and Masterchef.

Even World class chef, Diego Munoz, is an avid fan of GT Homewares saying,

“Glenn’s plates are a great compliment to the food I present. I love the texture and the colours. The feel of them really enhance the whole dining experience.”

Renowned Australian chef Guy Grossi, also loves the design fluidity of GT Homewares:

“They are the perfect balance between earthiness and elegance. They fit the style of our Grill perfectly.”

Available to purchase online, Glenn Tebble’s pieces are a perfect combination of modern and timeless. Take a look…

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Images: Nicole Butler for Muse

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