Serving Platters



As a cook, and someone who truly enjoys eating, I love platters as a lifestyle. I am probably best known for my platters of beautiful food, especially my salads. So I knew I wanted to create a fantastic platter, though the process of making them, drying them, and getting them into the kiln without cracking takes a level of finesse and expertise so it’s quite an undertaking for the potter.

Each platter is handmade using our proprietary technique, is nocrumbsleft™ stamped. From the delicate texture and custom luminous glaze, each platter is a one-of-a-kind handmade beauty. 


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Length: 14-3/4 to 15-3/4 inches
Width: 11-1/2 to 11-3/4 inches


Natural Striations
Our Platters are hand-brushed, whereas our other products are hand-glazed and dipped. This means that the glaze will appear in its own unique way with some striations that only make the Platter more special! It is to be expected that with our drippy glazes they will appear to have more obvious brush marks than smaller pieces that are hand-dipped. 

Our glazes are unique and take to each piece in a beautifully varying way. The photos offer an example of the glaze, but you may see slight variations in your product that only make it that much more special.

As a result of production method changes, the Ruby glaze is considered premium and is reflected in its cost. 


Like all of our handmade products, please hand wash and dry your platter.

As a result of production method changes, the Ruby glaze is considered premium and is reflected in its cost. 


Each piece of nocrumbsleft pottery is handmade and hand-glazed by our talented potters. Shapes, texture and glaze will vary across products. If you ordered something several months ago, it might not be an exact match. We hope you enjoy the beauty, natural striations and perfect imperfections of our one-of-a-kind pottery as much as we do.


*Please note, this 2022, we are anticipating possible national and global shipping and supply constraints that may affect your shipping timeline.


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