My New Collection With Jill Rosenwald!


I am SO excited to finally launch my new collection with my friend and incredible ceramicist Jill Rosenwald!  You may have seen me instagramming it in the past couple months as we developed it and FINALLY it’s available to order! Recently we did a little shoot with Sarah Winchester to show off the wares in use, and I am thrilled with the result.  I wanted to do a modern, painterly take on classic blue and white china patterns like Blue Willow and Royal Copenhagen.  I LOVE the loose, fun quality of these pieces (all hand thrown and hand painted in Boston) and the gold rims just add a little extra sparkle.


The striped plates are something I picked up on One Kings Lane a long time ago, but Jill is going to be making a version of them to sell with the Delft pattern.  The rest of the styling items are linked here (I ended up keeping everything because it looked SO charming together!):

tablecloth // placemats // napkins // flatware // wine glasses


I love the vintage bamboo Brown Jordan patio set I inherited from my grandmother. I will never part with it.


This long platter is perfect for serbing cheese and crackers (my favorite “my husband is out of town” dinner)


Each piece is hand painted by Jill herself so each is totally unique and different. No two will be exactly the same, which makes these items SO special.


I love this shot in my sunroom :)  Sucha happy little spot for coffee and the paper- the mugs are one of my favorite items as they are sucha great size and shape.


Other items in the room: coffee table // blanket // Peter Dunham pillow // solid pillow // sofa // rug


Here are all the items:

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Large Vase // Small Plate

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Skinny Pitcher Vase // Mug


Long Tray


Small Bowl



  1. Timeless collection! Great job. I receive so many compliments on my Jill Rosenwald pieces and they make the best wedding presents.

    Coby Kutcher

  2. I’m a big fan of blue willow so of course I love yours. Having made some plates and bowls of my own, I KNOW how much work goes into each handmade item … and how a kiln accident can destroy a whole batch. Kudos to both you and the ceramic artisan.

  3. These are beautiful. You two make a great team.
    Your rug you have pictured, can you tell me how soft it is? I am looking for a soft rug for the living room. Thanks

  4. these are such beautiful pieces. jill is an amazing artist and i think these are classic pieces that will look good for many years to come!!

  5. Beautiful, Erin! I have blue hand-painted Polish dishes and these might play well with them. How about the striped dinner plates? Are they part of the collection? If not, where are they from?

  6. LOVE. My Grandmother had white and blue Dresden china from her time living in Europe, so I have a major soft spot for it. This is such a beautiful modern and fresh interpretation of that!

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