Modern Dinnerware Sets from Portugal by “Far & Away”
Have you been looking for modern, sustainably crafted and ethically sourced dinnerware? If you’re not, you should be. Dinnerware is something you use every day, so why not give back to the planet while showing off your exquisite tastes?
Far and Away is a company that specializes in bringing modern, artisanal goods right to your doorstep. Their products are designed in Berlin and crafted in Portugal.
Let’s talk about why you should invest in Far and Away:
4 Reasons You Need Far and Away
- They’re ethical and sustainable. Far and Away’s stoneware ceramic products are manufactured by local artisans, utilizing ethical and sustainable practices. Along with using recycled clay, they have optimized their production processes to help the environment every step of the way, and they contribute a portion of their sales to fund reforestation projects around the world.
- They’re good to their employees. Far and Away has teamed up with a family-owned factory in Northern Portugal that has over fifty-years of experience crafting quality ceramic goods. The factory offers fair wages for their employees and safe working conditions, too!
- The color palette is inspired by Portugal. Love to travel, but stuck at work? The rich color palette of Far and Away dinnerware will bring Portugal to you. Inspired by the pastel walls of Porto and Lisbon, Far and Away offers four distinct colors: navy, red, green, and white.
- They’re stackable and can be mixed and matched. Designed with clean minimalism in mind, these pieces are stackable and versatile. The four colors complement each other, so you don’t have to choose between them.
Far and Away’s premier dinnerware collection has been produced with the finest materials and by master craftsmen, ensuring they will withstand the test of time. The collection features four pieces: a large plate, a small plate, a bowl and a cup. These artisan-crafted ceramic pieces are microwave, oven, and dishwasher safe, too!
Learn More: kickstarter.com/projects/far-and-away/dinnerware
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