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“I use them at home every day,” Silva tells Domino. “The idea behind the line was to create something that was delicate and subtle, but still had a roughness to it that you should learn to embrace. For instance, think of a farmer at the market with an organic carrot—it may not look perfect, but it will be delicious and good for you.”
While Silva has been working with ceramics for years (her first collection was actually right after her daughter was born), her other lines tended to skew more on the traditional—which made them harder to take care of. “With Amazon, I wanted to reach more people at a more affordable price point,” she explains.
But that doesn’t mean that this collection came together overnight. “There was a lot of back and forth,” says Silva. “It’s hard to explain a concept in my head that’s entirely personal and have it translate exactly to a factory-made product, so it took a lot of work.”
“I don’t feel like [the line] should only be used for special occasions,” she says. “They’re durable, sturdy, and pretty, and can add a touch of beauty to your every day.”
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