Ceramicist Wynne Noble carefully sculpting a bowl out of red clay on a throwing wheel

Noble was founded in 1985 by ceramicist Wynne Noble. Since then, Noble’s custom dinnerware has become a staple in some of the world’s top restaurants.

Food should create shared experiences—intimate moments in which chefs share their labors of love and diners share good conversation. Our mission is to bring a little extra magic to those moments.

Today, Noble is still proudly based in Gowanus, Brooklyn and is led New York based artist, Stiliani Moulinos.

  • Unparalleled durability

    Noble combines refined forms with rugged construction. Our pottery is unexpectedly heavy, and handling it is a sensory experience in itself. All our pieces are dishwasher-safe, and you can expect to enjoy them for years.

  • Made the slow way

    Every piece is cut and molded by hand, giving the rims a bullnose countour unique to Noble. We believe this human touch is what makes our wares eccentrically delightful, and we take pride in knowing no two pieces are the same. Ever.

  • Stacks of sage, ivory, black, and sapphire bowls sit on rustic wooden shelves

    New York Magazine

    “She’s been honing her craft for decades, rolling and pinching clay slabs (as opposed to throwing on a wheel) into organic shapes with natural textures and colors.”

  • A roasted branzino garnished with greens and shaved cheese rests on a textured, fish-shaped platter

    Tasting Table

    “Now we're smitten with her handmade stoneware designs, which range from plates and platters to pinch bowls and whimsical textured taco shells.”

  • A a set of glossy, sapphire plates and bowls rest on a white tablecloth

    Maker Maps

    “Each piece of pottery from Noble is uniquely made by hand with an eye towards form, function, and the warmth of sharing food with friends and family.”

  • Two rows of delicately formed shallow bowls lined up on a table

    Bon Apétit

    Named one of five “retaurant ceramacists we love” in the Best New Restaurants in America issue

  • A white bowl full of broccoli seasoned with lemon moons and paprika

    Edible Brooklyn

    “They make our food look beautiful and present what we’re trying to do with food in a really visual way.”

The Brooklyn Bridge silhouetted against a clear blue sky

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