How It's Made: Our Ceramics Collection

Half Past Seven’s ceramics collection is handcrafted in Guanajuato, Mexico by a family company who have been in business for more than 30 years. Similar to other stoneware productions, they use a high-temperature firing process, meaning each piece fires in a 1200-degree oven for 10 hours and then dries for 15 days. This ensures that our stoneware ceramics are non-porous and durable. 

Artisan Partner at work in Guanajuato, Mexico

The clay is sourced from the Veracruz and Hidalgo regions of Mexico (a brown clay and a red clay, respectively). Products are certified cadmium-free and lead-free, and dishwasher safe. Each piece is crafted by hand, meaning that no two are exactly the same. 

 With this collection, we hope to inspire elegance in your everyday dining. Our three lines are versatile enough to use regularly but elevated enough to feel special. After all, every gathering should be a celebration!

Half Past Seven's Lettuce Leaf Dinner Plates

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