These Mushroom Ceramics Look Like They Grew From a Fairytale Forest

Amanita Mushroom Ceramics

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Sometimes, instead of the usual white dishes, you want crockery with a bit of personality. Fortunately, there's no better place to find the mug of your dreams than Etsy. This website features the work of hundreds of unique artists, and among them is the talented ceramist duo Vanda and Valerie.

Based in the Czech Republic, these two artists have created a line of dishware inspired by the Amanita mushroom. Each mug, saltshaker, and plate is infused with a variation of the fungi's trademark red and white polka dot design. Some cups are more literal—including a bulbous lid to emulate the mushroom top—while others take on more classic shapes.

Vanda and Valerie have been making high-quality ceramic art since 1998, and take meticulous steps in each piece. Their pottery is fired at a temperature of 1180 degrees Celcius (2156 degrees Fahrenheit), ensuring high durability. Additionally, all pieces are dishwater and microwave safe and have European hygienic certificates.

Scroll down to see some of the beautiful products available at Vanda and Valerie's Etsy shop.

Artistic duo Vanda and Valerie made a whimsical series of ceramics inspired by Amanita mushrooms.

Each product features a variation of the Amanita mushroom's red and white polka dots.

This fairytale crockery is handmade in the Czech Republic, and ships worldwide through their Etsy store.

Amanita Mushroom Ceramics

Mug Amanita | $20.78

Amanita Mushroom Ceramics

Detail of the Mug Amanita

Vanda and Valerie: Website | Etsy | Facebook 

All photos via Vanda and Valerie. 

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Margherita Cole

Margherita Cole is a Contributing Writer at My Modern Met and illustrator based in Southern California. She holds a BA in Art History with a minor in Studio Art from Wofford College, and an MA in Illustration: Authorial Practice from Falmouth University in the UK. When she’s not writing, Margherita continues to develop her creative practice in sequential art.

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