NYGF Potter, Up!

While in New York last week I attended the New York Gift Fair.  Over the next few posts I'm going to highlight some of the vendors that appealed.  Some were new to me and some were not, but the thing that struck me was how many designers were in their booths.  Jonathan Adler, John Robshaw, Annie Selke and the two featured here, Christopher Jagmin and Frances Palmer.

I clearly have a thing for ceramics lately, but I've been aware of Jagmin's pieces for a while.  In fact, we exchanged emails over a year ago about his number plates.  I'm a big fan.

His silhouette pieces are new this season as are the vintage plates, above, that have been enhanced by his designs.  The really good news from Christopher was that Hall's will be carrying his pieces, so if you are "in town" do be on the lookout.

It was a delight to meet Frances Palmer as I have always admired her work at George Terbovich's shop.

Connie Beall has selected a beautiful assortment of the ivory pieces, but I do love that black pitcher.

More blogger favorites from the Gift Fair can be found at Style Beat, Haskell Harris and Hollister Hovey.