So often, when TabletopJournal describes that "hammered metal" look....we're talking about hammered stainless steel. What if you're looking for hard to find hammered copper?
Orion Trading has an incredible array of hammered copper items including bread baskets, wine buckets, 13" charger plates....even a large beverage cauldron.
For over 25 years, Orion Trading has been supplying the hospitality industry with great tabletop serving pieces and accessories...often with a rustic Latin flair and ambience. With the growth in true Mexican, Peruvian, and other latin cuisines....having the proper tabletop to reinforce the guest dining experience is a must.
So, whether you're looking for hammered copper, hammered stainless steel, Mexican hand blown glassware, wrought iron tabletop accessories...or even rustic stoneware. Orion Trading even has a full range of colorful, fused glass serving pieces!
Orion Trading’s goal has always been to design and source unique, quality handmade tabletop products that complement a chef's culinary creations and enhance your special dining environments and elevate the guest dining experience.
You can see the entire range of Orion Trading tabletop serving pieces and accessories by going here:
Many fine restaurants are making it a priority to use locally sourced ingredients, but some are taking the idea of ‘local’ further still by using locally made handmade dinnerware. In California, Jered's Pottery is supplying more and more restaurants who want to keep things local and handcrafted. potter. Readers will recall that Garagistes in Hobart, Tasmania was profiled doing the same thing in sourcing their handmade dinnerware from a local potter.
Northern California’s Jered's Pottery specializes in handmade dinnerware , as well as sculptural ceramics. Complete dinnerware sets are custom made to order. Continuing the localvore trend, owner Jered Nelson uses local California clay to form strong, vitreous porcelain and stoneware pieces.
In 2004, Jered Nelson moved to the Bay Area. He opened his current studio and boutique location in Berkeley in October 2008. In 2010, he was commissioned, along with two other potters, to create handmade porcelain plateware for Michael Mina’s re-located and re-imagined San Francisco restaurant, MICHAEL MINA.
Jered Pottery’s offers several glaze options with the most popular colors being Silver Belly (a matte white) and Cast Iron Black (a matte black). Owner Nelson’s pieces have simple, classic lines and he prefers to make soft, organic shapes that feel good to the eye and to the touch. Clients have described his work as clean, quiet, and refined.
Jered’s Pottery owner is Jered Nelson, originally from South Dakota. He has designed and handmade over 70,000 vessels in his 20+ years as a potter. Prior to his full-time ceramic career, Jered rode rodeo, trained horses, and worked on ranches and race tracks. Just the perfect background to be a successful potter to the restaurant and international clayboy.
To learn more about Jered Nelson, his handmade pottery for restaurants and see the entire standard collection go here: http://www.jeredspottery.com/