I Love {Alison Evans Coastal Ceramics}

Artist Alison Evans creates the most swoon-worthy, sea inspired ceramics.  Each unique piece is hand molded, hand glazed and totally gorgeous.

After falling in love with bestie R‘s Alison Evans oyster plates, I started a collection of my own abalone and tortoise plates Christmas before last.  Since then, Honey has been a doll and slowly added to it for various occasions (Valentine’s Days, birthdays, Christmases), and then I rounded it out with a few more choice pieces on my recent jaunt down to New Orleans.  I finally pulled them all out of the bowels of the closet and set to work incorporating them into my den decor.

Now, I’m dying to get my hands on a few in bone white.

I do have a birthday coming up, after all!!

See the rest of my oyster inspired posts here and here.

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14 thoughts on “I Love {Alison Evans Coastal Ceramics}

  1. You know I love me some Allsion Evans…. I love my collection and am glad you are too! I too love using them often. I will be doing a post soon too!!!! xoxoxoxo

  2. Ooooohhhhh….these are BEAUTIFUL!! Several years ago Martha Steward did a "story" in her magazine about oyster plates and I fell in love. I love how you've displayed/used them so you can enjoy them. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Love your plates and the way you have displayed them! Following you as I saw your feature yesterday and Love your style! XO Cindy

  4. Gorgeous plates! Wow really amazing and love how you put everything together! Come on over to Centerpiece Wednesday and link up your post and share your ideas and the gorgeous Ceramics with everyone.


  5. What a collection!!!

    Alison Evans? Not bad and showing your collection is absolutely beautiful.

    The coherent in the room is fantastic too.

    TY a bunch for sharing.

    Greetings from freezing Stockholm.

  6. These are new to me, and I find them totally charming. What a wonderful item to collect. Glad you pulled them out of the closet and are now enjoying them around your home. Your displays look lovely. ~ Sarah
    I'm off to see the two other posts on these pieces. ;-)

  7. I was not familiar with Alison Evans' work before your post, but your pieces are beautiful. You've displayed them so well. Very pretty.

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