Entertain with ease. Timeless and durable serving pieces – an elegance you can feel, an understated style you can trust. Designed with consideration and understanding, our offering includes all your needs from small single use silhouettes to extra-large proportions created with entertaining large groups in mind.
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Carbon neutral since 2020
With an elegant and timeless design aesthetic, Mud Australia thoughtfully creates porcelain homewares that are designed to last.
From our studio in Sydney we hand make every porcelain piece, actively building relationships with the people who buy and love our products across the world.
Sustainability is built into our design DNA. Our products eschew seasonality, complement any interior, and are made to last. All new additions to our range are designed to be useful and complement existing designs. We believe in conscious and responsible consumption, and this starts with good design.
We've always been dedicated to reducing our environmental footprint and our commitment to become carbon neutral was proudly achieved by the end of 2020.
The Pebble Bowl is a hardworking piece that can act as an oven-to-table roasting dish, salad bowl, or centerpiece for any occasion.
Pictured: Pebble Bowl Large, Flared Dinner Plate, Pebble Bowl Cereal, Salad Plate, Fish Platter, Flan Dish, Linge Particulier Napkin and Cutipol Cutlery. Photography by Becca Crawford, styling by Clementine Day.
The Nest is our original salad bowl. Designed in 1999 for personal use by our founder and creative director, Shelley Simpson, the bowl is a beautiful serving piece with an elegant wide rim. Perfect for presenting salads, pasta or fruit, the Nest Bowl has established itself as a timeless favourite.
Our oval-shaped Fish Platter was designed to serve a medium size fish, but can also be used to present snacks, crudités or salads.
Pictured Fish Platter. Photography by Becca Crawford, styling by Clementine Day.
The Flared Bowl was inspired by the first shape our Founder and Creative Director Shelley Simpson created on a wheel in 1994.
Refined and reimagined by Shelley to its current silhouette in 1999, this bowl is an elegant and versatile serving piece.
Pictured: Flared Bowl Extra Large. Photography by Petrina Tinslay.