Beautiful dinnerware makes everything look and taste better. Our handmade porcelain collection allows for ultimate customisation, through colour, silhouette and the number of place settings. Thoughtfully designed and perfectly understated, we believe there’s an elegance and versatility in simplicity.

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, Australia 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.

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Timeless porcelain dinnerware

Our timeless collection of porcelain dinnerware and tableware is designed by Shelley Simpson and handmade in our studio in Sydney, Australia.

Thoughtfully designed and perfectly understated, we believe there’s elegance and versatility in simplicity. Our handmade dinnerware collection is highly versatile with almost endless combinations, serving your ever-changing dining needs.

Pictured: Dinner Plate, Pebble Bowl Medium, Noodle Bowl Cereal, Flared Bowl Extra Large, Paris Platter, Noodle Bowl Small, Salad Plate, Linge Particulier Napkin, Mourne Placemat and Cutipol Cutlery. Photography by Petrina Tinslay and Leif Prenzlau.

Elevate everyday experiences

We like to think our porcelain dinnerware elevates everyday experiences. Our handmade dinnerware collection offers great versatility for entrees, mains, desserts, or even your morning cereal or slice of toast.

Be bold with vibrant colors, timeless with neutrals or whimsical with pastel shades. Whatever your style is, the Mud Australia color palette has the depth to personalize your dinner set to suit any interior.

Pictured: Dinner Plate, Salad Plate, Pebble Bowl Cereal and Noodle Bowl Cereal at Pt Leo Estate, Victoria, Australia. Photography by Chris McConville.

Create your own unique dinnerware set

Our porcelain dinnerware collection fits perfectly into any home and makes the perfect gift. All our pieces are available for purchase individually allowing for ultimate customization, through color, silhouette and the number of place settings.

Our porcelain plates are offered in 10 colors – selected for maximum wear and durability and in tones that allow your food to be the hero. Add a burst of color to your table with our porcelain bowls – available in all 19 colors.

The Mud Australia dinnerware range has been developed in tones to complement each other, making it even easier for you to build your dinner set. Opt for either monochromatic, tone-on-tone or playfully mix colors. Our dinnerware range has the flexibility to create a setting for any occasion.

Pictured: Flared Dinner Plate, Pebble Bowl Cereal, Salad Plate, Pebble Bowl Large, Fish Platter, Flan Dish, Linge Particulier Napkin and Cutipol Cutlery. Photography by Becca Crawford, styling by Clementine Day.

Let us help you

If you’ve been to one of our stores then you know we have high standards when it comes to customer service. Our experienced team can advise on how to create the perfect porcelain dinnerware collection, either in person at your nearest Mud Australia store in New York or Los Angeles or via design consultation.


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