Ceramic Plates by Little Fire Ceramics seen at Elske, Chicago, Chicago - Cobalt Blue Ombre Plates, Dessert Bowls and Dipped Vases
Ceramic Plates by Little Fire Ceramics seen at Elske, Chicago, Chicago - Cobalt Blue Ombre Plates, Dessert Bowls and Dipped Vases
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Item Cobalt Blue Ombre Plates, Dessert Bowls and Dipped Vases
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Cobalt Blue Ombre Plates, Dessert Bowls and Dipped Vases

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Artist Jessica Egan was commissioned by chefs Anna and David Posey—(pictured) owners of Elske, a Nordic-influenced restaurant in Chicago’s West Loop—to create this set of cobalt blue ombre plates, along with pink and white dessert bowls, and color-dipped vases.

"My favorite part—and it does evolve—is collaborating and prototyping,” says Egan, whose tableware is produced under her Little Fire Ceramics brand name. "That’s where I get to explore new forms and work with other people, especially chefs or restaurateurs, because they’re thinking about plating. They’re thinking about these different aspects of functionality that maybe I wouldn't have thought of."

Photo credit: Lenny Gilmore / RedEye

Meet the Creator

Little Fire Ceramics

Little Fire Ceramics

Milwaukee, WI

Little Fire Ceramics is a Midwest-based company by artist Jessica Egan. Combining her passion for ceramics, plants, and contemporary home goods, Egan designs planters, vases, mugs, and more, rotating her collection seasonally. Her interest in clean, form focused, designs and eye for detail lead to pieces that fit into any collection and are perfect for the minimalist at heart.
After graduating Columbia College Chicago with degrees in Fine Arts and Environmental Science, Egan started her own company: Little Fire Ceramics (a name inspired by the Gaelic translation of her last name). Since the start of Little Fire Ceramics, Egan’s work has expanded from online custom orders to local boutiques and tableware commissions at some of Chicago’s hippest restaurants.”