It seems like we’re always looking for that one unique item when we’re rearranging shelves, mantels and side tables, and it looks like Pinch Pot Love is here to help in all the right places.
Founded in 2015, Emily Jordan makes pinch pot plants and dishes in her East Nashville home. We love the simple division of earthenware and her black and white collection. Each pot has its own character, just like the plant you would fill it with. The fun and loose patterns on them have such variation among the pieces that you could fill your home with all of them and not feel that they’re all made from the same person, in a good way that is.
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Pinch Pot Love gives 5% of their proceeds go to Crittenton Centers in Peoria, Illinois. This is a great organization that provides emergency childcare, childhood development and family advocacy. If you have a keen eye, you can find her pieces around town at places like Parlour and Juke and The Grilled Cheeserie. Check our her site to start filling your home and office with great pieces.