Every single one of my dishes is from east fork. It took about 4 years to get to the point where I have enough dishes that I feel comfortable throwing a dinner party. I love everything about this brand: the mission, the products, the community. They are 100% worth the hype
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East Fork Reviews
I went down the East Fork rabbit hole a few years ago and my biggest regret is that I didn’t know about them earlier. I get so much joy out of eating on such beautiful dishes. Although the price can look daunting at first, I can tell that I’m paying for quality. Everything is so durable and dishwasher safe, and I expect to have my dishes for life. Beyond the product itself, I appreciate the company’s values and transparency. They partner with local charities each quarter, and donating gets you access to their Seconds page, where you can get nearly perfect pots at a discount.
Weighty, high-quality ceramics that look great and are a pleasure to use.
Super sturdy, beautiful, and functional pieces.
I’m slowly building my collection of East Fork tableware. They are so delightful to eat and drink out of. And the transparency of the company is unmatched.
East Fork is one of the best investments I've made for my home. Not only are the pieces beautiful but they hold up so well for everyday use. Slowly building my collection is has been so fun with their seasonal colors. Also it's so nice to purchase from a company whose values you believe in and that they are so transparent about. Everything they create is intentional and beautiful. Their product curation is also *bomb*. Also as a person that has worked in brand strategy, they have created a community in their customers like I haven't really seen before. I can't wait to see what's next for them!
I wish I had access to some of the past glazes.
I absolutely love my East Fork everyday bowl and have bought other pieces for friends too. Their seasonal colors are also gorgeous — taro, I’m looking at you. We’re lucky to have a brick and mortar locally, but the size chart on their website is one of my favorite things.
Not something *they* really need to improve, but plastic wrap does not get along with these bowls if you have leftovers.
the ceramics are really simple, high quality and they feel really good to use every day, and I don't have to worry about them yet I notice them. lovely colors
there are very limited color runs and often out of stock very quickly--I don't mind waiting for a preorder as opposed to stressing that something will sell out
Purchased several smaller items and am very impressed with the heft, glaze, and durability. I haven't bought a full set so can't speak to using these as dishes for everything, but all the pieces we purchased look fresh and lovely and remain unbroken even after heavy use by a toddler.
They have always available colors and seasonal offerings. Sometimes living on the West Coast means you miss out on a special item unless you are somehow willing to wake at 6am before the limited edition item sells out. I really like this pottery, but I won't get up at 6am for almost anything.