baker/potter is a craftsman. He lives in the woods, talks to his dog and drinks coffee while making pots in a little workshop on Harstine Island, WA. He tries his very best to keep the pots he makes simple and timeless. 

The details: all of the pots are fired in a gas kiln to 2300+ degrees making them especially durable. The glazes used are non-toxic and do not contain any heavy metals or lead. Pots are dishwasher safe and probably microwave safe as well but will likely get hot to touch. 

Interested in working on a custom project for your restaurant, stocking your retail shelves with baker/potter ware, or have a question? Fill out the form or send an e-mail to Ryan@bakerpotter.com and I'll get back to you. 



 

Where to find the goods

California

The Mill - San Francisco

Four Barrel Coffee - San Francisco

Apt. 6 Cafe - San Francisco (custom espresso sets for tiny cafe)

Len Collective - San Luis Obispo

Camper- Menlo Park (custom bowls for restaurant service)

Bird Dog- Palo Alto (dinner plates for restaurant service)

Samovar - San Francisco

Timshel Shop - San Diego

Washington State

Station 7 - Seattle

Thuja - Port Townsend

Perry and Carlson - Mount Vernon

Hitchcock Restaurant - Bainbridge Island (dinnerware for service and select retail)

Olympia Coffee - Olympia

Oregon

Beam & Anchor - Portland

Tender Loving Empire - Portland

Texas

Flat Track Coffee Roasters - Austin (Custom Serviceware and Retail)

Henbit - Austin (Custom Serviceware)

Nevada

PublicUs - Las Vegas (Custom Serviceware)

Massachusetts

Seed to Stem - Worcester

Canada

Common People Shop - Toronto, Ontario

 


 a little about the name- Ryan Lee, a baker and potter.  The guy behind the project, Ryan Lee, has always enjoyed working with his hands. After several years of baking bread in San Francisco he decided he was ready for a new hobby so purchased a potter's wheel and kiln and got to work. A few years later he and his partner packed up their things and moved to a little known island in the Puget Sound to build a little pottery and bakery in the woods. The pottery project keeps building steam and bakery construction is underway.   You can find his work in rotation at a few cafes and on the retail shelves. 

a little about the name- Ryan Lee, a baker and potter.

The guy behind the project, Ryan Lee, has always enjoyed working with his hands. After several years of baking bread in San Francisco he decided he was ready for a new hobby so purchased a potter's wheel and kiln and got to work. A few years later he and his partner packed up their things and moved to a little known island in the Puget Sound to build a little pottery and bakery in the woods. The pottery project keeps building steam and bakery construction is underway. 

You can find his work in rotation at a few cafes and on the retail shelves.