Frances Palmer is a potter known for her handmade functional
ceramics. Her pieces have been carried by Barneys New York,
Bergdorf Goodman, Neue Galerie, Takashimaya, and the Philip Johnson
Glass House, and featured in T: The New York Times Magazine,
Vogue, Elle Decor, Martha Stewart Living,
The World of Interiors, House & Garden, British
House & Garden, and Veranda, among other
publications. She lives and works in Weston, Connecticut.
Follow her on Instagram @francespalmer.
"This is a glorious and uplifting book. Frances has an overspilling talent for making the world a more generous place through ceramics, gardens, and food. I loved it." --Edmund de Waal "Frances Palmer is as generous as she is talented, an incredible role model for me and so many other creative people. I've been waiting for this book ever since I discovered Frances's work, and it has exceeded all my expectations. The depth of the subject matter, the heartfelt essays, the beautiful photography, and the wisdom that Frances shares are sure to inspire and change lives." --Erin Benzakein, New York Times bestselling author of Floret Farm's A Year in Flowers "I need two copies of this beautiful book: one to sit proudly on my bookshelves, and one to follow me to my kitchen and garden, where it will soon get covered in fingerprints, dirt, and spots of water. It will be much used and loved." --Bunny Williams