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mud australia

speaking of mud- looks like they've updated their site with some beautiful new photos and an easier-to-use interface. you can click here to find a mud stockist near you...

[i'm off to interview jay jeffers (and ask your questions)- stay tuned for the podcast later this week!]



Blogger Lena said...


11:36 AM  
Blogger the developher said...

Unfortuantely, I registered for a set of Mud dishes and found that the paint started to chip after 2 meals! We rarely use our Mud wear, yet nearly every plate is chipped. We were told by the retailer that the dishes were very sturdy and dishwasher safe. We've had them for 4 years and wash them by hand only and yet they look like we've tossed them around the room. I am very disappointed with Mud. We tried to have our dishes replaced through the retailer to no avail and when I contacted Mud directly they told me that since they were 4 years old all they could do was offer me 10% off retail price on replacement. Booo!

2:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

finding words to express..
such fine pics

10:59 PM  
Blogger designdesign said...

design sponge is becoming an addiction of sorts. great blog!
am a designer based in Bombay. just started my own little design blog.



12:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i am so surprised to hear that! i have a set of mud dishes and thought that they were going to be so delicate and hard to care for but I use my dishes everyday and wash them in the dishwasher all the time. i wonder if there was something wrong with the batch you bought.

4:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi there, Just reading the first post about the chipped Mud ware. My thoughts are you may have the "Eggshell" range they brought out a few years ago. They have since changed their glazes and the Mudware is manufactured differently now. I have bought quite a bit of their new range which is a matte finish on the outside and a shiny glaze on the inside. I have found this to be quite hardy and a hell of a lot more chip resistant than the Eggshell range. (I chipped a serving platter from the Eggshell range the first time I washed it). We use our newer plates for everyday serving and have had no chips at all. We have serving platters, bowls and plates. Hope this helps!

7:00 AM  

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