Desert rocks, glowing bonfire, dusty sunsets. A soft, rusty, lambent orange.

Utah debuted in Spring 2018 but left our glaze lineup over a year later, when the finicky materials in its glaze suspension yielded more and more inconsistency when kiln-fired. Our glaze engineers worked on a formulation that solved the issues, and in February 2022, a true Utah, one that perfectly matches our original iteration, returned for a few months as a seasonal glaze. Utah is a warm glow, something sunbaked that casts our other glazes in a new and unexpected light.

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"I love Utah! Utah is soft, warm and somehow modern. Not quite neutral but goes well with so many colors. The name conjures the American Southwest for me, a place I haven't been but would love to visit. I think of Georgia O'Keefe out there, finding her peace, painting and living a simple life. Sunrises and sunsets. Clay. Old and new. I started collecting Utah to complement my Soapstone when Thistle had been discontinued. I wasn't expecting to, but I liked Utah better. Neither masculine nor feminine, it adds a certain brightness. I love it with Panna Cotta, Morel, and of course, Soapstone." – Sarah Walters, Lead Sales Associate, Asheville

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