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Nature Imprint's small batch porcelain tableware

CELEBRATING THE BEAUTY OF NATURE IN HANDMADE POTTERY

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Original collection

At Nature Imprint, we specialize in creating beautiful and unique botanical pottery. In our original collection, we use real leaves and flowers to create stunning prints on porcelain pieces, perfect for decorating your home or giving as a gift. Our botanical pottery includes unique tableware, such as mugs, plates, and service dishes, as well as decorative vases and wall pieces. All of our pieces are lovingly crafted with care and attention to detail, so you can be sure you’re getting a one-of-a-kind piece that you’ll treasure for years to come. Browse our selection of botanical pottery today and find the perfect piece for your home.

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Birch collection

This collection offers a unique selection of items originally molded from birch branches. Our signature products include a vase, a tumbler, an oil dispenser. Each item is crafted with precision and care, ensuring that the natural beauty of the birch branches are highlighted in each piece. Our birch branch collection offers a unique and rustic feel that is perfect for any home. 

New collection

Our new collection is carefully crafted with stencils inspired by nature, art deco, and other timeless designs. The pottery is produced in small batches using traditional methods and techniques, giving them a unique charm. 

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A PEEK BEHIND

THE SCENES

FINDING MEANING
IN SLOWING DOWN

Nature Imprint is a handmade pottery studio based in Montreal. We creating nature inspired pottery in the most mindful manner possible. Every piece is crafted with passion, patience and dedication and we minimize our environmental impact to the best of our ability.

Find out more about our values and practices here:

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