Michael Aram Dinnerware

Michael, The Artist

Michael Aram is an award-winning artist with a lifetime dedicated to craft-based design.


Trained as a painter, sculptor, and art historian, Michael now applies his background to the decorative arts. Lyrical and often witty, his work encompasses a wide range of media and reveals a rich and variant source of inspiration – nature, mythology, narrative storytelling, and purified form.


Michael’s work is also a celebration of craft and age-old hand working traditions. This includes the materials and production of his extensive range of fine porcelain dinnerware.


Michael Aram porcelain dinnerware is made of the highest quality. The creation process seamlessly merges the handmade traditions Michael Aram is most known for, with cutting edge technology that results in a high quality, elegant porcelain product.


Each piece is shaped and molded along rigorous accuracy standards. The porcelain is fired at 1400ºC, resulting in a white, shiny, resistant surface.



Michael Aram dinnerware is hand decorated.

Each piece may contain variations in finishes, textures or colors. These are marks of the handmade process. Every surface is unique due to these handmade processes and the firing process in the kiln.



Michael Aram porcelain dinnerware is dishwasher safe.

While there are different aspect that affect dishwasher safety, the pieces are made to be used every day and offer convenient cleaning in your dishwasher.  



"My dinnerware collections are a marriage of materials and design."

~ Michael Aram


Michael is highly inspired by his surroundings and often makes sculptures of objects that might otherwise be overlooked in the everyday.


Nature is his biggest muse. His work highlights the perfectly imperfect beauty of nature to create objects that reflect humanity.


Many of his patterns are ingrained with a rich storyline, inherent symbolism, and deep-rooted meaning. Sometimes his work is simply an exploration and celebration of the natural world, a world which is often reflected in the patterns found in Michael Aram dinnerware.