From sturdy, handmade clay bowls to plates made from sustainable bamboo to vintage-style tableware sold at a garden shop in a London suburb, there are more ways than ever to pay homage to the earth.

By Food & Wine
Updated March 31, 2015
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Normann Copenhagen Blueclay

Danish design duo Claydies throw and glaze bowls made from London clay by hand. The durable bowls are ovenproof, too. From $65; velocityartanddesign.com.

England's Petersham Nurseries

In addition to seeds and shovels, this Surrey garden shop sells pretty tableware like vintage-style plates by Nathalie Lété of Paris art collective Astier de Villatte. petershamnurseries.com.

Tokyo's Wasara Tableware

These good-looking disposable plates—made from bamboo and sugarcane fiber—would make excellent compost. From $9 for 12 small plates; branchhome.com.

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