mud + stone studio

handmade ceramics and whatnot


mud + stone is the collaborative work of Lynne Mulvihill and Jenn McCurry who strive to create unique, functional, and modern ceramics for everyday.   Lynne has a background in architecture and brings a minimalist and modern sensibility to our work.  Jenn's background is in both photography and silversmithing and she has a keen eye, attention detail and brings technical skills to each piece.  Together we have had the good fortune of being able to work with some of Canada's most talented chefs, artists and stores.

the studio

our studio is open to the public to purchase directly from us and our studio mates @madebyjosephine womens clothing and @thewhiitehouse vintage wares and wood works. (We have Wilder goods, Old Hat maker, and Commonwealth mens attire as our studio neighbours for all the handmade goodness you can handle)

our hours are 10-5 Monday -friday,   Saturday 11-4   we accept visa, cash or etransfer in the studio 

290 mcdermot, 4th floor - there is an elevator

cell: 204-990-1179


instagram: @mudandstonestudio

 our work

Everything we make is slab built or wheel thrown using a variety of stoneware and porcelain clays.  Our wares are fired in an electric (cone 6 or 9) or gas (cone 10) kiln and we use only food safe glazes. Most of our work can be placed in the microwave or dishwasher unless noted.  Each piece will have imperfections that are unique to the individual piece as a result of the handmade process. Our outdoor goods have been tested in our extreme cold winters and are safe to leave outdoors year round in any climate. 

stockists Cornelia bean, the store next door, the forks trading company, frescolio, hard pressed, Kent of Inglewood, deep cove, tiny feast, plant, modern supply co.

restaurants deer and almond, chew, thombargen, forth, bronuts, king and bann, buttercream by alareen, Sydneys at the forks

collaborators Cloverdale, rogue wood supply, 517andelk, anise leather


chatelaine - holiday gift guide

city line - one of a kind gifts

globe and mail -"the new age of ceramics" 


muddy waters magazine

covet magazine - autumn 2014

culinaire serving dishes used on the covers april 2015 and nov 2015