This East Fork Dishware Collab Sold Out in 4 Minutes—But Now It’s Back

The date and more details to score the relaunch.
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Last December, when restaurant group Momofuku and East Fork pottery launched a collection of fruit-hued bowls, they went fast. As in, four-minutes fast. Which, honestly, makes sense for such a coveted brand. So if you were one of the many (ourselves included) who didn’t get a piece of the original line, never fear: The duo is bringing back the collab starting Sunday, June 27. 

This go-round the glazes are the same (Orchard, a deep sage, and Peachy Keen, a creamy pale orange), but the Asheville, North Carolina–made pottery collection has expanded to include serving dishes, plates, cups, and a mug. And the original bowls will be available again, too. Everything is blissfully dishwasher-safe, and pieces start at just $18. 

But just because there’s more in stock for this relaunch doesn’t mean you won’t have to do some quick clicking to get your pick. The line goes live at noon ET, and unlike the first drop, this time around once it’s gone, it’s really gone. Here’s what we’ll be shopping for on Sunday.

Vanity Plate

The brand’s dinner plate is the perfect size and weight for any kind of meal, from takeout to cookies. Yes, we said cookies. It’s been a long year.

Hot Cup

The mug with a cult following will get even more grail-like in Momofuku’s two limited-edition glazes. 

Bowled Over

Serve up a leafy salad or a heaping pile of pasta in this shallow dish that makes every meal feel just a little more special.


Technically this bowl is made for ice cream, but it’s also the ideal single-serving size for popcorn and other movie-night snacks. 

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Julie Vadnal

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Julie Vadnal is the deputy editor of Domino. She edits and writes stories about shopping for new and vintage furniture, covers new products (and the tastemakers who love them), and tours the homes of cool creatives. She lives in Brooklyn.