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5 Favorites: Ceramic Berry Baskets

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5 Favorites: Ceramic Berry Baskets

Erin Boyle June 06, 2013

It’s finally fruit season in New York. Whether you’re going to a U-Pick farm to gather berries or taking advantage of the bounty at your local farmers’ market, the chances that you’ll be carting your finds home in the ubiquitous pale green pulp paper basket are pretty good. Here are five ceramic options that mimic the paper version, but can be used again and again.

Above: These Berry Baskets are the closest copycats to the green paper version; available from $12.95 at Williams-Sonoma.

Above: I love the clean look of this white Porcelain Plum Basket, which is $25 from Leif.

Above: These Farmers Market Baskets are available in six bright colors; at Anthropologie for $14.

Above: A Porcelain Strawberry Basket is a more refined version of the green plastic basket you might find at the grocery store. It is $29.99 from Nova68.

Above: A Gray Stoneware Raspberry Basket is available for $6.95 from Sur La Table.

Headed out to pick fruit on your own? See How to Pick Fruit the Easy Way.

Need inspiration for what to make with your fruit once it’s home? May we tempt you with Driveway Fruit Tarts or Rhubarb Handpies?

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