Humble Ceramics is WHOLESALE ONLY and does not sell online. Please contact one of our amazing retailers (scroll down and look on the RIGHT side of this blog for a full list) if you are interested in purchasing our work. Thank you!
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We are getting backed-up with orders - we need minimum 3 to 4 months lead time to fullfill your order (depending on the size).
Our process takes time!

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Currently, we do not sell online.

At this time, Humble Ceramics is available to retailers, designers, hospitality and media only.

For new wholesale inquiries, please contact us at
or go to

All new store inquiries will be put on a waiting list

Production time is anywhere between 8 to 12 weeks
(possibly more) depending on the size of the order
or if we have to make your items from scratch,
unless you pick from shapes we keep in stock
at the time of the inquiry (bisque only) ...
and all we need to do is glaze to your color preference.
This timing does not include shipping.

Thank you for your patience and understanding ...
and watch Humble Ceramics grow - one piece at a time.

Thank you for being part of this artist' s growing "L.A. story".

To see Delphine's petites sculptures, please go to


Mar 21, 2015

HC spotted on Pretty Arty Things

Humble Ceramics just stumbled upon this post by Kira Corbin, prop stylist extraordinaire, which documents her short yet lovely visit at Studio 58.

Thank you Kira, it was a pleasure meeting you too! Below is the post ...

"I don't know how Humble Ceramics got on my radar originally, but they're hard to find and I hadn't seen any pieces in person until one day I came across some at The Primary Essentials. That was a happy moment. If you head to the Humble website you'll see that they are overloaded with work for the next year or two, they don't sell online and no personal orders. They do accept studio visits though and when I knew I would be heading out west for a couple weeks it was one of the first things I put on my to do list.

Delphine, the brains and hands behind Humble, was a total sweetie and I loved checking out her studio space. It was a lot larger than I expected- comparing to the normal tiny NYC artist studio- and they have quite the production going. These are just a few (kinda bad) iPhone shots but I really wanted to share a little behind the scenes sneak peek of her operation. I felt so lucky to go visit, it energized the rest of my day. So inspiring. To top it all off, I got to purchase a few seconds, or as she calls them 'wabi sabi' pieces. And of course, it was a gorgeous, sunny typical LA day in February. Doesn't get better than that."

By Kira Korbin