What is The Good Plate?

Ilona Topolcsanyi, co-founder of Melbourne-based
ceramic studio, Cone 11, wants every meal, however
casual or ceremonious, to be worthy of the good plates.

Combining her passion for craftsmanship, hospitality and philanthropy, Ilona has created The Good Plate, in partnership with Bendigo Pottery.

While these beautiful ceramics will grace the tables of Australian restaurants, they will also represent a great  
cause. A percentage of all profits from The Good Plate
will go toward Scarf Community. 

Greater Goods — objects that represent good design,
elevate good eating and honour a good cause. 


Good Clay
Good People
Good Cause

Good Plates


Good Cause

Scarf Community creates an inclusive and supportive environment for young refugees facing barriers to work, 
to gain hospitality knowledge, skills and experience.


It’s a cause we’re passionate about, and one we’re putting our clay and our support behind with The Good Plate.


Scarf Community 🡢


Good People


Cone 11, understands the potential of clay and kiln to produce beautiful ceramics. Now they bring their unique aesthetic to a new range of tableware, created in collaboration with Bendigo Pottery.

Established in 1858, this is Australia's oldest working pottery. This limited edition tableware is 100% Australian made using clay sourced from Axedale Victoria.


Good Clay. Good People. Good Cause. Good Plates.


Get in touch


For further information around good clay, good people 
& our good cause or if you have any sales inquiries,
please contact info@thegoodplate.com.au

Restaurants are eligible for trade pricing.
Please email us to find out more.