The Ghanaian-American chef Eric Adjepong was born and raised in New York City.
Known for incorporating West African flavors into his dishes.

@CHEFERICADJEPONG

''When I think of Ghana, I think of water, wood, gold, and sunburnt yellows.
You’ll see all those colors
and rich, natural materials
throughout my collection.''

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Serving Utensils by Eric Adjepong, Set of 2

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Recycled Clay Mini Bowls, Set of 4 by Eric Adjepong.

Recycled Clay Mini Bowls, Set of 4 by Eric Adjepong

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Yellow Recycled Clay Serving Bowl by Eric Adjepong.

Yellow Recycled Clay Serving Bowl by Eric Adjepong

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Natural Recycled Clay Salad Plate by Eric Adjepong

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Natural Recycled Clay Mug by Eric Adjepong.

Natural Recycled Clay Mug by Eric Adjepong

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Natural Recycled Clay Dinner Plate by Eric Adjepong

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Large Cream Ceramic Mixing Bowl by Eric Adjepong

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Glass Punch Bowl and Marble Stand by Eric Adjepong

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Dark Grey Clay Communal Bowl by Eric Adjepong

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Kuruwa Teal Hammered Glass Tumbler by Eric Adjepong

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Teal and Amber Hammered Glass Double Old-Fashioned Glass by Eric Adjepong

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Gold Metallic Trivet by Eric Adjepong

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Medium Dark Acacia Wood Stackable Cutting Board by Eric Adjepong

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Brass Punch Bowl Ladle by Eric Adjepong

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Black and White Terracotta Appetizer Plates by Eric Adjepong, Set of 4

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Asanka Large Wood Mortar and Pestle by Eric Adjepong.

Asanka Large Wood Mortar and Pestle by Eric Adjepong

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