Two flow blue pottery dinner plates decorated in a willow pattern by C & Co, antique English Victorian, 19th century.This is an antique One of a Kind item. Some wear and imperfections are to be expected, as described.
Familiar from any café you've ever bought a croissant sandwich, these traditional white porcelain plates have a classic, universal appeal. Perfect for serving lunch, alongside your matching white porcelain coffee mug.
Imagine arranging food around a mandala of golden coils. This charger plate will draw the eye to your table and add a feeling of tranquility to any meal.
Dinner is served. Set the perfect table with these beautiful hand-painted plates. They’re made by hand in Italy, so you’ll notice slight variations in color and size. Each is decorated with a vine motif and fleur-de-lis in saturated hues of green, blue and orange.
Hand-painted around the rim in a classic Italian design style, these ceramic salad plates evoke images of big traditional family dinners that linger into the evening. The stonewashed blue on white is subtle and classy, but the hand-painting lends a folk charm that would make these plates right at...
Classic ceramic dinner plates never go out of style. This modern take on the plate would be a lovely addition to any home. A set of these would be the perfect housewarming gift for a young couple just building a life together.
Whether you’re serving up simple spaghetti or a more ambitious pasta dish, it’s bound to look extra delicious in this bowl. Pure white porcelain with a delicate pattern along the border adds a tasty touch of sophistication.
Inspired by Truman Capote's legendary joie de vivre with the toast of the town, this bold dinner plate helps set the stage--and the table--for a sophisticated statement.
Paper has never looked so impressive — and your party treats never had it so good! These attractive square plates have just enough design to enhance your dessert presentation, and they’re strong enough to handle the weightiest sweets.
Add a regal touch to your everyday meals with this dinnerware set (16 pieces, a full service for four). In classic white with a fleur-de-lis embellishment, you’ll dine like royalty — even on leftovers!
Wouldn’t your morning cereal taste better in a hand-crafted dish? Sold in sets of four, these footed ceramic bowls are individually glazed and adorned with a band of cascading fronds. They’re safe for use in the oven or microwave, and clean up easily in the dishwasher.
Drawing heavily upon the traditions of Art Nouveau and Victorian Naturalists, this beautifully cast metal tray celebrates the pure organic elegance. Functional as a jewelry holder, catch all table centerpiece, this tray serves serious style to rustic and contemporary rooms.
Clearly, you’ve got style — and this simple glass bowl is a testament to it. It adds a classic touch to your favorite setting, and you’ll fill ‘er up with everything from snacks to sauces.
Nothing beats the elegance of setting a table with chargers under each plate. It adds an extra layer of texture and interest to the setting. You can't go wrong with this handmade ceramic charger that is easy enough to clean in the dishwasher.
Set your formal table with this ceramic charger plate, hand made in Italy. The border motif of lavish lace will impress your guests with its elegance and grace.
When it comes to effortless French style--and an oh-so-chic appeal--no one has it oozing from their veins like Jane Birkin. We've attached the name of one of our icons to simple and beautiful appetizer/dessert plate with a geometric starburst pattern and delicate gold trim.
VECCHIA DERUTA Collection: (Old Deruta) - A richer and more formal version of the renowned Ricco Deruta pattern. Featuring scalloped rim plates with a dominant royal blue trim. Both inspired by the frescoes of the master Renaissance artist Raphael.
If you have a soft spot for dots, you'll appreciate this playful design of Richard Esteban. The interior (and the dots) are glazed in a warm, buttery yellow that complements the warm exterior color.
This dinner plate has the white idea. It’s handmade in Italy of ceramic and adorned with a vintage lace pattern. Place it atop colored linens for bold contrast, or set an all-white table for a look that’s at once modern and classic.
Composed of beautifully shaped and finely sanded solid wood, these objects invite the user to touch and display. The designer wanted to create fluid, unbroken shapes for a range of kitchen utensils, everyday objects, that are so often handled but so easily ignored. Sculptural as if they were...
This dinnerware pattern from artist Dana Oldfather is unexpected and utterly engaging. You could easily get carried away carefully plating every meal to complement the abstract design underneath.
From start to finish, you can depend on this substantial dinnerware to keep your dining table on the best-dressed list. Made in Italy by hand of ceramic and trimmed in pewter, each piece is one of a kind. As with all handcrafted items, slight variations in size and color are to be expected and...
Spectacular silver plated tea set with a teapot, creamer and sugar bowl decorated with bands of celtic knot and English rose; vintage English, 1930s.
Keep it classic at your table with this 13-piece bone china tableware set. Designed by Guido Venturini, the simple flowing shapes make your everyday meals a pleasure.
Talk about a fruit plate! A charming relief of apples, pears and grapes adorn these dishes (16 pieces, a full service for four) to bring unique charm to your table. Now, if you could only get your crew to eat their vegetables!
Inspired by rich Moroccan pattern and warm color, the Marrakech glass charger adds cultural influence to any room.
From pizza and bread, to poultry and meats, this round wooden serving board will make your kitchen prep easier than ever. It is crafted entirely of 19th century reclaimed wood, and is distinguished by two strips of contrasting timer. Ideal for showcasing your fresh bread, easily move large pies,...
It was up to Elsa Maxwell who became a who's who on the party scene of the 1920s through the 1950s--she told Mike Wallace in 1957 that if she hadn't met you, you hadn't arrived, and many would say she was exactly right. The personification of the social butterfly made her name with audacity,...
True style needn’t shout — and the subtlety of this small-bites plate lends minimalist elegance to your table while providing a canvas for your culinary fare. Made from creamy white porcelain, it features a slightly raised edge and a barely there hint of color.
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