MARBLED CERAMIC DINNERWARE
... swirl like no one's watching
Ceramics handmade in Paris using clays colored with various oxides swirled and shaped in plaster cast. Each piece features unique variations. The process, called "stamping", is a slow and fastidious technique, allowing no more than 16 pieces to be formed each day. Expect fateful variations. Hand-wash only.
Soup Plate: 7.7”d x 1.2”h
Nut Bowl: 4.3"d x 2.4"h
Pickle Dish: 7”l x 5”w
Part of the “For Goodness Sake” collection. Pair with the coordinating serving pieces and set the table with an Osode Tablecloth-To-The-Floor, Ivory Checkered Dinner Napkins, and Burned Boxwood Flatware. Mix it with a Crane Crescent Salad Plate or a Set of 6 Antique Imari Dessert Plates and you really know what you’re doing.