Porcelain Bowls Plates

Celadon Sculpted 20pc Dinnerware Set : Set of four five-piece place settings Light and clean porcelain derived from classic celadonware; features an abstract dot patterning adding a subtle element of craft for a refined and sophisticated look . Made of high quality Japanese porcelain . Care instructions: Dishwasher and microwave safe . Made in Japan . Contents of set: Four 11in diameter dinner plates . Four 8.5in diameter salad plates . Four 7in diameter soup bowls . Four teacups . Four saucers .
  • 106 months ago The Curiosity Shoppe »

    This porcelain dishware is the ingenious creation of Lorena Barrezueta, an amazingly talented artist and potter who we were lucky enough to know back in our Brooklyn days. We bought a few of her pieces after visiting her studio in Williamsburg, and not a day goes by that we don't use one of them. It's rare to see the words "witty" and "ironic" when referring to porcelain dishware, but her thoughtful, handmade pieces are anything but ordinary. Cast from aluminum takeout containers, her "Gourmet Collection" comes in a variety of gorgeous colored overglazes and all sorts of shapes and sizes to perfectly match any meal or dish.

  • 110 months ago jattalavi.fi »

    Besides the production I develop continuosly new products and research new glazes, materials and production methods. The unique pieces are usually made for exhibitions. Important in these pieces is a certain impression and feeling; a state of mind. Later these pieces can become a part of the small scale production.

  • Fresh new spring colors with floral details. Perfect for canapés or summer parties.

  • 123 months ago Dedeceplus »

    TABLE STORIES is the enchanting range of plates, cups. bowls, glasses, lanterns and textile products by Tord Boontje for Authentics.All pieces embody a mixture of playful poetry and digital appearance, typical of his style and with which Boontje initiates an important trend in contemporary design. He uses his pieces to tell stories of a fairytale world filled with unicorns, stags, deer and elves. These characters are as much a part of his unmistakable trade-mark as are the floral patterns of intricate, winding vines and blossoms. With the help of computer-aided methods he creates these fairytales on products that we use in everyday life. Available in either blue, red or silver grey paint finishes