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The modern artisanal sensibility of this Juliska dinner
The modern artisanal sensibility of this Juliska dinner plate acts as a canvas for your epicurean endeavors. Layer with Juliska's Firenze or Le Panier pieces to create an interesting and elegant table.
The French Perle pattern of this stunning dinnerware
The French Perle pattern of this stunning dinnerware and accessories set reflects the same intricate detailing found in the finest hand-embroidered fabrics. Graced with a carved, beaded motif of scrolls and jewel-like elements, this collection is perfect for your home. ...
The popular Opal Innocence pattern goes casual! A
The popular Opal Innocence pattern goes casual! A beautiful raised vine motif is crafted in pristine Lenox® white-bodied porcelain, making this design a lovely addition to everyday dining.
Originally designed in the 1920s, this timeless dinnerware
Originally designed in the 1920s, this timeless dinnerware is rendered in bold blues and bright gold for a striking combination. The vintage-inspired bone china is embellished with gold latticework, diamond shapes and flourish detail that you'll love for dinner parties ...
Reminiscent of the stately columns of Palladian villas
Reminiscent of the stately columns of Palladian villas along the Brenta River, the Incanto Stone Aqua Stripe Dinner Plate elevates everyday dinners to an occasion of casual elegance. Mix and match with other Incanto designs to create your own unique ...
Shatterproof and ultra-chic, the Melamine Lastra White Dinner
Shatterproof and ultra-chic, the Melamine Lastra White Dinner Plate replicates the beauty of Lastra in the perfect picnic accessory. Lightweight yet sturdy with a glossy finish, this collection is ideal for outdoor use or meals with children.
An overlapping wooden mold, used for centuries to
An overlapping wooden mold, used for centuries to form Parmesan and other cheeses throughout Italy, inspired the shapes of this Lastra Gray rustic, yet chic dinner plate. A dusting of brown at the edges suggests the ash that was used ...