Mouth-blown glass accented with an extraordinary pewter beaded rim creates a look that is unique and versatile. This platter blends beautifully with any tablesetting. Italian pewter and glass, Hand made in Italy by Arte Italica.
Mouth-blown glass accented with an extraordinary pewter beaded rim creates a look that is unique and versatile. This charger blends beautifully with any tablesetting. Italian pewter and glass, Hand made in Italy.
Engrave & Personalize this item for an additional fee.
Hand wash only.
Dimensions: 13" D
Harmony Bowl by Lynn Chase
The shape of the Harmony bowl is a replica of the bowl from the Chinese Han Dynasty and is an amazing 15 inches in diameter; very difficult to duplicate today. Hence each bowl is hand made in Portugal. The red, yellow and blue "dental" marks are reminiscent of a design element used in early 18th century European porcelain. As an avid wildlife conservationist, Lynn's art depicts species from the 7 continents. An Axis deer from India, a Panda from China, a Cockatoo parrot from Australia, a Bobcat from the Americas and so on- not to mention flowers and bugs! The interior of the bowl represents wildlife from the oceans. It is a salute to the seas. From a dolphin, angel fish, sea turtle to coral reefs. This amazing bowl has 24 K burnished gold.
Round Incised Bowl By Match Pewter
Match pewter is handmade by artisans in Northern Italy. Its classic forms harmonize with both traditional and modern settings, recalling celebrations at well laid tables. Add these bowls to your home collection and create an elegant image.
Dimensions: Small 6.3"Diam.,Medium 10.4" Diam., Large 13.4Diam.
Oiseaux de Paradis Dinnerware by Gien
It is the association of a pattern and a classical form directly connected with the Faïence’s history. Oiseaux de Paradis is a delicate composition, it’s a poem, and it’s a hymn to birds and flowers. The coquille shape is taken from ancient French Rouen faience. Gien Oiseaux de Paradis is a charming Gien classic.
Faience "Made in France" manufactured at Gien
Unique know-how and bicentenary
Strict quality control
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Pont Aux Choux Dinnerware by Gien
Pont-aux-Choux White, the white version of the famous "grains of rice" relief. The pattern was first made by an old faience factory named "Pont aux Choux", located in Paris, near a bridge where farmers grew their cabbages.