Dinner Plates(94 items)
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So brilliantly colored
Large plates, hand painted, each unique but stylistically a pair. Love this artists work and the Raining Flowers set. Well packaged. the pair arrived safely.
Finding new uses
Each plate is a little different, and the ensemble effect is very satisfying. I keep finding new uses, such as serving trays, bowl holders, condiment trays, and more.
Beautiful large dinner plates
The glaze is a really lovely deep blue with tiny little dimples across the surface that give it a shimmery quality. Love them!
Putu Oka Mahendra Ceramic tableware and decor
Oka Mahendra opened a showroom in memory of his mother... She was a woman full of energy and highly self-confident.
Popular Dinner Plates
Handcrafted Celadon Ceramic Plates from Thailand (pair), "Enchanted Orchids"
Expert in the antique art of celadon ceramic, Duangkamol designs these exquisite small plates. Adorned with slightly raised orchids, the plates are crafted by hand and feature a slightly crackled glazed finish.
2 Blue and White Talavera Style Ceramic Luncheon Plates, "Puebla Kaleidoscope"$59.99
Blossoming on creamy white ceramic, blue flowers flourish amid lacy ferns. Pedro Tecayehuatl works in the classic style of Mexican Talavera to craft these beautiful luncheon plates. The elegant pair is decorated in deep, dramatic cobalt, and the glazes are painted by hand. True Talavera comes only from the area of Puebla de los Angeles, where it has been created since the 16th century.
Hand Made Teak Wood Dinner Plates from Bali (Pair, 9 Inch), "Fit for a Feast"$42.95
Dig into your next dinner with this set of refined dinner plates designed by Bali's Rian Kusuma. Hand crafted from rich teak wood with an attractive natural grain, the small dinner plates are cured before being treated with a clear coconut oil coating.
Artisan Crafted Ceramic 12-inch Dinner Plates (Pair), "Zacatlan Flowers"$79.99
Flowers blossom with an exuberant feast of colors on plates designed in the Talavera style of the state of Puebla. The motifs are painted by hand over the ivory-color ceramic plates with a palette that includes yellow-orange, blue, and green flowers over a crisscross network of dots and crosses. Bordered by a black honeycomb, this pair of plates comes from the 'Zacatlán Flowers' collection designed by Pedro Tecayehuatl.
Talavera is a distinctive art form brought to Mexico by artisans from Talavera de la Reina, Spain. The ceramic artisans of Puebla, Mexico then incorporated Chinese designs, thus creating the blue and oyster-white patterns traditionally associated with Talavera Poblana. Today there are also more "contemporary" designs that include yellow, green, orange, mauve, black and red.
National and international conventions require that a rigorous procedure be followed in the elaboration of authentic Talavera-style ceramics. Each individual piece will be slightly different, and therefore a unique work of art.