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  • notNeutral Eccentric Blue Area Rug
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    notNeutral Eccentric Blue Area Rug
    This product has additional required/recommended options. To configure, add to your cart. Rug Pad » (Recommended) Features: Recycled cotton backing. Eco-friendly, AZO-free dyes. All rugs are GoodWeave-certified and made without the use of glues, adhesives, pesticides, fire retardants, or chemical sprays of any kind. Material: 100% Wool. Technique: Tufted. Origin: India. Eccentric collection. Construction: Hand made. Product Details: Construction: Handmade. Technique: Tufted. Material: Wool. Product Care: Vacuum your rug using a low-powered vacuum cleaner, preferably one without a beater brush. If threads are pulled during vacuuming, or any other time, do not pull threads from the rug, use scissors to simply cut the ends. If you must clean your rug due to stains or spills, please use a professional rug cleaner. Do not dry clean. Avoid using harsh chemicals as they could damage or fade your rug and harm its backing. When storing your rug, do not fold or put in an airtight plastic bag. It is advisable to roll the rug with the backing showing, and wrap it in cloth for protection. Rug pad recommended. Dimensions: 5' x 8' Rug Size. Pile Height (5' x 8' Rug Size): 0.75" Overall (5' x 8' Rug Size): 60" W x 96" L. Overall Product Weight (5' x 8' Rug Size): 32lbs. 8' x 10' Rug Size. Pile Height (8' x 10' Rug Size): 0.75" Overall (Round 8' Rug Size,8' x 10' Rug Size): 96" W x 120" L. Overall Product Weight (8' x 10' Rug Size): 66lbs. Round 6' Rug Size. Pile Height (Round 6' Rug Size): 0.75" Overall (Round 6' Rug Size): 72" W x 72" L. Overall Product Weight (Round 6' Rug Size): 27lbs. Round 8' Rug Size. Pile Height (Round 8' Rug Size): 0.75" Overall (Round 8' Rug Size,8' x 10' Rug Size): 96" W x 96" L. Overall Product Weight (Round 8' Rug Size): 46lbs.
  • notNeutral In-The-Mix Cup and Saucer Set
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    notNeutral In-The-Mix Cup and Saucer Set
    In-The-Mix: The ultimate mix-and-match pattern! Four pieces, one of each pattern: Links, Letters, Flora and Ribbon. Modern, bold and fun, you can use these pieces with your existing white dinnerware...or buy this set in multiples for your next buffet dinner party. Features: Cup and saucer. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Designed in Los Angeles. Volume: 6 oz. In-The-Mix collection. Product Details: Material: Porcelain. Microwave Safe: Yes. Dishwasher Safe: Yes. Capacity: 6 Ounces. Dimensions: Overall Product Weight: 4.45lbs.
  • notNeutral Links Platter
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    notNeutral Links Platter
    Features: Links collection. Made of porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Product Details: Material: Porcelain. Number of Compartments: 1. Oven Safe: Yes. Dishwasher Safe: Yes. Refrigerator Safe: Yes. Food Safe: Yes. Dimensions: Overall: 1.25" H x 12" W x 12" D. Overall Product Weight: 2.2lbs.
  • notNeutral Ribbon Cups With Saucer
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    notNeutral Ribbon Cups With Saucer
    Make a stunning statement with the beautiful lines of the Black Ribbon pattern on a modern cup and saucer set. Mix and match with other pieces to create a fun dessert or breakfast serving set. Features: Made of porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Includes four cups with saucers. Product Details: Material: Porcelain. Pieces Included: Four cups with four saucers. Formal: Yes. Microwave Safe: Yes. Dishwasher Safe: Yes. Stackable: Yes. Dimensions: Overall Product Weight: 0.95lbs.
  • notNeutral Rose Serving Plate
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    notNeutral Rose Serving Plate
    In celebration of Pasadena's favorite flower.. After conquering Larchmont Village and Palm Springs, notNeutral has proudly opened a pop-up store at One Colorado, right in the heart of Old Town Pasadena. To honor our new community we designed the limited edition Rose serving plate, inspired by the city’s storied relationship with roses. 12" diameter. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Porcelain. Made in Poland. Limited edition of 70. Available exclusively at notNeutral
  • notNeutral Eccentric Round Pillow
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    notNeutral Eccentric Round Pillow
    The pattern on these pillows is not concentric, but eccentric! The initial inspiration for this pattern was drawn from traditional symbolism of circular forms representing the cycle of life and eternity. We were also attracted to repetitive, radiating patterns found in woven baskets as well as in nature. Ultimately, as is our inclination, we were most intrigued by the irregularities in the pattern, the coincidences and overlaps that occur when there is a shift in the norm. These boldly patterned round pillows will add a touch of comfort and playfulness to your bed or sofa. The hand silk-screened pillow is 18”D x 3.5”H and available in 2 colors: Red, Pink, Orange and Green, Light Sable. Zipper closure. Polyfill insert. 100% cotton. Dry clean. Handmade in the USA.
  • notNeutral City Plates-Collection 8
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    notNeutral City Plates-Collection 8
    Collection 8 of four City Plates, the theme of which is Points of Departure: Seattle, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, and Cape Town. For each of these cities featured on the plate, we highlight departure points for legendary journeys: prospectors seeking their fortunes, explorers setting out for new lands, and importers and exporters shipping vast quantities of goods. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in vivid blue and green. The plates’ designs portray a bold, graphic representation of four distinctly fascinating cities. Seattle, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Cape Town. 12" diameter Porcelain. Individually boxed with Key.
  • Cooper Hewitt / notNeutral Wasserfall Coaster Set of 4
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    Cooper Hewitt / notNeutral Wasserfall Coaster Set of 4
    notNeutral has partnered with the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City to debut its first line of tabletop pieces featuring designs from the museum’s collection. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is the only museum in the country devoted exclusively to historic and contemporary design. The museum educates, inspires, and empowers people through design, presenting compelling educational programs, exhibitions, and publications. Known for its comprehensive and diverse collections, Cooper Hewitt’s international holdings span thirty centuries through the present day and total more than 200,000 design objects. This collaboration with notNeutral draws upon the museum’s rich history and takes pieces from the collection and gives them new life. This inaugural series features a selection of textile patterns designed by artists Josef Hoffmann and Kolomon Moser during the early 1900’s Wiener Werkstätte era. These black-and-white patterns were chosen for their bold, graphic quality with the intention that they could be mixed and matched with each other. The designs are adapted to decorate our iconic LINO mugs, a set of four small plates, coasters, and wood serving trays. These entertaining pieces can be used with anyone’s existing white dinnerware as an ensemble, or one piece at a time to create an eye-catching table setting. 4" square, laminated wood. Food safe. Avoid wet, oily & hot food. Care: wipe clean with a damp cloth.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Dubai
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    notNeutral City Plate - Dubai
    Part of our second collection of City Plates. The theme of the first collection is Culture and Capital(ism). The theme of this second collection is Culture and Capital(ism) and the cities chosen are New Orleans and Washington, D.C., both rich in history and culture, and the booming megalopolises of Las Vegas and Dubai. With this theme we asked: how does a capital investment in manufacturing culture impact city form? Dubai – pop. 1.5 million. A city where man-made islands are fashioned in the shape of palm trees and plans for the world’s first rotating skyscraper are underway – Dubai is Las Vegas on steroids. The city’s erratic, spiraling layout is the combined result of a rich history that dates to at least 3000 B.C. and the contemporary drive to create and contain the perfect artificial environment. The Dubai plate is distinguished by the vast blue expanse of the Persian Gulf that is kept at bay by the city’s strange, mesmerizing form, a form that owes its unique patterns to the current, unceasing explosion of commerce and trade. Along the shore is Jebel Ali, the largest man-made harbour in the world. With 67 berths it is the biggest port in the Middle East. The areas in persimmon depict highlights of the robust architectural development in the city, including the Burj Dubai, which became the world’s largest skyscraper on July 21, 2007. The sprawling Dubai International airport is seen in white along the edge of the plate, its mammoth scale eclipsing the tiny Reagan National airport seen on the Washington, D.C. plate. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Berlin
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    notNeutral City Plate - Berlin
    Part of our first collection of City Plates. The theme of the first collection is City as Gateway. The theme of the first collection is City as Gateway and the cities chosen are Los Angeles, Shanghai, Cairo and Berlin. With this theme we asked: how is each city dealing with the effects of agglomeration as its population begins to reach critical mass? Berlin. Berlin is the geographical center of Europe. The dramatic white band on the plate marks where the Berlin Wall once stood. Though the reunification of East and West Berlin has not been easy, the fall of the Wall has led to the sharing of ideas and art, and has shaped Europe’s post-Cold War future. Berlin is consistently heralded as a modern marvel, and is regarded as one of the world’s great showcases of architectural freedom and expression. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. 12" diameter. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe. Boxed with printed key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Las Vegas
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    notNeutral City Plate - Las Vegas
    Part of our second collection of City Plates. The theme of the first collection is Culture and Capital(ism). The theme of this second collection is Culture and Capital(ism) and the cities chosen are New Orleans and Washington, D.C., both rich in history and culture, and the booming megalopolises of Las Vegas and Dubai. With this theme we asked: how does a capital investment in manufacturing culture impact city form? Las Vegas – pop. 1.8 million. The capital of sin. Compared to New Orleans – and most other American cities – the amount of capital flowing into Las Vegas is staggering. According to the latest estimates, Las Vegas gaming revenues in 2006 totaled about $6.5 billion. Big dollars mean big development; the Vegas building boom is shown on the plate in red. The mammoth scale of Las Vegas’ casinos is stunning when compared to the White House or the Capitol building seen on the Washington, D.C. plate. The glitzy Vegas strip is shown in white and water is rendered in blue. Other plates in the collection feature large expanses of natural blue water, but the only notable water in Las Vegas resides in the pools and fountains dotted along the Strip. The amount of green space found in the Vegas plate design is also miniscule. Lacking in large, public, outdoor spaces, the green area does not represent public parks; it instead denotes private golf courses. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Seattle
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    notNeutral City Plate - Seattle
    Part of our eighth series of City Plates, this collection explores departure points for legendary journeys: prospectors seeking their fortunes, explorers setting out for new lands, and importers and exporters shipping vast quantities of goods. Seattle—The most dramatic growth spurt in Seattle’s history occurred during the Klondike Gold Rush of 1897. Advertising itself as the “Gateway to the Gold Fields,” the Port of Seattle quickly became the primary supply and transport point for prospectors heading to the Yukon. Throughout the 20th century, Seattle grew in both population and prominence, hosting a world’s fair in 1962, and eventually serving as the incubator for now globally recognized companies like Boeing, Starbucks, and Amazon. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key
  • notNeutral Black Flora Cup and Saucer Set of 4
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    notNeutral Black Flora Cup and Saucer Set of 4
    This cup and saucer set in our Black Flora Pattern is also part of our re-mixed In-The-Mix Collection. This is a cheeky version of our Flora pattern. White flowers on an intense Black background make it delightfully spirited. From tiny to oversized, this pattern keeps things interesting at the table as it changes scale from piece to piece throughout the collection. White flowers, leaves and thorns dance across a band of Black on these 6oz. cups. Their 6” diameter saucers feature the inverse of the pattern forming a garland around the base. Mix any of the Black Flora pieces with the Black Ribbon dishes to give the Flora a little more edge. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Boston
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    notNeutral City Plate - Boston
    Part of the sixth collection of City Plates. This Collection honors the American Dream. The sixth series of cities is presented on a white background with the addition of topographic details delineated in taupe. Each of the cities in the series - Boston, San Francisco, Hollywood, Palm Springs - has inspired the spirit of the American Dream. Whether it was freedom from religious persecution, the promise of fortune and fame, or the desire for a golden age of leisure, that instigated the proliferation of these four cities in particular, they are all landmarks -historically and architecturally- that represent the persistence of a national ethos that is full of ambition and optimism. Boston – One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston was founded by Puritan colonists escaping religious persecution. It is a city established upon the spirit of independence, the same spirit which led many of the city’s citizens to play a prominent role in the American Revolution. Many of the sites relating to this period are included along the Freedom Trail, delineated on the plate by a persimmon dashed line. The city is also the site of pivotal firsts, including the country’s first public school and subway system. These porcelain plates measure 12” across. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while bodies of water and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Hollywood
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    notNeutral City Plate - Hollywood
    Part of the sixth collection of City Plates. This Collection honors the American Dream. The sixth series of cities is presented on a white background with the addition of topographic details delineated in taupe. Each of the cities in the series - Boston, San Francisco, Hollywood, Palm Springs - has inspired the spirit of the American Dream. Whether it was freedom from religious persecution, the promise of fortune and fame, or the desire for a golden age of leisure, that instigated the proliferation of these four cities in particular, they are all landmarks -historically and architecturally- that represent the persistence of a national ethos that is full of ambition and optimism. Hollywood - From its inception, Hollywood has projected the image of itself as a place where anything can happen. As a district within the city of Los Angeles, Hollywood encompasses a reservoir, canyons, a municipal park, a freeway, expansive commercial boulevards, quiet residential communities and massive studio lots. This plate illustrates the idiosyncracies of the region where all things aspirational and gaudy, natural and artificial, converge. The Hollywood Walk of Fame is highlighted with a red dashed line. To the east is a green dashed outline over a portion of the 101 Freeway, indicating the future site of the Hollywood Central Park. These porcelain plates measure 12” across. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while bodies of water and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Mexico City
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    notNeutral City Plate - Mexico City
    Part of our fourth collection of City Plates. The theme for this fourth collection is Empire Building. The theme for this fourth collection is Empire Building and takes a look at the global impact of Empires on settlement patterns, national borders, cultural identity, and modern city form. These four ancient cities are compared at their height with their modern cityscapes today. Mexico City - pop. 19.6 million. The first incarnation of Mexico City was as Tenochtitlan during the Aztec Empire. The historic core, the area in white in the center of the plate, is inspired by Aztec city planning and overlaps the Baroque city planning that was brought to the Americas by the Spanish. Spanish colonialists expanded their empire through conquests in the Americas and brought an entirely new form of architecture to Mexico City. This is seen in the very Baroque designs along Paseo de la Reforma (in green) which tells of the city’s transformation along its central extension. The great Chapultepec Park (in green) at the one end houses both the Natural History Museum and the National Anthropology Museum (both in persimmon) stand in congruence with the great urban respite farther down the Paseo de la Reforma, the Alameda Central (in green). On the other side of that, the Zocalo ends this central corridor. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - New Orleans
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    notNeutral City Plate - New Orleans
    Part of our second collection of City Plates. The theme of the first collection is Culture and Capital(ism). The theme of this second collection is Culture and Capital(ism) and the cities chosen are New Orleans and Washington, D.C., both rich in history and culture, and the booming megalopolises of Las Vegas and Dubai. With this theme we asked: how does a capital investment in manufacturing culture impact city form? New Orleans - pop. 485,000 (2006); 1.4 million (pre-Katrina) America’s capital of culture – devastated by floods during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The massive scale of the flooding is frightfully apparent; the white areas on this particular plate represent the parts of the city that were flooded. The Mississippi River curves across the plate in a swath of blue; Audubon Park – on the river’s bank – and City Park, adjacent to Lake Pontchartrain, are rendered in green. While two other cities immortalized in the series – Las Vegas and Dubai – are experiencing record influxes of capital and growth, New Orleans is still struggling. One of America’s richest cultural bastions, New Orleans is still in need of a tremendous capital infusion. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this plate will go toward helping to ensure the enduring legacy of City Park, a 1,300-acre park that experienced damage to its grounds, trees, infrastructure and facilities. Currently our donations contribute to their capital campaign to help grow the park for years to come. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key. Buy the plate.. we send money to City Park in New Orleans.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Tokyo
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    notNeutral City Plate - Tokyo
    Part of our fourth collection of City Plates. The theme for this fourth collection is Empire Building. The theme for this fourth collection is Empire Building and takes a look at the global impact of Empires on settlement patterns, national borders, cultural identity, and modern city form. These four ancient cities are compared at their height with their modern cityscapes today. Tokyo - pop. 33.2 million. Tokyo began as a settlement named Edo (noted in white), which by the mid-1600s was the center of a shogun powerbase that had a nationwide military presence. In 1869 Emperor Meiji renamed the city and claimed it as the seat of the Japanese Empire. Twice left in ruins, after the Great Kanto earthquake in 1923 and extensive firebombing in WWII, the city rebuilt itself, peaking in the 1980s during its real estate and technology boom. Tokyo has continued to build upon itself, building on top old ruins to make way for the new in a city with intense density. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Brasilia
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    notNeutral City Plate - Brasilia
    Part of our third collection of City Plates. The theme for this third collection is Capital Migration. The theme for this third collection is Capital Migration. Three of the new cities were at one time the seat of government; one became its nation’s capital in 1960. All remain centers of economic power, cultural leaders, and symbols of their country’s national identity. Brasilia - pop 2.5 million. Brasilia, a very new city whose 41-month construction began in 1956, was inaugurated in April 1960, when the government migrated from Brazil’s two former capitals, Rio de Janeiro and Salvador. Brasilia is futuristic and ambitious; it was principally designed by Lucia Costa and Oscar Niemeyer in what has been termed the "Pilot Plan". A huge influx of migrants instantly created a larger city than any planner had ever envisioned, and continues to keep Brasilia on the map as a growing city. A percentage of all Brasilia City Plate sales will be donated to the Amazon Conservation Team (ACT), a nonprofit group that helps displaced local tribes protect their forest, culture, and ancient system of healing that uses the forest’s abundant botanical resources; at the same time, the tribes are offered job opportunities, education, and clean water. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral City Plate - Chicago
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    notNeutral City Plate - Chicago
    Part of our fifth collection of City Plates. This collection celebrates Visionary Thinking. The culmination of the notNeutral City Plate collection celebrates Visionary Thinking and takes a look at four great cities - Paris, Chicago, Montreal and Mumbai - and examines the past, present, and future of innovative architecture and design. Chicago - pop 2.8 million. The Columbian Exposition was more than just a World’s Fair: it inspired a sense of wonder and put Chicago on the cultural map. It also served to show the world that the city had risen from the ashes of the Great Chicago Fire, which had destroyed much of the city in 1871. The city has since became a breeding ground for great architecture. Chicago continues to embrace innovation, providing affordable housing in accessible, economically sound communities, and is considered a leader in fostering social, economic, and environmental sustainability. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. 12" diameter. Dishwasher safe. Boxed with Printed Key.
  • notNeutral Ribbon Small Plate Set (set of 4)
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    notNeutral Ribbon Small Plate Set (set of 4)
    Small Plate in our Ribbon Pattern is also part of our re-mixed In-The-Mix Collection. Based on the Guilloché engravings used to make money harder to copy, our Ribbon pattern explores variations of interwoven lines, making this collection one of a kind. This set of four 8.25” diameter small plates is adorned with a slightly bolder version of Ribbon line work. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Set of four. Boxed.
  • notNeutral City Plates-Collection 1
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    notNeutral City Plates-Collection 1
    Collection 1 of four City Plates the theme of which is City as Gateway: Los Angeles, Shanghai, Cairo and Berlin. The four featured cities - Los Angeles, Shanghai, Cairo, and Berlin - were chosen by our design team for their reputations as gateways, and for the way each is dealing with the effects of agglomeration as its population begins to reach critical mass. These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in vivid blue and green. The plates’ designs portray a bold, graphic representation of four distinctly fascinating cities. Berlin, Shanghai, Los Angeles and Cairo. 12" diameter Porcelain. Individually boxed with Key.
  • notNeutral City Plates-Collection 3
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    notNeutral City Plates-Collection 3
    Collection 3 of four City Plates the theme of which is Capital Migration: New York, St. Petersburg, Brasilia, Melbourne. The third series of cities, Brasilia, St. Petersburg, Melbourne and New York, are tied together by the theme of Capital Migration. Three of these cities were at one time the seat of government; one became its nation’s capital in 1960. All remain centers of economic power, cultural leaders, and are symbols of their country’s national identity. New York, St. Petersburg, Brasilia, Melbourne. 12" diameter Porcelain. Individually boxed with Key.
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