Horchow Baroque Charger Plate
  • notNeutral City On A Plate 12" Hollywood Dinner Plate
    allmodern.com
    The original City Plate was a commemorative platter in honor of the 2006 AIA Convention, which was hosted by Los Angeles. The notNeutral parent firm, the Rios Clementi Hale Studios, had been working on a series of diagrams for their Civic Park project in downtown Los Angeles, looking at elements such as open space, circulation, and land use in the downtown core relative to the urban context of greater Los Angeles. A draft of the plan was up on one the common walls in the studio that notNeutral and the Rios Clementi Hale Studios share, and, typical of the cross-disciplinary interplay, notNeutral had the inspiration to translate the diagram onto a ceramic plate. The reductive graphics of the diagram and the recognizable pattern of LA streets and landmarks translated well to the medium. The response to the plate at the Convention was very enthusiastic ('Do my city!'), and the notNeutral expanded the idea into a series of plates. The result was a line of City Plates, released in series of four, which look at cities as a graphic language of line, color, and pattern as a means to investigate the cultural, economic, historical, and political impacts on city form. Each series has a particular conceptual framework that relates the four cities to each other, and the series as a whole operates within an ecological matrix organized by patterns of urban development: organic, baroque, gridded, and eclectic. The idea was that as the series evolved, the City Plates would form a network of relationships to each other that would allow people to design their own combination of plates (American cities, Coastal cities, Colonial cities, for example) that would allow interesting comparisons. This methodology led the notNeutral to some of the great cities of the world, and also to some less well-known cities that warrant attention. Each plate celebrates the beauty implicit in a city's unique form, a distinct pattern that has evolved over time as layers of history are inscribed into the urban landscape. 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 idiosyncrasies 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. Features: Plate. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Individually boxed with a printed key (map) Designed in Los Angeles. City On A Plate collection. Product Details: Material: Porcelain. Pattern: Novelty. Microwave Safe: Yes. Dishwasher Safe: Yes. Dimensions: Overall: 12" W x 12" D. Overall Product Weight: 2.2lbs.
  • Horchow Four Giraffe Charger Plates
    horchow.com
    Charger plates add texture and color to table settings as they protect table linens. These also add exotic flair as well. Made of polypropylene. Not for direct contact with food. Hand wash. Sold in sets of four; each, 13"Dia. Imported.
  • Pickard Color Sheen Dinnerware Collection, Green Platinum
    williams-sonoma.com
    Glossy bands of color soften the formality of our Pickard porcelain collection and brighten special-occasion meals. Hand-painted platinum rims and your monogram, meticulously gilded on select pieces, add a glistening finish. Seen on the most elegant tables in the world"from American embassies to the finest hotels"Pickard has been an American classic since 1893. Each piece is hand made in Illinois, using the company's exclusive clay and warm-white glaze. Crafted of fine porcelain. Dinner plate, salad plate, bread plate and charger are monogrammed in platinum, in the lettering style shown. Finished with hand-painted platinum and white gold fillets. Dishwasher safe. All pieces sold individually.
  • notNeutral City On A Plate 12" Boston Dinner Plate
    allmodern.com
    The original City Plate was a commemorative platter in honor of the 2006 AIA Convention, which was hosted by Los Angeles. The notNeutral parent firm, the Rios Clementi Hale Studios, had been working on a series of diagrams for their Civic Park project in downtown Los Angeles, looking at elements such as open space, circulation, and land use in the downtown core relative to the urban context of greater Los Angeles. A draft of the plan was up on one the common walls in the studio that notNeutral and the Rios Clementi Hale Studios share, and, typical of the cross-disciplinary interplay, notNeutral had the inspiration to translate the diagram onto a ceramic plate. The reductive graphics of the diagram and the recognizable pattern of LA streets and landmarks translated well to the medium. The response to the plate at the Convention was very enthusiastic ('Do my city!'), and the notNeutral expanded the idea into a series of plates. The result was a line of City Plates, released in series of four, which look at cities as a graphic language of line, color, and pattern as a means to investigate the cultural, economic, historical, and political impacts on city form. Each series has a particular conceptual framework that relates the four cities to each other, and the series as a whole operates within an ecological matrix organized by patterns of urban development: organic, baroque, gridded, and eclectic. The idea was that as the series evolved, the City Plates would form a network of relationships to each other that would allow people to design their own combination of plates (American cities, Coastal cities, Colonial cities, for example) that would allow interesting comparisons. This methodology led the notNeutral to some of the great cities of the world, and also to some less well-known cities that warrant attention. Each plate celebrates the beauty implicit in a city's unique form, a distinct pattern that has evolved over time as layers of history are inscribed into the urban landscape. 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 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 red dashed line. The city is also the site of pivotal firsts, including the country's first public school and subway system. Features: Plate. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Individually boxed with a printed key (map) Designed in Los Angeles. City On A Plate collection. Product Details: Material: Porcelain. Pattern: Novelty. Microwave Safe: Yes. Dishwasher Safe: Yes. Dimensions: Overall: 12" W x 12" D. Overall Product Weight: 2.2lbs.
  • Pickard Color Sheen Dinnerware Collection, Blue Gold
    williams-sonoma.com
    Glossy bands of color soften the formality of our Pickard porcelain collection and brighten special-occasion meals. Hand-painted 24-karat burnished gold rims and your monogram, meticulously gilded on select pieces, add a glistening finish. Seen on the most elegant tables in the world"from American embassies to the finest hotels"Pickard has been an American classic since 1893. Each piece is hand made in Illinois, using the company's exclusive clay and warm-white glaze. Crafted of fine porcelain. Dinner plate, salad plate, bread plate and charger are monogrammed in 24-karat gold, in the lettering style shown. Finished with hand-painted 24-karat gold fillets. Dishwasher safe. All pieces sold individually.
  • Pickard Color Sheen Dinnerware Collection, Blue Platinum
    williams-sonoma.com
    Glossy bands of color soften the formality of our Pickard porcelain collection and brighten special-occasion meals. Hand-painted platinum rims and your monogram, meticulously gilded on select pieces, add a glistening finish. Seen on the most elegant tables in the world"from American embassies to the finest hotels"Pickard has been an American classic since 1893. Each piece is hand made in Illinois, using the company's exclusive clay and warm-white glaze. Crafted of fine porcelain. Dinner plate, salad plate, bread plate and charger are monogrammed in platinum, in the lettering style shown. Finished with hand-painted platinum and white gold fillets. Dishwasher safe. All pieces sold individually.
  • notNeutral City On A Plate 12" San Francisco Dinner Plate
    allmodern.com
    The original City Plate was a commemorative platter in honor of the 2006 AIA Convention, which was hosted by Los Angeles. The notNeutral parent firm, the Rios Clementi Hale Studios, had been working on a series of diagrams for their Civic Park project in downtown Los Angeles, looking at elements such as open space, circulation, and land use in the downtown core relative to the urban context of greater Los Angeles. A draft of the plan was up on one the common walls in the studio that notNeutral and the Rios Clementi Hale Studios share, and, typical of the cross-disciplinary interplay, notNeutral had the inspiration to translate the diagram onto a ceramic plate. The reductive graphics of the diagram and the recognizable pattern of LA streets and landmarks translated well to the medium. The response to the plate at the Convention was very enthusiastic ('Do my city!'), and the notNeutral expanded the idea into a series of plates. The result was a line of City Plates, released in series of four, which look at cities as a graphic language of line, color, and pattern as a means to investigate the cultural, economic, historical, and political impacts on city form. Each series has a particular conceptual framework that relates the four cities to each other, and the series as a whole operates within an ecological matrix organized by patterns of urban development: organic, baroque, gridded, and eclectic. The idea was that as the series evolved, the City Plates would form a network of relationships to each other that would allow people to design their own combination of plates (American cities, Coastal cities, Colonial cities, for example) that would allow interesting comparisons. This methodology led the notNeutral to some of the great cities of the world, and also to some less well-known cities that warrant attention. Each plate celebrates the beauty implicit in a city's unique form, a distinct pattern that has evolved over time as layers of history are inscribed into the urban landscape. The California Gold Rush put San Francisco on the map for tens of thousands of Americans and immigrants from around the world who were in search of buried treasure. What was once a small settlement became a boomtown connected to the rest of world by sea and rail. The pioneering and entrepreneurial outlook that helped San Francisco recover from the devastating earthquake and fire of 1906 is a quality that is still palpable in the city today. Features: Plate. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Individually boxed with a printed key (map) Designed in Los Angeles. City On A Plate collection. Product Details: Material: Porcelain. Pattern: Novelty. Microwave Safe: Yes. Dishwasher Safe: Yes. Dimensions: Overall: 12" W x 12" D. Overall Product Weight: 2.2lbs.
  • Presidio Silver-Plated Charger
    williams-sonoma.com
    Inspired by traditional American tableware, this classic charger makes a beautiful serving piece for your buffet or dinner table. The hand-polished stainless steel and silver plate reveal a brilliant gleam"perfect for framing an individual dinner plate at each place setting. Made of silver-plated brass and stainless steel. Hand-polished finish.
  • Michael Aram Hammertone Charger
    bloomingdales.com
    Dozens of meticulously hand-hammered markings accent gleaming nickelplate to create Michael Arm’s richly textured Hammertone collection. Each piece is carefully buffed and polished by hand to achieve a bright luster. Nickelplate. Hand wash; dry immediately. Imported. 13"D x 5"H. Each piece showcases the unique variations and subtle imperfections characteristic of a handcrafted design.
  • notNeutral City On A Plate 12"Chicago Dinner Plate
    allmodern.com
    The original City Plate was a commemorative platter in honor of the 2006 AIA Convention, which was hosted by Los Angeles. The notNeutral parent firm, the Rios Clementi Hale Studios, had been working on a series of diagrams for their Civic Park project in downtown Los Angeles, looking at elements such as open space, circulation, and land use in the downtown core relative to the urban context of greater Los Angeles. A draft of the plan was up on one the common walls in the studio that notNeutral and the Rios Clementi Hale Studios share, and, typical of the cross-disciplinary interplay, notNeutral had the inspiration to translate the diagram onto a ceramic plate. The reductive graphics of the diagram and the recognizable pattern of LA streets and landmarks translated well to the medium. The response to the plate at the Convention was very enthusiastic ('Do my city!'), and the notNeutral expanded the idea into a series of plates. The result was a line of City Plates, released in series of four, which look at cities as a graphic language of line, color, and pattern as a means to investigate the cultural, economic, historical, and political impacts on city form. Each series has a particular conceptual framework that relates the four cities to each other, and the series as a whole operates within an ecological matrix organized by patterns of urban development: organic, baroque, gridded, and eclectic. The idea was that as the series evolved, the City Plates would form a network of relationships to each other that would allow people to design their own combination of plates (American cities, Coastal cities, Colonial cities, for example) that would allow interesting comparisons. This methodology led notNeutral to some of the great cities of the world, and also to some less well-known cities that warrant attention. Each plate celebrates the beauty implicit in a city's unique form, a distinct pattern that has evolved over time as layers of history are inscribed into the urban landscape. 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. With a progressive mayor that has championed sustainable practices and subsidized 'green' projects during his tenure, Chicago continues to embrace innovation. Features: Plate. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Individually boxed with a printed key (map) Designed in Los Angeles. City On A Plate collection. Product Details: Material: Porcelain. Pattern: Novelty. Microwave Safe: Yes. Dishwasher Safe: Yes. Dimensions: Overall: 12" W x 12" D. Overall Product Weight: 2.2lbs.
  • notNeutral City On A Plate 12" Montreal Dinner Plate
    allmodern.com
    The original City Plate was a commemorative platter in honor of the 2006 AIA Convention, which was hosted by Los Angeles. The notNeutral parent firm, the Rios Clementi Hale Studios, had been working on a series of diagrams for their Civic Park project in downtown Los Angeles, looking at elements such as open space, circulation, and land use in the downtown core relative to the urban context of greater Los Angeles. A draft of the plan was up on one the common walls in the studio that notNeutral and the Rios Clementi Hale Studios share, and, typical of the cross-disciplinary interplay, notNeutral had the inspiration to translate the diagram onto a ceramic plate. The reductive graphics of the diagram and the recognizable pattern of LA streets and landmarks translated well to the medium. The response to the plate at the Convention was very enthusiastic ('Do my city!'), and the notNeutral expanded the idea into a series of plates. The result was a line of City Plates, released in series of four, which look at cities as a graphic language of line, color, and pattern as a means to investigate the cultural, economic, historical, and political impacts on city form. Each series has a particular conceptual framework that relates the four cities to each other, and the series as a whole operates within an ecological matrix organized by patterns of urban development: organic, baroque, gridded, and eclectic. The idea was that as the series evolved, the City Plates would form a network of relationships to each other that would allow people to design their own combination of plates (American cities, Coastal cities, Colonial cities, for example) that would allow interesting comparisons. This methodology led the notNeutral to some of the great cities of the world, and also to some less well-known cities that warrant attention. Each plate celebrates the beauty implicit in a city's unique form, a distinct pattern that has evolved over time as layers of history are inscribed into the urban landscape. Expo 67, considered to be the most successful World's Fair of the 20th century, was organized along the theme of 'Man and his World,' and meant to characterize the liberation and openness of the period. One of the seventeen elements of the theme (which included 'Man the Creator' and 'Man the Producer') was Habitat 67, a landmark housing development designed by Moshe Safdie. The project was intended to introduce innovations in affordable housing through the use of modular units with private gardens (a precursor of the prefab housing now in fashion). Habitat 67 is noted (in red) along the Saint Lawrence River (in blue). Other notable city features in the plate include the immense Parc du Mont-Royal (in green) and many of Montreal's world class museums including the Mussee des Beaux Arts, McCord Museum and the Mussee d'Art Contemporain de Montreal. Features: Plate. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Individually boxed with a printed key (map) Designed in Los Angeles. City On A Plate collection. Product Details: Material: Porcelain. Pattern: Novelty. Microwave Safe: Yes. Dishwasher Safe: Yes. Dimensions: Overall: 12" W x 12" D. Overall Product Weight: 2.2lbs.
  • Gotham Charger Plates, Set of 4
    mikasa.com
    Gotham creates a colorful textured and contemporary aesthetic look for your table. Each piece in the place setting features a slightly different arrangement of the design, creating a mix and match feel, and the colorful mosaic arrangement adds a whimsical design to your table. Made of high quality porcelain. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Accent to your table setting by adding a charger underneath a dinner plate or soup bowl. Use to dress up the dinner table for a party, wedding or other special event. These decorative plates make the perfect "coaster" when serving soup, salad or even the main course. You can also use them as a small serving platter. Set of 4 charger plates in assorted colors, each 12 inch diameter.
  • Pickard Signature Monogram Dinnerware, Platinum
    williams-sonoma.com
    American-made classics since 1893, custom-designed Pickard porcelain graces some of the most elegant tables in the world, including American embassies, the United Nations and international hotels. Create your own custom dinnerware with Pickard's Signature Monogram collection, crafted in Illinois using the company's exclusive clay and warm-white glaze. The elegant pieces are personalized with your hand-painted monogram in gleaming platinum. Crafted of fine porcelain. Plates, teacup, rimmed soup bowl and charger are personalized with one or three initials in platinum, in the style shown. Detailed with matching platinum rim fillets. Dishwasher safe. Made in USA. Pieces sold individually or as a 5-piece place setting that includes a dinner plate, salad plate, bread and butter plate, and your choice of traditional Margaret or straight-sided Can teacup and saucer.
  • Pickard Signature Monogram Dinnerware, Gold
    williams-sonoma.com
    American-made classics since 1893, custom-designed Pickard porcelain graces some of the most elegant tables in the world, including American embassies, the United Nations and international hotels. Create your own custom dinnerware with Pickard's Signature Monogram collection, crafted in Illinois using the company's exclusive clay and warm-white glaze. The elegant pieces are personalized with your hand-painted monogram in burnished gold. Crafted of fine porcelain. Plates, teacup, rimmed soup bowl and charger are personalized with one or three initials in 24-karat gold, in the style shown. Detailed with matching 24-karat gold fillets on the rims. Dishwasher safe. Made in USA. Pieces sold individually or as a 5-piece place setting that includes a dinner plate, salad plate, bread and butter plate, and your choice of traditional Margaret or straight-sided Can teacup and saucer.
  • Roberto Cavalli Platinum Palazzo Pitti Charger Plate
    amara.com
    Add opulent prints to the dinner table with this charger plate from the Roberto Cavalli Palazzo Pitti Collection. Crafted from fine bone china, this plate features an ornate blue Renaissance inspired patterned surface with leopard print detailing. Also featuring a platinum coloured rim, this plate is perfect for creating a luxurious table setting, when combined with further items from the decadent Palazzo Pitti range & Lizzard Platinum dinnerware collection. A fabulous gift idea for any occasion, more fine bone china designs are available from Roberto Cavalli, all featuring the brand’s signature bold & extravagant style.Key features: * Material: Fine Bone China * Dimensions: Dia32cm / Dia13” * Blue Renaissance style pattern & leopard print surface * Stylish platinum coloured rim * Roberto Cavalli signature amongst pattern * Beautifully packaged in a Roberto Cavalli box
  • notNeutral City On A Plate 12" Paris Dinner Plate
    allmodern.com
    The original City Plate was a commemorative platter in honor of the 2006 AIA Convention, which was hosted by Los Angeles. The notNeutral parent firm, the Rios Clementi Hale Studios, had been working on a series of diagrams for their Civic Park project in downtown Los Angeles, looking at elements such as open space, circulation, and land use in the downtown core relative to the urban context of greater Los Angeles. A draft of the plan was up on one the common walls in the studio that notNeutral and the Rios Clementi Hale Studios share, and, typical of the cross-disciplinary interplay, notNeutral had the inspiration to translate the diagram onto a ceramic plate. The reductive graphics of the diagram and the recognizable pattern of LA streets and landmarks translated well to the medium. The response to the plate at the Convention was very enthusiastic ('Do my city!'), and the notNeutral expanded the idea into a series of plates. The result was a line of City Plates, released in series of four, which look at cities as a graphic language of line, color, and pattern as a means to investigate the cultural, economic, historical, and political impacts on city form. Each series has a particular conceptual framework that relates the four cities to each other, and the series as a whole operates within an ecological matrix organized by patterns of urban development: organic, baroque, gridded, and eclectic. The idea was that as the series evolved, the City Plates would form a network of relationships to each other that would allow people to design their own combination of plates (American cities, Coastal cities, Colonial cities, for example) that would allow interesting comparisons. This methodology led the notNeutral to some of the great cities of the world, and also to some less well-known cities that warrant attention. Each plate celebrates the beauty implicit in a city's unique form, a distinct pattern that has evolved over time as layers of history are inscribed into the urban landscape. Paris has hosted more World's Fairs than any other city, the most architecturally memorable one occurring in 1889 and symbolized by the Eiffel Tower, which was built for the event. The Eiffel Tower and other landmarks including L'Arc du Triomphe, the Opera Bastille and former marketplace and Paris' new urban railway hub, Les Halles are noted in red on this plate. The Paris plate is bisected by the Seine in blue with the Jardin de Tuileries (in green) and the Louvre (in red) marking the center of the plate. Features: Plate. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Individually boxed with a printed key (map) Designed in Los Angeles. City On A Plate collection. Product Details: Material: Porcelain. Pattern: Novelty. Microwave Safe: Yes. Dishwasher Safe: Yes. Dimensions: Overall: 12" W x 12" D. Overall Product Weight: 2.2lbs.
  • Pickard Color Sheen Dinnerware Collection, Green Gold
    williams-sonoma.com
    Glossy bands of color soften the formality of our Pickard porcelain collection and brighten special-occasion meals. Hand-painted 24-karat burnished gold rims and your monogram, meticulously gilded on select pieces, add a glistening finish. Seen on the most elegant tables in the world"from American embassies to the finest hotels"Pickard has been an American classic since 1893. Each piece is hand made in Illinois, using the company's exclusive clay and warm-white glaze. Crafted of fine porcelain. Dinner plate, salad plate, bread plate and charger are monogrammed in 24-karat gold, in the lettering style shown. Finished with hand-painted 24-karat gold fillets. Dishwasher safe. All pieces sold individually.
  • Miss Blackbirdy White Flower Porcelain Charger Plate, Set of 2
    purehome.com
    Taking cues from high fashion, Miss Blackbirdy's grade-A porcelain charger plates create an enchanting tablescape. Rings of charming floral imagery surround two love birds, hearts, and a blooming bouquet, and each piece doubles as a striking serving platter. Conceived by Merel Boers, a Dutch fashion designer and artist, Miss Blackbirdy artfully mixes modern femininity with a touch of naivete. Includes two charger plates. Grade-A porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Can be used as serving platter. 12" diameter.
  • Jars Tourron Charger
    bloomingdales.com
    Hand crafted of substantial ceramic with a richly toned glaze, this charger by Jars lends an elegant note to any meal. Ceramic. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Made in France. 12.8"
  • Jay Imports Brickbrown Wood Textured Charger Plate
    macys.com
    Age-old elegance defines this beautifully textured charger plate from Jay Imports. Featuring an ornate border inspired by foliage, it dresses up any table with retro flair. No color.
  • Indigo Bloom Charger
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    A stylish, modern twist on the classic color blue, Indigo Bloom features cool hues of blue in a sophisticated, floral design. The distinctive designs and rich colors come alive on white porcelain. This striking, versatile pattern is perfect for casual and formal entertaining alike. Dishwasher and Microwave Safe. Made of high quality porcelain from Portugal. Charger plate has a 12 inch diameter.
  • Versace Medusa Gala Side Plate - 18cm
    amara.com
    Dine in opulent style with this Medusa Gala side plate from Versace. Beautifully decorated, it features an elaborate metallic baroque design and adds an exciting blend of white and gold to the dining table. Transforming everyday dining into a luxurious affair, it’s perfect to mix and match with the wide range of dinnerware also available from Versace. Key features: * Material: porcelain * Dimensions: 18cm * Beautifully detailed side plate * Featuring the iconic Medusa head & Baroque pattern * Inspired by the ambience of opulent dinner parties * Dishwasher safe * More dinnerware from Versace available
  • Christopher Jagmin Little Odd Numbered Plates, Set of 4
    purehome.com
    Small Plates for Small Bites. You’re a numbers person, and whether you did terribly at math in high school or calculus was a breeze – you just love the solidarity of numbers. Well, these cute black and white plates are the perfect match for you and your appetizers, salads or desserts! Odd-numbered individually in the words one through seven, the four-plate set is the ideal accent to your tabletop or wall. They’re a chic, easy display of you and your sense for stylish simplicity! Crafted from porcelain. Dishwasher safe and microwaveable. Set of four (4) small plates. Matches the other Numbered Plate sets. Made in Japan and the USA.
  • Crate & Barrel Set of 4 Studio Dark Clay Bowls
    crateandbarrel.com
    Solid stoneware glazed milky white, banded and textured with a wax-resist technique that exposes unglazed colors of natural clay, stone grey, brown and terracotta. Designer Jono Pandolfi, whose table settings grace the tables of leading New York restaurants, returns to his roots as a potter to create the artisan-inspired iconic shapes of a mix-and match-dinnerware array that upgrades the look of casual.
  • Jasper Conran Wedgwood Gold Baroque Charger
    bloomingdales.com
    Gleaming bands of 22K gold bring special occasion-worthy refinement to white bone china dinnerware by designer Jasper Conran for Wedgwood. Bone china/22k gold. Dishwasher safe. Imported. 13"
  • Pickard Color Sheen Charger Plate, Blue Gold
    williams-sonoma.com
    Glossy blue rims soften the formality of Pickard porcelain and lend a bright note to special-occasion meals. Meticulous gilding adds a glistening finish to the charger, embellished with your monogram in 24k burnished gold at the center and hand-painted matching fillets on the rim. Seen on the most elegant tables in the world"from American embassies to the finest hotels"Pickard has been an American classic since 1893. Each piece is hand made in Illinois, using the company's exclusive clay and warm-white glaze. Crafted of fine porcelain. Detailed with your monogram in 24k gold, in the lettering style shown. Finished with two hand-painted 24k fillets. Dishwasher safe. All pieces sold individually.
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