notNeutral - Blue Flora 20-Piece Setting
  • notNeutral Blue Flora 20-Piece Dinner Set
    notneutral.com
    Each set includes four place settings with White on White dinner plates and Light Blue small plates, rim bowls, cups and saucers. Delicate flowers mingle with angular thorns in our Flora design. From tiny to oversized, this pattern keeps things interesting at the table as it changes scale from piece to piece throughout the collection. The Blue Flora 20-Piece Dinner Set includes four 11” diameter dinner plates, four 8.25” diameter small plates, four 9” diameter rim bowls, four 6oz. cups, and four 6” saucers. Perfect for your Bridal Registry! Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Sets of four. Boxed. Made in Poland.
  • Noritake® Sonnet in Blue 5-Piece Place Setting
    bedbathandbeyond.com
    A floral interpretation of cornflower and powder blues are united with delicate scrolls in this archetypal pattern that also features a platinum band with an etching reminiscent of hearts. Crafted of bone china. Includes a 10 3/4" dinner plate, 8 1/4" salad plate, 6 1/2" bread and butter plate, 7-oz. cup and saucer. Dishwasher safe. Imported.
  • Red Vanilla White Rice 20-Piece Dinner Set
    bedbathandbeyond.com
    This square dinner set features rounded edges designed to complement any style of food. Quality-crafted from durable stoneware, this set coordinates well with any decor and is a must have for any table setting. 20 piece set includes: four 10" dinner plates, four 8" salad plates, four 8" soup/cereal bowls, four 6 oz. teac cups, and four 5.75" noodle bowls. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Imported.
  • notNeutral Black Flora 20-Piece Dinner Set
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    Each set includes four place settings with White on White dinner plates and Black and White small plates, rim bowls, cups and saucers. 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. The Black Flora 20-Piece Dinner Set includes four 11” diameter dinner plates, four 8.25” diameter small plates, four 9” diameter rim bowls, four 6oz. cups, and four 6” saucers. Perfect for your Bridal Registry! Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Sets of four. Boxed. Made in Poland.
  • notNeutral Ribbon 20-Piece Dinner Set
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    Each set includes four place settings with Black and White dinner plates, small plates, rim bowls, cups and saucers. Based on the Guilloché engravings used to make money harder to copy, our Ribbon pattern explores variations of interwoven lines that makes this collection one of a kind. The Dinner set includes (4) 11” diameter dinner plates, (4) 8.25” diameter small plates, (4) 9” diameter rim bowls, (4) 6oz. cups, and (4) 6” saucers. The Ribbon pattern is also a part of our re-mixed In-The-Mix Collection. Perfect for your Bridal Registry! Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Sets of four. Boxed.
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  • 100 Essentials Barnyard Style 18-Piece Dinner Set
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    100 Essentials Barnyard Style 18-Piece Dinner Set. Peck your way to charming, country style with the Barnyard Style 18-Piece Dinner Set from 100 Essentials. This microwave- and dishwasher-safe dinner set is made from stoneware and features red handpainted detailing. The cream-colored base is adorned with cute chickens in gingham and floral patterns, while red edging adds to the vintage feel. Use the variety of plates to enjoy your next meal—whether it's salad, steak, or stew—in sweet style. Cluck it up! Set of six dinner plates, six salad plates, and six deep plates. Made in China.
  • Royal Albert Rose Confetti Rim Soup Bowl
    macys.com
    Scattered with dainty blooms, the Rose Confetti rim soup bowl restores the grace and charm of another era in fine bone china from Royal Albert. A scalloped edge with gold banding and a traditionally feminine palette add to its romantic sensibility. Bone china.
  • notNeutral Letters Dinner Plate (Set of 4)
    allmodern.com
    The Letters pattern was derived from deconstructed letter forms based on the font Clarendon. notNeutral turned the letters bold and enlarged them took parts of the outlined forms, added the dots, and overlapped them to form a continuous pattern. Features: Plate. Letters collection. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Designed in Los Angeles. Dimensions: 2.75" H x 11" W x 11" D, 7 lbs.
  • Melody Rose Skull Salad Plate
    amara.com
    Melody Rose – quirky & unique ceramic designs. Material: bone china. Dimensions: D22.5cm. Slight imperfections may occur due to nature of manufacture. White salad plate with hand gilded golden rim. Featuring a digitally printed detailed skull design. A piece of art that can be used everyday. Dinner plate, salad plate & side plate available. Coordinating teapot, tea cup & saucer, and sugar bowl. Mix & match with more Melody Rose designs. Made in Stoke-on-Trent, England. Washing by hand is recommended. Beautifully original gift idea. More ceramic designs by Melody Rose available.
  • Sunrise Butterfly Dinner Plate
    mikasa.com
    Gourmet Basics by Mikasa Sunrise Butterfly captures a moment of beauty in nature, with butterflies gracing the meadow as the sun rises. Bold garden colors pop on a white background, depicting a butterfly fluttering around a vivid flower. A shadowed floral silhouette complements the pattern, bringing depth and motion to your tabletop. Constructed of porcelain. Microwave and dishwasher safe. The most important piece of your dinnerware set! Not just for your main meal, but as a small serving plate. Be sure to have plenty on hand for family celebrations or when extra guests arrive. Dinner plate measures 10-1/2 inch diameter.
  • notNeutral City On A Plate: Paris
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    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. City On A Plate collection. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Individually boxed with a printed key (map) Designed in Los Angeles. Dimensions: 12" W x 12" D, 2.2 lbs.
  • notNeutral Letters 20-Piece Dinner Set
    notneutral.com
    Each set includes four place settings with Black and White dinner plates, small plates, rim bowls, cups and saucers. Our Letters pattern, originally derived from deconstructed letter forms, turns typeface into abstract line work. The scale of the design changes from piece to piece within the collection, lending an eclectic yet coordinated look to the dinner table. The Dinner set includes (4) 11” diameter dinner plates, (4) 8.25” diameter small plates, (4) 9” diameter rim bowls, (4) 6oz. cups, and (4) 6” saucers. The Letters pattern is also a part of our re-mixed In-The-Mix Collection. Perfect for your Bridal Registry! Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Made in Poland. Sets of four. Boxed.
  • LSA International LSA Savoy Dessert Dish Set of 2
    occa-home.co.uk
    This elegant and graceful LSA Savoy dessert dish is the perfect addition to any table setting whether it is for a special celebration, wedding party or simply dinner for 2. It’s understated glamour is simply delightful.
  • notNeutral City On A Plate: Chicago
    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. City On A Plate collection. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Individually boxed with a printed key (map) Designed in Los Angeles. Dimensions: 12" W x 12" D, 2.2 lbs.
  • Pillivuyt Coupe Porcelain Dinnerware Place Settings
    williams-sonoma.com
    From France, this white porcelain dinnerware is as sturdy as it is stylish. The plates and bowls feature a classic coupe design with a gentle contour and sleek rim. Thanks to an innovative formulation of various clays, the porcelain's delicate appearance belies its strength. Dressed up or down with formal or casual linens, flatware and glassware, this versatile dinnerware coordinates easily with patterned pieces. They're made in France by Pillivuyt, a company respected for fine porcelain tableware since 1818. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. The five-piece place setting includes an 11" dinner plate, 9" soup/pasta plate, 8 1/4" salad plate and 12-oz. cup and 6 1/4" saucer. 20-piece place setting includes four sets.
  • Wedgwood & Bentley Dynasty Gold Low Tea Cup
    wwrd.com
    Dynasty is one of the most exclusive tableware patterns in the Wedgwood & Bentley collection. Dynasty is decorated using raised paste gilding - whereby gilders use brushes containing just a couple of camel hairs to complete the complex designs of this extravagant pattern. Wedgwood china has graced the homes and palaces of the world's most discerning customers for more than 250 years. With the highest quality controls in the industry and an emphasis on leading edge design, Wedgwood & Bentley fine bone china tableware makes a statement of the company's commitment to fine dining, inspired living and timeless luxury.
  • notNeutral In-The-Mix Small Plate (Set of 4)
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    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: Plate. In-The-Mix collection. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Designed in Los Angeles. Dimensions: 2.5" H x 8.5" W x 8.5" D, 3.95 lbs.
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  • 5-pc. Rutledge Legacy Place Setting
    cooking.com
    Set an inviting table with Rutledge Legacy china. A delicate floral motif graces each piece, which is trimmed in lustrous platinum. The salad plate and saucer feature soft blue rims. Platinum floral motifs are accented with white and blue on all pieces. Five-piece Plate setting includes one of each: 10.75-in. Dinner Plate. 8-in. Salad Plate. 6-in. Bread and Butter Plate. 6-oz. Cup. 5.75-in. Saucer. Cleaning & Care: Dishwasher Safe. Material: Bone China. Origin: USA. Pattern: Rutledge Legacy. Size: 5-pc.
  • Marchesa by Lenox "Painted Camellia" Bread & Butter Plate
    bloomingdales.com
    Painted Camellia brings vintage florals to life with just the right amount of color to make the dinner table unique. Draped against a gold-rimmed white canvas, delicate painted florals create a beautiful melodic feel. The salad plate, defined by a rich black background, is artfully juxtaposed to its white-bodied counterpart for a dramatic contrast. Bone china. Made in USA.
  • notNeutral City On A Plate: Boston
    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. City On A Plate collection. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Individually boxed with a printed key (map) Designed in Los Angeles. Dimensions: 12" W x 12" D, 2.2 lbs.
  • 100 Essentials Enamel Style 21-Piece Dinner Set
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    100 Essentials Enamel Style 21-Piece Dinner Set. Cook up some classic design with the Enamel Style 21-Piece Dinner Set from 100 Essentials. This stoneware dinner set has a simple yet stylish look that's part shabby-chic and part country. Each piece has a fresh-white base that's edged in pretty blue, while antique detailing gives everything some rustic charm. These microwave- and dishwasher-safe plates and bowls are suitable for everyday dining, so you can set your table in easy, relaxed style. Now that's a winning recipe! Set of six dinner plates, six salad plates, eight bowls, and one salt-and-pepper set. Made in China.
  • notNeutral In-The-Mix Dinner Plate (Set of 4)
    allmodern.com
    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: Plate. In-The-Mix collection. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Designed in Los Angeles. Dimensions: 2.75" H x 11" W x 11" D, 7 lbs.
  • 5-pc. Bellina Gold Place Setting
    cooking.com
    A delicate floral motif is abloom on champagne-rimmed white china - and on your table - with Bellina Gold. Reflecting superb Lenox artistry and craftsmanship, the center of each flower is accented by hand with an enamel dot. And each piece is trimmed in 24 karat gold. Set Includes: 10.75-in. Dinner Plate. 8-in. Salad Plate. 6-in. Bread and Butter Plate. 6-oz. Cup. 5.75-in. Saucer. Cleaning & Care: Dishwasher Safe. Material: Bone China. Origin: United States. Pattern: Bellina Gold. Size: 5-pc.
  • notNeutral City On A Plate: Montreal
    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. City On A Plate collection. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Individually boxed with a printed key (map) Designed in Los Angeles. Dimensions: 12" W x 12" D, 2.2 lbs.
  • Red Vanilla Marble Rectangular 18-Piece Dinner Set
    bedbathandbeyond.com
    These Red Vanilla Marble dishes feature a textured pattern that brings both variety and elegance to your dining experience. A must have for any table setting. 18 piece set includes: four 11.5" dinner plates, four 8" salad plates, four 7" soup/cereal bowls, four 13 oz. mugs, and two 12" platters. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Imported.
  • notNeutral Letters Small Plate (Set of 4)
    allmodern.com
    The Letters pattern was derived from deconstructed letter forms based on the font Clarendon. notNeutral turned the letters bold and enlarged them took parts of the outlined forms, added the dots, and overlapped them to form a continuous pattern. Features: Plate. Letters collection. Material: Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Oven to table. Designed in Los Angeles. Dimensions: 2.5" H x 8.5" W x 8.5" D, 3.95 lbs.
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