12-Piece "Quilted" Dinnerware Service
NM EXCLUSIVE 12-Piece "Quilted" Dinnerware Service Details Handcrafted of earthenware. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Set includes four 11"Dia. dinner plates, four 9"Dia. salad plates, and four 5.5"Dia. x 3.25"T cereal bowls. Made in Portugal.
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20-Piece Twisted Flatware Service
GG Collection 20-Piece Twisted Flatware Service DetailsWeighty, handcrafted flatware with a twist, this delightful flatware blends function, casual elegance, and Old World European artistry for a look that's sure to enhance any dining experience. Handcrafted. Stainless steel implements with twisted brass and copper handles. Hand wash. Service for four includes dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks, teaspoons, and tablespoons. Imported. Designer About GG Collection: GG Collection is the ...
MacKenzie-Childs Blooming Wine Glass Designer About MacKenzie-Childs: Established in 1983, MacKenzie-Childs combines vibrant colors and patterns to create a whimsical collection of tableware, furniture, and decorative accessories that epitomize "tradition with a twist." The company's designers draw inspiration from the pastoral setting of their studios, located on a 65-acre former dairy farm in Aurora, New York.
Courtly Check Three-Tier Stands
MacKenzie-Childs Small Courtly Check Three-Tier Stand Designer About MacKenzie-Childs: Established in 1983, MacKenzie-Childs is located on a 65-acre former dairy farm in Aurora, New York. Alongside a small herd of Scottish Highland cattle, hens, and a duck pond, artists create ceramic tableware, furniture, and home accents by hand using time-honored techniques. From enamelware and glassware to furniture and decorative accessories, MacKenzie-Childs combines vibrant colors and patterns to ...
GG Collection Four Linen Dinner Plates Designer About GG Collection: GG Collection is the brainchild of two friends, Dixie Harrigan and Leigh Anne Baysinger, who wanted to make accessories for those who prefer classical decor to modern influences. Together they started a movement for the revival of the classic European style, beginning with Tuscan-inspired canisters and spice jars, then expanding to include dinnerware and other decor. Their creative combination of metal, stoneware, and ...