Dishwasher Safe Sugar Dinnerware

MacKenzie-Childs

Tea Party Tea Set

$125.00
MacKenzie-Childs Tea Party Tea Set Details Handcrafted child's tea set. Tablecloth and napkins made of cotton; machine wash. Tea set made of BPA-free melamine. Top-rack dishwasher safe; hand washing recommended. Set includes 3"Dia. x 5.25"T teapot with lid, 2.25"Dia. x 3"T sugar bowl with lid, 2.25"Dia. x 1.75"T creamer, 12"L x 7.5"W tray, four 2.25"Dia. x 1.75"T teacups, four 4.5"Dia. saucers, four 5.5"Dia. plates, four 3.5"L spoons, four 8.5"Sq. napkins, and a 36"Sq. tablecloth. Imported. ...
Jonathan Adler

Jack Sprat Creamer, Sugar Bowl, & Teapot

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$38.00
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$29.90
Jonathan Adler Mrs. Jack Sprat Creamer Designer About Jonathan Adler: Potter, designer, and author Jonathan Adler launched his first ceramics collection in 1994. His design philosophy: create a foundation of timelessly chic furniture and accessorize with abandon. With his roots still firmly in pottery, he has expanded to become a complete lifestyle brand offering furniture, lighting, decorative objects, fashion accessories, and more. He is dedicated to bringing style, craft, and joy to life.
MacKenzie-Childs

Courtly Check Sugar Bowl

$64.00
MacKenzie-Childs Courtly Check Sugar Bowl Details Handmade sugar bowl. Hand-painted enamelware with golden highlights. Dishwasher safe; hand washing recommended. 4"Dia. x 5"T. Imported. 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 ...
GG Collection

Tray, Hostess Set, & Pitcher

$150.00
GG Collection Four 8-oz. Mugs 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 mouth-blown ...