12" Stainless Steel Salad Bowl
Handcrafted of stainless steel and bronze. Hand wash and dry immediately. 12"Dia. Imported.
Four Madrid Melamine Dinner Plates
Made of durable, triple-weight melamine. Dishwasher safe. Each piece sold in sets of four. Dinner plate, 11"Dia. Salad plate, 9"Dia. Cereal bowl, 7.5"Dia. Imported.
Four Linen Salad Plates
Handcrafted of stoneware. Hand-painted finish. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Each piece sold in sets of four. Dinner plate, 11"Dia. Salad plate, 8"Dia. Bowl, 6"Dia. Mug holds 16 ounces. Imported.
Butterfly Garden Breakfast Bowl
Made of 12-gauge enameled steel with bronzed stainless steel rims. Decorated with hand-applied transfers. Dishwasher safe; hand washing recommended. Dinner plate, 10"Dia. Salad plate, 8"Dia. Breakfast bowl, 7.5"Dia. Holds 10 ounces. Mug, 4.25"Dia. x 3.5"T; holds 16 ounces. Imported.
Courtly Check Fluted Wooden Salad Bowl
Handcrafted of enameled 12-gauge steel, bronzed stainless steel, and carved acacia wood. Hand wash. Base is removable. 16"Dia. x 9.25"T. Imported.
Courtly Check Dinnerware
Heavy-gauge, hand-glazed steel underbodies rimmed in bronzed stainless steel. Hand-painted Courtly Check?? design. Dishwasher safe; hand washing recommended. Dinner plate, 10"Dia. Salad plate, 8"Dia. Cereal bowl holds 10 ounces; 7.5"Dia. Rimmed soup bowl holds 12 ounces; 9"Dia. Imported.
Four Dinner Plates
Ceramic with antiqued cast-aluminum accents. 20-piece set includes four five-piece place settings (dinner plate, salad/dessert plate, cereal bowl, mug, and saucer). Dinner plate, 11"Dia. Salad/dessert plate, 8.5"Dia. Cereal bowl, 8.5"Dia. Saucer, 7.25"Dia. Dishwasher safe. Covered soup bowl (sold separately), 5"Dia. x 3"T; 5.5"T with lid. Overall, 7.25"W x 5"D x 6.75"T. Charger plate (sold separately), 14"Dia. Serving bowl (sold separately), 12"Dia.
Large Black Orchid Bowl
Hammered stainless steel with black nickel-plate orchid accents. Hand wash. Large bowl, 12.5"Dia. Medium bowl, 10"Dia. Each server, 10.75"L. Imported. About Michael Aram: Designer and craftsman Michael Aram (ah-RAHM) doesn't merely reproduce what he finds in nature??he enhances it. The emotional response to Aram's collections is intensified by the methods he employs. After studying art in new York in the late 1980s, he took what would be a life-altering trip to India. There, he discovered ...