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Blue Porcelain Plates

  • $99.95
    Apilco builds on its tradition of exceptional dinnerware by embellishing these pristine white porcelain dishes with classic blue borders. As with the Apilco's signature white dinnerware, these restaurant-quality pieces can be dressed up or down with formal or casual linens, flatware and glassware. They're crafted at the family-owned factory in France, where ceramic artisans have been producing fine porcelain for culinary professionals since 1906.
  • $59.95
    Classic dinnerware like this is popular in Parisian bistros and brasseries. Made of fully-glazed porcelain, the pieces are larger and heavier than standard tableware and are sturdy enough to go under the broiler. The pattern has a blue fillet border. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. 11 1/4" dinner plates, set of four. Made in Japan. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $31
    A glossy band of color softens the formality of our Pickard porcelain bread plate and brightens special-occasion meals. Hand-painted 24-karat burnished gold filets and your monogram, meticulously gilded on each piece, add a glistening finish. Seen on the most elegant tables in the worldfrom American embassies to the finest hotelsPickard has been an American classic since 1893. Each piece is hand made in Illinois, using the companys exclusive clay and warm-white glaze. Crafted of fine porcelain.
  • $65
    The Muse dOrsay in Paris lent its Beaux Arts elegance to this porcelain bread plate, meticulously hand decorated with gold floral scrolls, swags and filigrees inspired by its historic architecture. A glazed blue rim borders the pristine white Limoges porcelain and accentuates the lustrous gilding. Master artisans handcraft the collection at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with hand-painted gold.
  • $91.95
    Apilco builds on its tradition of exceptional dinnerware by embellishing these pristine white porcelain dishes with classic blue borders. As with the Apilco's signature white dinnerware, these restaurant-quality pieces can be dressed up or down with formal or casual linens, flatware and glassware. They're crafted at the family-owned factory in France, where ceramic artisans have been producing fine porcelain for culinary professionals since 1906.
  • $85$150
    Designer Karen Kjldgrd-Larsen created the Mega series as a witty update of Royal Copenhagen's signature porcelain Blue Fluted collection. Oversized and seeming to float on the white porcelain, the patterns of cobalt-blue blossoms, medallions and sprigs bring a fresh perspective to the 230-year-old design. Like all Blue Fluted ware, the pieces are hand painted with delicate brushstrokes over the fluted surface, so no two are exactly alike. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. Dinner Plate, 10 3/4" diam.
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    Evocative of a rich and beautiful tradition, our deep blue and creamy white porcelain plates recall ancient temple menorahs. Each plate has a simple silver-tone band to further grace your celebration meal. Use the plates throughout the season, for everything from appetizers to salads to desserts. Hand wash. 8 1/4" diam. Made in China. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $75
    Inspired by magnificent Persian motifs, Deshoulires' ornate Dhara bread plate reinterprets delicate filigrees found in a 17th-century poetry manuscript. Twelve colors from black to peacock blue give the design its depth, while platinum accents add a glint of shimmer. Artisans handcraft the collection from premium Limoges porcelain at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with hand-painted platinum.
  • $125
    Inspired by magnificent Persian motifs, Deshoulires' ornate Dhara soup bowl reinterprets delicate filigrees found in a 17th-century poetry manuscript. Twelve colors from black to peacock blue give the design its depth, while platinum accents add a glint of shimmer. Artisans handcraft the collection from premium Limoges porcelain at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with platinum.
  • $91.95
    Apilco builds on its tradition of exceptional dinnerware by embellishing these pristine white porcelain dishes with classic blue borders. As with the Apilco's signature white dinnerware, these restaurant-quality pieces can be dressed up or down with formal or casual linens, flatware and glassware. They're crafted at the family-owned factory in France, where ceramic artisans have been producing fine porcelain for culinary professionals since 1906.
  • $115
    The Muse dOrsay in Paris lent its Beaux Arts elegance to this porcelain dinner plate, meticulously hand decorated with gold floral scrolls, swags and filigrees inspired by its historic architecture. A glazed blue rim borders the pristine white Limoges porcelain and accentuates the lustrous gilding. Master artisans handcraft the collection at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with hand-painted gold.
  • $39.95
    Welcome guests to a springtime table set with our cheerful porcelain plates, rimmed in flower-petal pastels. Ideal for layering with white dinnerware all through the season, they coordinate perfectly with our Florentine Egg Plates or our Happy Easter plates for a festive brunch or dinner. Made of high-fired porcelain. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. Sets of four.
  • $67$82
    A glossy band of color softens the formality of our Pickard porcelain dinner plate and brightens special-occasion meals. Hand-painted 24-karat burnished gold filets and your monogram, meticulously gilded on each piece, add a glistening finish. Seen on the most elegant tables in the worldfrom American embassies to the finest hotelsPickard has been an American classic since 1893. Each piece is hand made in Illinois, using the companys exclusive clay and warm-white glaze. Crafted of fine porcelain.
  • $115$195
    Synonymous with Danish porcelain, the Blue Fluted Plain pattern has been produced continuously and collected passionately since the 1770s. The fine white porcelain is embellished with a cobalt-blue lacework of fronds, medallions and brackets that requires astonishing artistry. A single dinner plate entails nearly 1,200 brushstrokes. "Plain" in the collection's name refers to the smooth rim traced with a simple band of blue. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. Dinner Plate, 10 3/4" diam.
  • $110
    Inspired by magnificent Persian motifs, Deshoulires' ornate Dhara dinner plate reinterprets delicate filigrees found in a 17th-century poetry manuscript. Twelve colors from black to peacock blue give the design its depth, while platinum accents add a glint of shimmer. Artisans handcraft the collection from premium Limoges porcelain at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with platinum.
  • $60$123
    Taking its cue from the streamlined design of the 1930s and '40s, toiles brings a sleek update to timeless porcelain. A trellis of 24k gold crisscrosses the pale-blue rim, and its varied, hand-painted lines are echoed in the centered burgundy-red floral star. Each piece is handcrafted by the master artisans at Bernardaud, a family-owned company founded in 1863. Dishwasher safe. Dinner Plate, 10 1/2" diam.; Salad Plate, 8 1/2" diam.; Bread & Butter Plate, 6 1/2" diam.; Teacup and Saucer, 5-oz. cap.
  • $100
    The Muse dOrsay in Paris lent its Beaux Arts elegance to this porcelain salad plate, meticulously hand decorated with gold floral scrolls, swags and filigrees inspired by its historic architecture. A glazed blue rim borders the pristine white Limoges porcelain and accentuates the lustrous gilding. Master artisans handcraft the collection at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with hand-painted gold.
  • $44$59
    A glossy band of color softens the formality of our Pickard porcelain dinner plate and brightens special-occasion meals. Hand-painted 24-karat burnished gold filets and your monogram, meticulously gilded on each piece, add a glistening finish. Seen on the most elegant tables in the worldfrom American embassies to the finest hotelsPickard has been an American classic since 1893. Each piece is hand made in Illinois, using the companys exclusive clay and warm-white glaze. Crafted of fine porcelain.
  • $77
    A glossy band of color softens the formality of our Pickard porcelain soup plate and brightens special-occasion meals. Hand-painted 24-karat burnished gold filets, meticulously gilded on each piece, add a glistening finish. Seen on the most elegant tables in the worldfrom American embassies to the finest hotelsPickard has been an American classic since 1893. Each piece is hand made in Illinois, using the companys exclusive clay and warm-white glaze. Crafted of fine porcelain.
  • $100
    Inspired by magnificent Persian motifs, Deshoulires' ornate Dhara salad plate reinterprets delicate filigrees found in a 17th-century poetry manuscript. Twelve colors from black to peacock blue give the design its depth, while platinum accents add a glint of shimmer. Artisans handcraft the collection from premium Limoges porcelain at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with platinum.
  • $135$150
    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 worldfrom American embassies to the finest hotelsPickard has been an American classic since 1893.