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Glazed Hand Painted Dinnerware

  • Sugg. Price: $69.95 Sale $55.99
    Reminiscent of the rustic tableware youd find in a French farmhouse kitchen, our handcrafted tureen is perfect for bringing piping-hot soup or chili to the table. The durable, heat-retaining stoneware helps keep soups and stews warm throughout your meal, and a cutout in the lid lets you rest a ladle inside. Pair the tureen with our Farmhouse bowls for a complete, coordinating soup course. Glazed hand-cast stoneware with hand-painted rims for subtle contrast.
  • $49.95
    In the grand palace gardens of Versailles, the orangerie was a favorite of legendary Sun King Louis XIV. His beloved citrus trees flourished there, providing the royal family and guests with ripe fruit all year long. Our serving bowl pays tribute to the orangeries of France with intricate artwork of oranges. Made of glazed earthenware. Decorated with illustrations of orangse and lemons. Hand-painted green rim. Microwavable and dishwasher safe.
  • $49.95
    Bring the orchard to your table with our Italian serving bowl, decorated with fall fruits at the peak of ripeness. A vibrant complement to pasta, side dishes and salads, the durable earthenware is glazed by hand and finished with a hand-painted green rim and ivory underside. Crafted of durable stoneware with a hand-painted rim. Microwaveable; oven, freezer and dishwasher safe. Made in Italy.
  • $160
    Magnificently embellished with 27 colors and hand-painted 22-karat gold, Tobacco Leaf was the 18th centurys most coveted pattern and still looks bold and brilliant today. A tiny phoenix perches amid the teacup and saucers bouquet of lush leaves and flowers of the Nicotiana plant, while delicate scallops and blooms festoon the saucers rim.
  • $49.95
    In the grand palace gardens of Versailles, the orangerie was a favorite of legendary Sun King Louis XIV. His beloved citrus trees flourished there, providing the royal family and guests with ripe fruit all year long. Our serving platter pays tribute to the orangeries of France with intricate botanical artwork of the fruit. Made of glazed earthenware. Decorated with illustrations of orangse and lemons. Hand-painted green rim. Microwavable and dishwasher safe.
  • $39.95
    Chuck Williams spotted this jug in the bar of Rome's famed Hotel Hassler, where patrons delighted in asking for whiskeys with "chicken water." After tracking down the Italian manufacturer, our master sleuth began importing the jug, which is made of fully glazed earthenware and handpainted in the Deruta style. 28-oz. cap.; 8 1/2" high. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $455
    Magnificently embellished with 27 colors and hand-painted 22-karat gold, Tobacco Leaf was the 18th centurys most coveted pattern and still looks bold and brilliant today. A tiny phoenix perches atop the serving bowls bouquet of lush leaves and flowers of the Nicotiana plant, while delicate scallops and blooms festoon the rim. Each piece is beautifully handcrafted of white porcelain and hand glazed by the artisans of Mottahedeh, a company dedicated to reproducing treasured antique patterns since the 1950s.
  • $59.95
    Bring the orchard to your table with our Italian serving platter, decorated with fall fruits at the peak of ripeness. A vibrant complement to hors d'oeuvres and roasted meats, the durable earthenware is glazed by hand and finished with a hand-painted green rim and ivory underside. Crafted of durable stoneware with a hand-painted rim. Microwaveable; oven, freezer and dishwasher safe. Made in Italy.
  • $49.95
    In the grand palace gardens of Versailles, the orangerie was a favorite of legendary Sun King Louis XIV. His beloved citrus trees flourished there, providing the royal family and guests with ripe fruit all year long. Our bowls pay tribute to the orangeries of France with intricate artwork of citrus fruits. Made of glazed earthenware. Decorated with illustrations of lemons, oranges, limes and grapefruits. Hand-painted green rim.
  • $385
    Magnificently embellished with 27 colors and hand-painted 22-karat gold, Tobacco Leaf was the 18th centurys most coveted pattern and still looks bold and brilliant today. A tiny phoenix perches atop the platters bouquet of lush leaves and flowers of the Nicotiana plant, while delicate scallops and blooms festoon the octagonal rim.
  • $149
    Our sculptural bowl is hand thrown in the Qinghai Ci tradition and painted with delicate blossoms. Crafted and decorated in the Ming style, the bowl is painted inside and out in classic cobalt blue on white and finished with an organic glazed rim. Handcrafted of fine kaolin porcelain. Hand painted in traditional blue-and-white semigloss glaze. Variations inherent in handcrafting make each piece unique. For decorative use only.
  • $495
    Embracing the sensitivity of traditional Japanese artistry, this superbly crafted piece is rendered in high-fired clay with an old-world design of star anise leaf. A hand-painted glaze in espresso and cream enhances the bowls natural warmth. 15" diam., 7" high. Handcrafted of fine, high-fired clay. Exterior pattern is offset by a crackle-glazed interior. Hand painted inside and out with a smooth semigloss glaze. Variations inherent in handcrafting make each piece unique. For decorative use only.
  • $350
    Hand painted with imperial chrysanthemums and vines, our elegant bowl displays the artistry of Chinese ceramics on a grand scale. Crafted and decorated in the Ming style, the generously sized vessel is painted inside and out in classic cobalt blue on white and finished with an organic glazed rim. 20 3/4" diam., 9" high. Handcrafted of fine kaolin porcelain. Hand painted in traditional blue-and-white semigloss glaze. Variations inherent in handcrafting make each piece unique. For decorative use only.
  • $249
    This beautiful plate stands at the center of the Passover seder, a joyful and ceremonial meal. An heirloom piece that will be used for generations, its crafted of glazed porcelain with a hand-painted rim of platinum or 24-karat gold. In accordance with tradition, the main plate displays the Hebrew word Pesach (Passover) inside a Star of David while the six individual dishes are labeled with the symbolic foods of the seder.
  • $580
    The Muse dOrsay in Paris lent its Beaux Arts elegance to this porcelain serve bowl, 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.
  • $60
    The Muse dOrsay in Paris lent its Beaux Arts elegance to this porcelain saucer, 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.
  • $59.95
    Bring the orchard to your table with our Italian bowls, decorated with fall fruits at the peak of ripeness. A vibrant complement to everything from pastas to soups and salads, the durable earthenware is glazed by hand and finished with hand-painted green rims and ivory undersides. Crafted of durable stoneware with hand-painted rims. Microwaveable; oven, freezer and dishwasher safe. Made in Italy. Set of four, all one design.
  • $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.
  • $525
    The Muse dOrsay in Paris lent its Beaux Arts elegance to this porcelain platter, 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.
  • $59.95
    Bring the orchard to your table with our Italian salad plates, decorated with fall fruits at the peak of ripeness. A vibrant complement to pasta, hors d'oeuvres and salads, the durable earthenware is glazed by hand and finished with hand-painted green rims and ivory undersides. Crafted of durable stoneware with hand-painted rims. Microwaveable; oven, freezer and dishwasher safe. Made in Italy. Set of four, all one design.
  • $55
    Inspired by a Chiing Dynasty porcelain service, Blue Lace features delicate, cornflower-blue lacework rims with teardrop borders and fillets of hand-painted 22-karat gold. For all its elegant detail, the rim has the subtlety of a solid color and makes the soup plate easy to pair with other patterned dinnerware. Each piece is beautifully handcrafted of white porcelain and hand glazed by the artisans of Mottahedeh, a company dedicated to reproducing treasured antique patterns since the 1950s.
  • $40
    Inspired by a Chiing Dynasty porcelain service, Blue Lace features delicate, cornflower-blue lacework rims with teardrop borders and fillets of hand-painted 22-karat gold. For all its elegant detail, the rim has the subtlety of a solid color and makes the bread plate easy to pair with other patterned dinnerware. Each piece is beautifully handcrafted of white porcelain and hand glazed by the artisans of Mottahedeh, a company dedicated to reproducing treasured antique patterns since the 1950s.
  • $95
    Magnificently embellished with 27 colors and hand-painted 22-karat gold, Tobacco Leaf was the 18th centurys most coveted pattern and still looks bold and brilliant today. A tiny phoenix perches atop the bread plates bouquet of lush leaves and flowers of the Nicotiana plant, while delicate scallops and blooms festoon the rim. Each piece is beautifully handcrafted of white porcelain and hand glazed by the artisans of Mottahedeh, a company dedicated to reproducing treasured antique patterns since the 1950s.
  • $44.95
    In the grand palace gardens of Versailles, the orangerie was a favorite of legendary Sun King Louis XIV. His beloved citrus trees flourished there, providing the royal family and guests with ripe fruit all year long. Our plates pay tribute to the orangeries of France with intricate artwork of citrus fruits. Made of glazed earthenware. Decorated with illustrations of lemons, oranges, limes and grapefruits. Hand-painted green rim.
  • $145
    Magnificently embellished with 27 colors and hand-painted 22-karat gold, Tobacco Leaf was the 18th centurys most coveted pattern and still looks bold and brilliant today. A tiny phoenix perches atop the salad plates bouquet of lush leaves and flowers of the Nicotiana plant, while delicate scallops and blooms festoon the rim. Each piece is beautifully handcrafted of white porcelain and hand glazed by the artisans of Mottahedeh, a company dedicated to reproducing treasured antique patterns since the 1950s.
  • $50
    Inspired by a Chiing Dynasty porcelain service, Blue Lace features delicate, cornflower-blue lacework rims with teardrop borders and fillets of hand-painted 22-karat gold. For all its elegant detail, the rim has the subtlety of a solid color and makes the salad plate easy to pair with other patterned dinnerware. Each piece is beautifully handcrafted of white porcelain and hand glazed by the artisans of Mottahedeh, a company dedicated to reproducing treasured antique patterns since the 1950s.
  • $55
    Inspired by a Chiing Dynasty porcelain service, Blue Lace features delicate, cornflower-blue lacework rims with teardrop borders and fillets of hand-painted 22-karat gold. For all its elegant detail, the rim has the subtlety of a solid color and makes the dinner plate easy to pair with other patterned dinnerware. Each piece is beautifully handcrafted of white porcelain and hand glazed by the artisans of Mottahedeh, a company dedicated to reproducing treasured antique patterns since the 1950s.
  • $175
    Magnificently embellished with 27 colors and hand-painted 22-karat gold, Tobacco Leaf was the 18th centurys most coveted pattern and still looks bold and brilliant today. A tiny phoenix perches atop the dinner plates bouquet of lush leaves and flowers of the Nicotiana plant, while delicate scallops and blooms festoon the rim. Each piece is beautifully handcrafted of white porcelain and hand glazed by the artisans of Mottahedeh, a company dedicated to reproducing treasured antique patterns since the 1950s.
  • $120
    The Muse dOrsay in Paris lent its Beaux Arts elegance to this porcelain soup bowl, 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.
  • $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.
  • $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.