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Gold Oval Platter

  • $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.
  • $180$205
    Decorative motifs by Scottish neoclassical architect and designer Robert Adam inspired the iconic pattern on this platter and serving bowl. The pure oval forms mingle gracefully in a bold Wedgwood blue, decorated with intricate gilded detailing and a neoclassical laurel border from the Wedgwood archives. Made of fine bone china. Finished with a hand-lined gold band. Pieces coordinate with Wedgewood Renaissance dinnerware collection.
  • $184$262
    American-made classics since 1893, custom-designed Pickard porcelain graces some of the most elegant tables in the world, including American embassies, the United Nations and international hotels. Create your own custom serving set with Pickard's Signature Monogram collection, crafted in Illinois using the company's exclusive clay and warm-white glaze. Each elegant serving piece is personalized with your monogram in burnished gold. Crafted of fine porcelain.
  • $112$488
    Baroque style gets a modern update in Frivole, a colorful pattern with playful style. Each piece is crafted of translucent white porcelain, then decorated and detailed by hand in coordinating motifs: Leafy green scrolls border the dinner plate, salad plate and cup, while deep-purple brushstrokes create stylized petals on the saucer and bread plate. Fillets of 24k gold finish each rim. Each piece is meticulously handcrafted and painted by Bernardaud, founded in 1863 and still family owned. Dishwasher safe.
  • $169$247
    American-made classics since 1893, custom-designed Pickard porcelain graces some of the most elegant tables in the world, including American embassies, the United Nations and international hotels. These elegant serving pieces from Pickard's Signature collection are crafted in Illinois using the company's exclusive clay and warm-white glaze. Each is finished with hand-painted filets in burnished 24-karat gold. Crafted of fine porcelain. Detailed with 24-karat gold rim fillets. Dishwasher safe. Made in USA.
  • $160$190
    The Oberon pattern displays its classic chinoiserie style with sage, ivory and black borders punctuated by delicate brackets and accented with red highlights and 22k gold. Floral vines in equally rich tones decorate select pieces. The translucent bone china is meticulously handcrafted in Staffordshire, England, where Josiah Wedgwood founded the company in 1759. Dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended. Open Vegetable Platter, 9 3/4" long; Oval Platter, 13 3/4" x11". Made in the United Kingdom.
  • $298$510
    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, founded in 1863 and still family owned. Dishwasher safe. Vegetable Bowl, 9 1/2" diam.; Oval Platter, 15" long. Made in France.
  • $440$736
    Cornflowers, delicate garlands with sky-blue accents and hand-painted fillets of 24k gold grace Alle Royale with charm. Thirty master ceramists and painters contribute to each piece, from casting the fine Limoges porcelain to hand applying the decoration. Raynaud & Co. of Limoges was founded in 1849. Dishwasher safe. Vegetable Bowl, 9 1/2" long; Oval Platter, 16" long. Made in France.
  • $224$534
    Delicate brushstrokes of gold and platinum form a rhythmic border in Haviland's classic Tambour pattern, which takes its name from the French word for "drum." Master artisans hand paint the fillets and graduated circles on white porcelain from Limoges, France, where Haviland dinnerware has been made produced 1842. Dishwasher safe. Vegetable Bowl, 9 1/4" long; Oval Platter, 15 1/2" long. Made in France.