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Handcrafted Salad Dinnerware

  • $49.95
    Handcrafted of richly grained acacia hardwood, our Providence collection features refined shapes with rustic, natural warmth. Artisans carefully match, join and lathe turn the wood, then finish each piece by hand to highlight its unique character. The generously sized serve bowl can hold mounds of green salad or movie-night popcorn. Handcrafted of lathe-turned acacia wood. Natural variations in the wood's tone and grain make each one unique. Lacquer top-coat protects the wood and makes cleanup easy.
  • $39.95
    Our handcrafted servers celebrate the organic beauty of nature, combining stone handles with carved ebony wood implements. Sustainably harvested from island forests, ebony is an exotic wood prized for its lustrous coloration and intricate grain. These elegant utensils are great for tossing and portioning salads or use them for serving side dishes. As with all pieces crafted from natural materials, each is one-of-a-kind. Hand wash. Includes a 15 1/2" fork and 15 1/2" spoon. Made in the Philippines.
  • $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.
  • $46
    Lustrous, recessed dots shimmer like water droplets in this salad plates matte rim, bringing a modern mix of textures to the classic Limoges porcelain. Designed for sophisticated layering, the collection is offered in pristine white, with select accent pieces rimmed in platinum. All are handcrafted by master artisans and enamellers in the workshops of Bernardaud, a family-owned company since 1863. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain with White or Platinum glaze.
  • $160
    Lustrous, recessed dots shimmer like water droplets in this salad plates matte rim, bringing a modern mix of textures to the classic Limoges porcelain. Designed for sophisticated layering, the collection is offered in pristine white, with select accent pieces rimmed in platinum. All are handcrafted by master artisans and enamellers in the workshops of Bernardaud, a family-owned company since 1863. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain with White or Platinum glaze.
  • $19.95
    Handcrafted of richly grained acacia hardwood, our Providence collection features refined shapes with rustic, natural warmth. Artisans carefully match, join and lathe turn the wood, then finish each piece by hand to highlight its unique character. These versatile utensils are great for tossing leafy greens, seasonal fruit salads and piping-hot side dishes. Handcrafted of lathe-turned acacia wood. Natural variations in the woods tone and grain make each one unique.
  • $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.
  • $45
    Decorated with atmospheric views of historic China, Blue Canton dinnerware has been a favorite since Colonial times and was even set on the table of President George Washington. Pagodas, bridges and landscapes appear in finely shaded cobalt blues on the bread plate, re-creating the design of the original Export wares. 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.
  • $36
    Lustrous, recessed dots shimmer like water droplets in this bread plates matte rim, bringing a modern mix of textures to the classic Limoges porcelain. Designed for sophisticated layering, the collection is offered in pristine white, with select accent pieces rimmed in platinum. All are handcrafted by master artisans and enamellers in the workshops of Bernardaud, a family-owned company since 1863. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain with White glaze.
  • $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.
  • $48$106
    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, a family-own company founded in 1863. Dishwasher safe.
  • $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.
  • $50
    Decorated with atmospheric views of historic China, Blue Canton dinnerware has been a favorite since Colonial times and was even set on the table of President George Washington. Pagodas, bridges and landscapes appear in finely shaded cobalt blues on the salad plate, re-creating the design of the original Export wares. 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.
  • $26$53
    Ornamented with two simple, hand-applied bands of platinum, the Cristal pattern embodies understated elegance. A classic choice for every occasion, the pattern also mixes beautifully with other dinnerware and serving pieces. Cristal is handcrafted from translucent porcelain by the artisans of Bernardaud, a family-owned company since 1863. Dishwasher safe. Dinner Plate, 10 1/2" diam.; Salad Plate, 8 1/4" diam.; Bread & Butter Plate, 6 1/4" diam.; Teacup and Saucer, 5-oz. cap., 5 1/2" diam.
  • $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.
  • $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.