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Pattern Dinnerware

  • $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.
  • $72$576
    Turquoise-colored branches of coral adorn Raynaud's Cristobal pattern, each meticulously hand-finished. The design is scaled to each piece, edged in pure platinum, and accented in solid color on alternating pieces. A work of art for the table, Cristobal is made from translucent Limoges porcelain. Production requires each piece to pass through 30 pairs of hands from start to finish. The dinnerware is made in Limoges, France, by Raynaud & Co., established in 1849. Dishwasher safe.
  • $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.
  • $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.
  • $72$576
    Coral-colored branches of coral adorn Raynaud's Cristobal pattern, each meticulously hand-finished. The design is scaled to each piece, edged in pure platinum, and accented in solid color on alternating pieces. A work of art for the table, Cristobal is made from translucent Limoges porcelain. Production requires each piece to pass through 30 pairs of hands from start to finish. The dinnerware is made in Limoges, France, by Raynaud & Co., established in 1849. Dishwasher safe.
  • $68$140
    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 Oberon design is a timeless pattern from the English company, founded by Josiah Wedgwood in 1759. Dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended. The five-piece place setting includes a 10 3/4" diam. dinner plate, 8" diam. salad plate, 6" diam. bread and butter plate, 8-oz.
  • $79.95$109.95
    A magical forest of castles and animals enlivens our earthenware serving platters. Displaying this folkloric design from the 17th century, each hand-painted platter bears the touch of its artist and differs slightly in color and pattern. The heirloom-quality pieces are crafted at a small Portuguese pottery and destined to be the focal point of many an occasion. Small Platter, 19 1/4" x 13 1/2"; Large Platter, 23" x 15 1/2" diam. Hand wash. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $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 red fillet border. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. 11-oz. cups and 6 1/2" saucers, set of four. Made in Japan. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $49.95
    When entertaining, you'll appreciate having an extra set of teaspoons for serving dessert or after-dinner coffee. Designed for everyday dining, this century-old pattern is a true classic. Wallace Silversmiths makes each piece from 18/10 stainless steel, which has the gleam of silver and the durability of steel. Dishwasher safe. 6 1/4" long. Set of 4. Made in Korea. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $76$161
    Decorative motifs by Scottish neoclassical architect and designer Robert Adam inspired the iconic  pattern on this elegant dinnerware. 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. Dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended.
  • $22
    Silver Aster blends the best of Wedgwood heritage with contemporary silhouettes to produce a dinnerware design that elegantly suits any occasion. A subtle but striking platinum pattern rims fine white bone china. Josiah Wedgwood founded the English company in 1759, and the feathered detail, an iconic Wedgwood finish, proves timeless. Do not microwave. Dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended. 5 3/4" diam. Made in Indonesia.
  • $19.95
    As beautiful as it is practical, this open bowl keeps up salt at your fingertips beside the stove or on the table. Handcrafted of richly grained olive wood with an oil finish, it has a rounded interior for easy one-handed use, even when the salt gets low. Turned from olive wood, each bowl has a unique grain pattern. Finished with food-safe beeswax. Handcrafted by Brard, maker of fine wood products since 1892.
  • $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.
  • $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.
  • $29.95
    Our colorful serving platter recreates the rich look, weight and feel of hand-painted European ceramics but it's really madeof shatterproof melamine. Showcasing an antique Mediterranean pattern with soft brushstroke detailing, this ultra-sturdy platter is great for everything from appetizers and sides to main courses and desserts. It also mixes well with the other pieces in our Red Byzantine and Rustic Melamine collections. Count on it to breeze through many seasons of carefree meals, indoors or out.
  • $49.95
    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. 13-oz. mugs (4" high), set of four. Made in Japan. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $29.95
    Our colorful serving platter recreates the rich look, weight and feel of hand-painted European ceramics but it's really madeof shatterproof melamine. Showcasing an antique Mediterranean pattern with soft brushstroke detailing, this ultra-sturdy platter is great for everything from appetizers and sides to main courses and desserts. The platter layers well with the other pieces in our Blue Byznatine and Rustic Melamine collections.
  • $49.95
    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 red fillet border. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. 13-oz. mugs (4" high), set of four. Made in Japan. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $80
    A graceful update on Waterfords signature Lismore design, Essence stemware has lighter-walled, rounded bowls and slender stems that give each piece a contemporary look. The bowls elaborate diamond and wedge cuts reflect the original pattern, inspired by Irelands spectacular Lismore Castle and a worldwide favorite for more than 60 years.  24% leaded glass crystal is carefully blown, cut and polished. Made in Europe by Waterford, producers of fine crystal since 1783.
  • $80
    The Essence collection, a graceful update on Waterfords signature Lismore crystal, is elevated to the extraordinary with hand-painted rims in 24-karat gold. In contrast to the original Lismore design, Essence has a slender stem and a lighter-walled, rounded bowl. The bowls elaborate diamond and wedge cuts reflect the original pattern, inspired by Irelands spectacular Lismore Castle and a worldwide favorite for more than 60 years.
  • $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-oz. cups and 6 1/2" saucers, set of four. Made in Japan. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $99.95
    The classic hand-painted pattern of these earthenware soup bowls is a longtime Williams-Sonoma favorite. Its 17th-century depiction of forests, castles and animals is based on traditional European folklore. Each bowl is crafted at a small Portuguese pottery where ceramists rely on time-honored techniques to meticulously decorate it by hand. Hand-wash. 1-qt. cap., 9 1/2" diam. soup bowls, set of two. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $68$140
    Silver Aster blends the best of Wedgwood heritage with contemporary silhouettes to produce a dinnerware design that elegantly suits any occasion. A subtle but striking platinum pattern rims fine white bone china. Josiah Wedgwood founded the English company in 1759, and the feathered detail, an iconic Wedgwood finish, proves timeless. Do not microwave. Dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended. The five-piece place setting includes a 10 3/4" diam. dinner plate, 8" diam. salad plate, 6" diam.
  • $49.95
    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. 21 oz. cap., 5 1/2" x 3" high cereal bowls, set of four. Made in Japan. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $59.95
    Our colorful bowls re-create the rich look, weight and feel of hand-painted European ceramics but theyre actually made of shatterproof melamine. Showcasing an antique Mediterranean pattern with soft brushstroke detailing in vibrant colors, the pieces have a pleasing weight not found in typical melamine dinnerware. The bowls will breeze through many seasons of carefree meals, indoors or out, and they layer well with the other pieces in our Byzantine and Rustic Melamine collections.
  • $610$715
    Coral-colored branches of coral adorn Raynaud's Cristobal pattern, each meticulously hand-finished. The design is scaled to each piece, edged in pure platinum, and accented in solid color on alternating pieces. A work of art for the table, Cristobal is made from translucent Limoges porcelain. Production requires each piece to pass through 30 pairs of hands from start to finish. The dinnerware is made in Limoges, France, by Raynaud & Co., established in 1849. Dishwasher safe. Salad Bowl, 10" diam.
  • $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.
  • $75$225
    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. Vegetable Bowl, 9 1/2" diam.; Oval Platter 15" long. Made in France.
  • $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.
  • $36
    Silver Aster blends the best of Wedgwood heritage with contemporary silhouettes to produce a dinnerware design that elegantly suits any occasion. A subtle but striking platinum pattern rims fine white bone china. Josiah Wedgwood founded the English company in 1759, and the feathered detail, an iconic Wedgwood finish, proves timeless. Do not microwave. Dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended. 8-oz. cap. Made in Indonesia.
  • $23
    Silver Aster blends the best of Wedgwood heritage with contemporary silhouettes to produce a dinnerware design that elegantly suits any occasion. A subtle but striking platinum pattern rims fine white bone china. The feathered detail, an iconic Wedgwood finish, proves timeless. Josiah Wedgwood founded the English company in 1759, and the feathered detail, an iconic Wedgwood finish, proves timeless. Do not microwave. Dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended. 8" diam. Made in Indonesia.
  • $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.