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Traditional Salad Plate

  • Sugg. Price: $43.95 Sale $24.99
    The brilliant hues and graceful motifs of traditional Ottoman tilework inspired the unique design of these plates. Each colorful embossed design is highlighted by the rich brushstrokes of hand-painted detailing. An eye-catching addition to seasonal table settings, the plates provide gorgeous presentation for everything from appetizers and salads to your favorite desserts. Made of glazed stoneware. Like all hand-detailed pieces, each plate in the set is slightly different. Microwavable and dishwasher safe.
  • Sugg. Price: $118 Our Price: $79.95
    The classic hand-painted pattern of these earthenware salad plates 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. The pieces feature a new creamy white background that sets off the intricate design. Hand-wash. 8" diam. Set of four. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $72
    Timeless in design, these salad plates are by Apilco, the French company that has supplied culinary professionals with restaurant-quality porcelain wares since 1906. The high-fired porcelain is wonderfully versatile and suitable for everyday dining as well as entertaining. Microwavable; oven and dishwasher safe. 8 1/2" Salad plates, set of four.
  • $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.