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White Porcelain Plate

  • $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. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. 11 1/4" dinner plates, set of four. Made in Japan. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • Sugg. Price: $119.95 Sale $89.99
    Apilco white porcelain has been part of the Williams-Sonoma heritage ever since Chuck Williams traveled to France in 1962 and brought the dinnerware back to his San Francisco store. As a tribute to that history, we are proud to present a special collection of Apilco porcelain dinnerware featuring the Williams-Sonoma Grand Cuisine logo. These durable, restaurant-quality dinner plates are versatile for entertaining as well as everyday meals. High-fired white porcelain made by Apilco of France.
  • $59.95
    From France, this white porcelain dinnerware is as sturdy as it is stylish. The plates and bowls feature a classic coupe design with a gentle contour and sleek rim. Thanks to an innovative formulation of various clays, the porcelain's delicate appearance belies its strength. Dressed up or down with formal or casual linens, flatware and glassware, this versatile dinnerware coordinates easily with patterned pieces.
  • $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.
  • Sugg. Price: $67.95 Sale $53.99
    Apilco white porcelain has been part of the Williams-Sonoma heritage ever since Chuck Williams traveled to France in 1962 and brought the dinnerware back to his San Francisco store. As a tribute to that history, we are proud to present a special collection of Apilco porcelain dinnerware featuring the Williams-Sonoma Grand Cuisine logo. These durable, restaurant-quality bread plates are versatile for entertaining as well as everyday meals. High-fired white porcelain made by Apilco of France.
  • $124.95
    From France, this white porcelain dinnerware is as sturdy as it is stylish. The plates and bowls feature a classic coupe design with a gentle contour and sleek rim. Thanks to an innovative formulation of various clays, the porcelain's delicate appearance belies its strength. Dressed up or down with formal or casual linens, flatware and glassware, this versatile dinnerware coordinates easily with patterned pieces.
  • $75.95
    This versatile white porcelain dinnerware is grandly sized to accommodate hearty portions. The sturdy, substantial dishes were originally designed for use in fine restaurants, where chefs have praised their ability to showcase the colors and textures of various foods. They're made in France by Apilco, suppliers of top-quality porcelain to culinary professionals since 1906. Microwavable; freezer, oven and dishwasher safe. Bread and butter plates, set of four.
  • $99.95
    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.
  • $70
    Inspired by magnificent Persian motifs, Deshoulires' ornate Dhara bread and butter plate reinterprets delicate filigrees found in a 17th-century poetry manuscript. Our new warm color palette features twelve shades from saffron to vermilion, with gilded accents adding a hint of shimmer. Artisans handcraft the collection from premium Limoges porcelain at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with gold.
  • $99.95
    The delicate beading that distinguishes this white porcelain dinnerware reminds us of the hemstitched borders of fine table linens. Produced for us by Apilco, one of France's leading manufacturers of porcelain dinnerware, the collection features a complete selection of open-stock pieces. 8 1/2" salad plates, set of four. Microwavable; oven and dishwasher safe. Made in France. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $110
    Inspired by magnificent Persian motifs, Deshoulires' ornate Dhara dinner plate reinterprets delicate filigrees found in a 17th-century poetry manuscript. Our new warm color palette features twelve shades from saffron to vermilion, with gilded accents adding a hint of shimmer. Artisans handcraft the collection from premium Limoges porcelain Handcrafted of premium high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with gold. Layers beautifully with all of our French white porcelain dinnerware. Dishwasher safe.
  • $107.95
    This versatile white porcelain dinnerware is grandly sized to accommodate hearty portions. The sturdy, substantial dishes were originally designed for use in fine restaurants, where chefs have praised their ability to showcase the colors and textures of various foods. They're made in France by Apilco, suppliers of top-quality porcelain to culinary professionals since 1906. Microwavable; freezer, oven and dishwasher safe. 10" diam.; 9 oz. cap. Set of four.
  • $99.95
    The delicate beading that distinguishes this white porcelain dinnerware reminds us of the hemstitched borders of fine table linens. Produced for us by Apilco, one of France's leading manufacturers of porcelain dinnerware, the collection features a complete selection of open-stock pieces. 8 3/4" soup plates, set of four. Microwavable; oven and dishwasher safe. Made in France. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $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.
  • $65
    Inspired by Florentine architecture, colonnades of dove-gray glaze and hand-decorated fillets of gold ring this bread plate with exquisite detail. Pristine white Limoges porcelain complements the refined motif and gives the collection enduring, heirloom quality. Master artisans handcraft the collection at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with gold rims.
  • $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.
  • $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. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. 9" salad plates, set of four. Made in Japan. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $107.95
    This versatile white porcelain dinnerware is grandly sized to accommodate hearty portions. The sturdy, substantial dishes were originally designed for use in fine restaurants, where chefs have praised their ability to showcase the colors and textures of various foods. They're made in France by Apilco, suppliers of top-quality porcelain to culinary professionals since 1906. Microwavable; freezer, oven and dishwasher safe. 9 1/2" salad plates, set of four.
  • $24
    Black rims lend a French accent to our classic everyday dishes, inspired by the dinnerware used in bistros and brasseries. Sturdy, stylish and affordable, the porcelain ware is designed for relaxed meals with family and friends and the classic design shows off food beautifully. The collection pairs well with our Open Kitchen serving pieces and other white porcelain. Ideal for serving salads, these versatile plates are equally useful for appetizers, first courses and desserts.
  • $107.95
    From France, this white porcelain dinnerware is as sturdy as it is stylish. The plates and bowls feature a classic coupe design with a gentle contour and sleek rim. Thanks to an innovative formulation of various clays, the porcelain's delicate appearance belies its strength. Dressed up or down with formal or casual linens, flatware and glassware, this versatile dinnerware coordinates easily with patterned pieces.
  • $29.95
    Our classic white porcelain plates are elegant enough for the formal table, yet durable enough for lively casual gatherings. The restaurant-quality plates are high-fired to provide years of service, making them an excellent value. They're perfect for hot or cold appetizers or use them for serving artisanal cheeses and their traditional accompaniments. Microwave and dishwasher safe. 7" diam. Made in China.
  • $125
    Inspired by magnificent Persian motifs, Deshoulires' ornate Dhara soup bowl reinterprets delicate filigrees found in a 17th-century poetry manuscript. Twelve colors from black to peacock blue give the design its depth, while platinum accents add a glint of shimmer. Artisans handcraft the collection from premium Limoges porcelain at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with platinum.
  • $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.
  • $70
    Inspired by magnificent Persian motifs, Deshoulires' ornate Dhara bread plate reinterprets delicate filigrees found in a 17th-century poetry manuscript. Twelve colors from black to peacock blue give the design its depth, while platinum accents add a glint of shimmer. Artisans handcraft the collection from premium Limoges porcelain at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with hand-painted platinum.
  • $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.
  • $17$37
    Exemplifying a contemporary yet classic aesthetic, our Naxos dinnerware is simple and refined. Geometric motifs give depth and force to pure white porcelain, providing a clean canvas for your own culinary masterpieces. The porcelain ware is made by Bernardaud, the venerable family-run company established in Limoges in 1863. Dishwasher safe. Bread & Butter Plates, 6 1/4" diam.; Dinner Plates, 10 1/2" diam.; Salad Plates, 8 1/4" diam.; Tea Saucers, 5 1/2" diam.; Teacups, 5-oz. cap.; Rimmed Soup Bowl, 9" diam.
  • $17$39
    Inspired by the famous Louvre Museum in Paris, our dinnerware is a reflection of French architectural history, beauty and elegance. Engraved with intricate scrolling and fluting, the pieces are masterfully crafted from Limoges white porcelain by the artisans of Bernardaud, a family-owned company since 1863. Dishwasher safe. Bread & Butter Plates, 6 1/4" diam.; Dinner Plates, 10 1/2" diam.; Salad Plates, 8 1/4" diam.; Tea Saucers, 5 1/2" diam.; Teacups, 5-oz. cap.; Rimmed Soup Bowl, 9" diam. Made in France.
  • $110
    Inspired by magnificent Persian motifs, Deshoulires' ornate Dhara dinner plate reinterprets delicate filigrees found in a 17th-century poetry manuscript. Twelve colors from black to peacock blue give the design its depth, while platinum accents add a glint of shimmer. Artisans handcraft the collection from premium Limoges porcelain at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with platinum.
  • $80$560
    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 produced since 1842. Dishwasher safe. The five-piece place setting includes an 11" diam. dinner plate, 8 3/4" diam. salad plate, 6 1/4" diam. bread and butter plate, 6.8-oz. cap. teacup and 5 3/4" diam. saucer.
  • $95
    Inspired by Florentine architecture, colonnades of dove-gray glaze and hand-decorated fillets of gold ring this dinner plate with exquisite detail. Pristine white Limoges porcelain complements the refined motif and gives the collection enduring, heirloom quality. Master artisans handcraft the collection at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with gold rims.
  • $55
    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 dinner 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.