An unexpected dinnerware line created by French designer Coline le Corre. A refined, geometric approach, inspired by the noble marble of Carrara. * Dinner Plate (11”) * Salad/Dessert Plate (8.75") * Bread Plate (6.4”)

Carrara

An unexpected dinnerware line created by French designer Coline le Corre. A refined, geometric approach, inspired by the noble marble of Carrara.

This luminescent collection represents a collaboration with Lindsay Emery, the North Carolina-based ceramicist at the helm of Suite One Studio. Each and every only-here piece is inspired by watercolor paintings and finished with a flourish of genuine gold.

Mimira Small Platter

Lindsay Emery - the artist, designer and ceramicist at the helm of Suite One Studio - crafts colorful, small-batch tableware by hand in North Carolina.

Ideal for picnics and casual outdoor dining, this shatterproof, bamboo melamine plate is topped with a graphic, leafy print.- Bamboo fiber, melamine-

Tropical Foliage Melamine Plate

Instead of disposable paper or plastic plates, elevate your next outdoor dinner party with unbreakable melamine dishes that bring style to the table.

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Revella Dinner Plate

Add a painterly flourish to tabletops with this colourful collection, finished in artful violet hues

Beautiful hand turned plate, made in London from local sustainably sourced Oak. The perfect rustic addition to your table, for eating, serving and displaying. Each plate has slight colour and grain variations, making your piece unique.

English Oak Plate

Beautiful hand turned plate, made in London from local sustainably sourced Oak. The perfect rustic addition to your table, for eating, serving and displaying. Each plate has slight colour and grain variations, making your piece unique.

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