Denby Denby Heritage Pavilion Dinner Plate - Set of 4

The Denby Heritage Pavilion Dinner Plate- Set of 4 is a great start for building your dinnerware collection, or just as an addition to an already stocked cabinet. The Heritage Pavilion set is designed to have a retro vibe with modern update...s, and these dinner plates are sure to stir up some nostalgia for your grandmother's dinnerware. These stoneware plates have a blue and brown rim, and are great for casual everyday use. dishwasher-, microwave-, and freezer-safe makes cooking and clean-up a snap. About Denby Denby has its roots in England, where skilled craftsman have been making pottery using traditional methods for over 200 years. Though the time and styles have changed, Denby has kept pace, and today continues to make high-quality, beautiful, and timeless dinnerware. From its humble roots, Denby has spread all over the world, and is a top choice for brides and families looking to spruce up their dining sets. Even better, all of Denby's products are made for the modern kitchen, and are dishwasher-, oven-, microwave-, and freezer-safe. read more

Denby
$75.96 $104.00
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The Denby Heritage Terrace Dinner Plate- Set of 4 makes a casual dinner into a cozy affair. These stoneware dinner plates are perf...ect for everyday use with microwave, dishwasher, and freezer safe functionality. They're no slouch on the style front either- they feature a simple white center rimmed with rich blue and red-brown. Like all Denby pottery, these plates are handcrafted, giving each one a unique touch. About Denby Denby has its roots in England, where skilled craftsman have been making pottery using traditional methods for over 200 years. Though the time and styles have changed, Denby has kept pace, and today continues to make high-quality, beautiful, and timeless dinnerware. From its humble roots, Denby has spread all over the world, and is a top choice for brides and families looking to spruce up their dining sets. Even better, all of Denby's products are made for the modern kitchen, and are dishwasher-, oven-, microwave-, and freezer-safe. read more

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Dress up any table with a dinnerware starter set from Denby Casual dishes are available in classic regency green color option 16-p...iece set includes four each: coffee breaker mugs, soup/cereal bowls, salad plates and dinner plates Dimensions: Salad plate: 8.5 inches in diameter Bowl: 3.5 inches deep x 6.5 inches in diameter Dinner plate: 10 inches in diameter Mug: 4 inches deep x 3.5 inches in diameter read more

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Dress up any table with casual dinnerware from Denby Stoneware is painstakingly glazed by skilled craftsmen Truffle layers creamer... features gorgeous shades of mushroom and cream accented with subtle brushstrokes Strong, durable and chip-resistant Dishwasher, microwave, oven and freezer safe read more

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Intense and smooth, Truffle dinnerware is a welcome addition to any table Casual dinner plate features gorgeous shades of mushroom... and cream, perfect for comfort food Stoneware is painstakingly glazed by skilled craftsmen Strong, durable and chip-resistant Dishwasher, microwave, oven and freezer safe read more

Denby
$44.00 $63.91
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Intense and smooth, Truffle dinnerware is a welcome addition to any table Casual plate features gorgeous shades of mushroom and cr...eam, perfect for comfort food Stoneware is painstakingly glazed by skilled craftsmen Strong, durable and chip-resistant Dishwasher, microwave, oven and freezer safe read more

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Add casual style to your table setting with this two-tone place setting. Made of durable dishwasher-safe stoneware, this simple fo...ur piece place setting features a deep black exterior with a clean ivory interior. Color/pattern: Black/ivory Materials: Stoneware Care instructions: Dishwasher and microwave safe Service for: One 1 Number of pieces in set: Four 4 Set includes: One 1 dinner plate, one 1 salad/dessert plate, one 1 soup/cereal bowl, one 1 large curve mug Dinner plate diameter: 10.5 inches Salad/dessert plate diameter: 9 inches Soup/cereal bowl diameter: 6.5 inches Mug capacity: 10.5 ounces read more

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Update your casual dinnerware collection with a versatile and stylish jug Each piece of pottery is painstakingly glazed by skilled... craftsman Stoneware has a cool aquamarine finish to complement nearly any collection Crisp white interior is serene, fresh and relaxed Great for entertaining and everyday use Oven, microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe Measures 6 inches high x 6.5 inches in diameter read more

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Raise the temperature with a rice bowl from Denbys Fire collection Casual dinnerware is a great addition to any table Bowl is made... of stoneware Comprises rich, warm colors on the coolest curved shapes Pieces from the Fire Chilli range will spice up your dining Each piece of pottery is painstakingly glazed by skilled craftsman Strong, durable and chip-resistant Dishwasher-, microwave-, oven- and freezer-safe Measures 3 inches high x 8.5 inches in diameter read more

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Update your casual dinnerware collection with a stylish round casserole dish Each piece of pottery is painstakingly glazed by skil...led craftsman Stoneware has a cool aquamarine finish to complement nearly any collection Crisp white interior is serene, fresh and relaxed Great for entertaining and everyday use Oven, microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe Measures 4.25 inches high x 9 inches wide x 11 inches long read more

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Raise the temperature at your table with Denbys hottest casual dinnerware pattern Fire Stripes dinnerware features rich, warm colo...urs on the coolest curved shapes to spice up your dining Stoneware pottery plate is painstakingly glazed by skilled craftsmen Strong, durable and chip-resistant Dishwasher-, microwave-, oven- and freezer-safe Measures 10 inches in diameter x 2 inches high Fire Stripes pattern has solid cream middle with vibrant striped reds, oranges, browns and more on rim read more

Portmeirion
$66.00 $92.00
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About Portmeirion Strikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to ...Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the villages gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis. The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Groups design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion: Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conrans life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens. Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potters hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain thats casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

Portmeirion
$66.00 $92.00
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The Sophie Conran Biscuit Dinner Plate- 4pc set is a stylish, yet practical choice. Constructed of durable porcelain, these versat...ile dinner plates are safe for the freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher, making them perfect for everyday use and special occasions. About Portmeirion Strikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the villages gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis. The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Groups design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion: Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conrans life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens. Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potters hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain thats casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

Portmeirion
$52.80 $76.00
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About Portmeirion Strikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to ...Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the villages gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis. The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Groups design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion: Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conrans life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens. Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potters hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain thats casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

Portmeirion
$58.99 $76.00
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Set a stylish spread with the Sophie Conran Celadon Buffet Plate. Crafted of sturdy porcelain, this versatile piece of serveware i...s as beautiful as it is functional. Its safe for the freezer, microwave and oven, and cleans up easily in the dishwasher. Pull it out for family meals at the dining room table or dinner parties with friends. About Portmeirion Strikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the villages gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis. The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Groups design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion: Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conrans life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens. Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potters hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain thats casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

Portmeirion
$186.00 $232.50
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About Portmeirion Strikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to ...Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the villages gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis. The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Groups design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Pomona for Portmeirion: Classical in both its inspiration and its style, the Pomona Collection from Portmeirion Group is a garden of earthly delights. Named for the ancient Roman goddess of fruit and abundance, its lifelike patterns and fruit motifs are inspired by a collection of early 19th-century books of hand-colored botanical drawings. The Pomona Collection was introduced in 1982 by legendary designer and Portmeirion co-founder Susan Williams-Ellis, whose iconic garden- and botanical-themed designs are still among the worlds most popular casual tableware motifs. The Pomona Collections intricately detailed botanical drawings feature green leaf borders and multi-color fruit displays on a background of high-fired white earthenware. Each distinctive motif bears an elegant cursive title to indicate its botanical origins. These include The Hoary Morning Apple, The Teinton Squash Pear, The Wild Blackberry, The Roman Apricot, Grimwoods Royal George (Peach), and The Late Duke Cherry. Together, the multiple motifs and dishes of the Pomona Collection of serveware, dinnerware, and drinkware create bountiful opportunities for mixing and matching sets. Made of dense earthenware, these pieces are dishwasher-, microwave-, freezer-, and oven-safe (to 350F). Give nature its fullest expression in every season and setting with the Pomona Collection from Portmeirion. read more

Portmeirion
$66.00 $92.00
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A great dinner deserves great dinnerware, such as the Sophie Conran White Dinner Plate- 4pc set. Constructed of durable porcelain,... these versatile dinner plates are safe for the freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher, making them perfect for everyday use. About Portmeirion Strikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the villages gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis. The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Groups design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion: Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conrans life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens. Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potters hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain thats casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

Portmeirion
$138.00 $172.50
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About Portmeirion Strikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to ...Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the villages gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis. The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Groups design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Pomona for Portmeirion: Classical in both its inspiration and its style, the Pomona Collection from Portmeirion Group is a garden of earthly delights. Named for the ancient Roman goddess of fruit and abundance, its lifelike patterns and fruit motifs are inspired by a collection of early 19th-century books of hand-colored botanical drawings. The Pomona Collection was introduced in 1982 by legendary designer and Portmeirion co-founder Susan Williams-Ellis, whose iconic garden- and botanical-themed designs are still among the worlds most popular casual tableware motifs. The Pomona Collections intricately detailed botanical drawings feature green leaf borders and multi-color fruit displays on a background of high-fired white earthenware. Each distinctive motif bears an elegant cursive title to indicate its botanical origins. These include The Hoary Morning Apple, The Teinton Squash Pear, The Wild Blackberry, The Roman Apricot, Grimwoods Royal George (Peach), and The Late Duke Cherry. Together, the multiple motifs and dishes of the Pomona Collection of serveware, dinnerware, and drinkware create bountiful opportunities for mixing and matching sets. Made of dense earthenware, these pieces are dishwasher-, microwave-, freezer-, and oven-safe (to 350F). Give nature its fullest expression in every season and setting with the Pomona Collection from Portmeirion. read more

Portmeirion
$186.00 $232.50
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About Portmeirion Strikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to ...Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the villages gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis. The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Groups design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Pomona for Portmeirion: Classical in both its inspiration and its style, the Pomona Collection from Portmeirion Group is a garden of earthly delights. Named for the ancient Roman goddess of fruit and abundance, its lifelike patterns and fruit motifs are inspired by a collection of early 19th-century books of hand-colored botanical drawings. The Pomona Collection was introduced in 1982 by legendary designer and Portmeirion co-founder Susan Williams-Ellis, whose iconic garden- and botanical-themed designs are still among the worlds most popular casual tableware motifs. The Pomona Collections intricately detailed botanical drawings feature green leaf borders and multi-color fruit displays on a background of high-fired white earthenware. Each distinctive motif bears an elegant cursive title to indicate its botanical origins. These include The Hoary Morning Apple, The Teinton Squash Pear, The Wild Blackberry, The Roman Apricot, Grimwoods Royal George (Peach), and The Late Duke Cherry. Together, the multiple motifs and dishes of the Pomona Collection of serveware, dinnerware, and drinkware create bountiful opportunities for mixing and matching sets. Made of dense earthenware, these pieces are dishwasher-, microwave-, freezer-, and oven-safe (to 350F). Give nature its fullest expression in every season and setting with the Pomona Collection from Portmeirion. read more

Portmeirion
$52.80 $76.00
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Add some class to your dinnerware collection with the Sophie Conran Biscuit Salad Plate- 4pc set. Crafted of sturdy porcelain, the...se salad plates arent just ideal for plating veggies. They are safe for the freezer, oven, microwave, and dishwasher, making them perfect for a variety of uses. About Portmeirion Strikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the villages gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis. The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Groups design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion: Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conrans life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens. Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potters hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain thats casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

Portmeirion
$52.80 $76.00
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Dress up your everyday meals with the Sophie Conran Celadon Salad Plate- 4pc set. Crafted of sturdy porcelain, these plates arent ...just ideal for salads. They are safe for the freezer, microwave and dishwasher, making them perfect for a variety of dishes. About Portmeirion Strikingly beautiful, eminently practical, refreshingly affordable. These are the enduring values bequeathed to Portmeirion by its legendary co-founder and designer, Susan Williams-Ellis. Her father, architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, was the designer of Portmeirion, the North Wales village whose fanciful architecture has drawn tourists and artists from around the world (including the creators of the classic 1960s TV show The Prisoner). Inspired by her fine arts training and creation of ceramic gifts for the villages gift shop, Susan Williams-Ellis (along with her husband Euan Cooper-Willis) founded Portmeirion Pottery in 1960. After 50+ years of innovation, the Portmeirion Group is not only an icon of British design, but also a testament to the extraordinarily creative life of Susan Williams-Ellis. The style of Portmeirion dinnerware and serveware is marked by a passion for both pottery manufacturing and trend-setting design. Beautiful, tactile, nature-inspired patterns are a defining quality of Portmeirion housewares, from its world-renowned botanical designs modeled on antiquarian books to the breezy, natural colors of its porcelain and earthenware. Today, the Portmeirion Groups design legacy continues to evolve, through iconic brands such as Spode, the Pomona Classics collection, and the award-winning collaboration of Sophie Conran for Portmeirion. Sophie Conran for Portmeirion: Successful collaborations have provided design inspiration throughout Sophie Conrans life. Her father, designer Sir Terence Conran, and mother, food writer Caroline Conran, have been the pillars of her eclectic mix of cooking, writing, and interior design. In pairing with the iconic British housewares brand Portmeirion, Conran has created another successful collaboration: Sophie Conran for Portmeirion, an award-winning collection of dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for the practical, multi-functional needs of contemporary kitchens. Launched in 2006, Sophie Conran for Portmeirion immediately received the Elle Deco Style Award for Best in Kitchens, and two years later, the House Beautiful Award for Best in Tableware. The soulful, tactile beauty of these oven-to-tableware pieces is exemplified by rippled surfaces and edges that evoke a potters hand. This down-to-earth style is complemented by charming pastels, gentle earth tones, and classic whites and pinks, for a collection that will lighten and enliven contemporary kitchen decors. Though delicate to the eye and touch, these plates and bowls are built for durable performance, with microwave- and dishwasher-safe porcelain thats casual enough for breakfast and elegant enough for eye-catching dinners. read more

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