1) Faenza, Scalloped Dinner Plate
The role of Faenza in the ceramics field is well-known: its name, in the French version Faience, has meant for centuries a prestigious kind of ceramics; no other ceramics-producing city can boast of having kept its stoves alight since ancient Middle Age. The Garofano design was initially developed in the Italian region of Lombardia, but it later became a world-famous signature-pattern from the Majolica town of Faenza.
2) Deruta Ceramiche Sberna 4 for Dinner Set w/ Dinner Plate & First Course Scodella
This place setting for a seating of four would make the perfect wedding gift or gift to yourself! Each piece was handcrafted and hand-painted by Sberna in the Umbrian town of Deruta, Italy. The black and white background enhances the beauty of the fruits, the lemon, pomegranate, grapes, and apple that circle the plate. The delicate butterfly is a wonderful accent.
3) Deruta Labor Ceramiche Disegno Vario Yellow 9.5″ Dinner Plate
This 9.5″ ceramic plate was handcrafted and painted by the artisan’s Labor Deruta of Deruta, Umbria, Italy. It is dishwasher safe, but we caution against putting it in an industrial-strength dishwasher, such as one a restaurant would have, or a microwave.