Porcelain Gold-Rimmed Dinnerware
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Glam meets grit.
Designer Sarah Cihat lends a little light to a hand thrown ceramic plates and bowls by finishing the “decayed” edge of each in 22 karat gold. We think they have just the right amount of glimmer, and rough-hewn, unfinished edges keep them from feeling too precious. The handmade pieces are each unique in their organic, slightly irregular casting.
The dinnerware is available in a creamy ivory with a yellow gold edge or a blue-ish grey with a white gold edge. The glazed, shiny plate tops (and interior of the bowls) are easy to clean and the undersides (or exterior of the bowls) are velvety matte. The plates are available in a dinner or salad size and the bowls come in a small soup bowl size or a larger size suited for cereals (or many scoops of ice cream).
Photography by James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Hand casted porcelain, glazed interior, matte exterior, 22 karat gold rim
Salad plate is 7.5" in diameter x 0.5" H; Dinner plate is 10" in diameter x 1" H; Soup bowl is 5" in diameter x 2.25" H, holds approximately 12 ounces; Cereal Bowl is 6.5" in diameter x 3.5" H, holds approximately 24 ounces
Care & Notes -
Hand wash only. Not microwave safe.
Meet the Maker
From her Nashville workshop, designer Sarah Cihat plays with line, color, and movement to craft porcelain pieces full of life. Inspired by the 3-dimensional immediacy of clay, her pieces are geometric and mathematical while still feeling warm and dynamic.View Full Profile
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