Lustre Dinner Plate in Black Stripe

£120

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The Lustre Black Stripe Dinner Plate is designed by Bethan Gray in collaboration with 1882 Ltd. Made from fine bone china this plate has hand-painted black stripes and is finished with 22-carat gold – for this collection Bethan Gray was inspired by the billowing sails of Oman’s distinctive sailing boats, the stripe and dhow patterns are interpretations of its movement. This is a piece of elegant tableware that will elevate your dinner to a banquet; its sublime pattern is intricate yet minimal allowing the Lustre collection to pair serenely with linens, glassware and other textures on your table.

This pattern is only possible by hand; the motif is meticulously applied in three separate pieces and the plate is fired twice, in between paintings.

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Material: Glazed fine bone china

Dimensions: W 28.5cm

Care Details: Hand wash only

1882 LTD’s name pays tribute to the longstanding history of ceramic craftsmanship in the Johnson family. The brand was formed by fourth and fifth generation descendants of the Johnson pottery dynasty whose achievements culminated in their annexation by Wedgwood Group in 1968. With a wealth of knowledge of ceramic industry history as well as a design philosophy that allows them to collaborate with talented artists, they create a combination of essential pieces and intricate objet d’art which highlight the heritage of hand made craft skills in Stoke-on-Trent. Their ceramics are made to be loved and used, whether that be in everyday dining or as an adornment to your home. 

United Kingdom: 2-3 working days – £5
Europe: 3-5 working days – £15
USA, Canada & Australia: 3-5 working days – £25
Gulf Countries: 5-10 working days – £40

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