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Nuvola - Milky White Ceramic Dinner Set

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Handmade by: arGYla 

Color: Milky White

Material: Ceramic 

Set Includes 3 pc.:

1 Dinner Plate: 33 cm.
1 Soup & Pasta bowl: 24 x 5 cm.
1 Side Plate: 25 cm.

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About the Product:

If you hold one of these dishes in your hand, you will soon understand why we chose to call this set Nuvola, the Italian word for cloud.

The Nuvola ceramic dinner set includes a ceramic dinner plate, a soup & pasta bowl and a side plate; all three dishes have undefined edges and are in an elegant milky white.

Handcrafted in a remarkably smooth texture, the Nuvola dinner set combines refinement and originality.

NOTE: Possible imperfections are due to the handmade nature of each item.

    About the Collection:

    Inspired by the glorious sun and sand found just outside their studio in Grottammare, Italy, designers Yvonne Rosetti and Giancarlo Livori use sleek forms and bright motifs to create a ceramic dishware collection with a pleasant contemporary feel. 

    Molded using an ancient coil technique called "colombino", which requires an extensive amount of time, precision and expertise, each item has a varied and unique form as well as a personal color obtained through research and experiments. 

    You'll be surprised by how each dish is so incredibly light, but at the same time, remarkably strong and damage-resistant.

    Care Instructions: 

    • Dishwasher Safe
    • Do not place in the microwave.
    • Variant: Dinner Plate
    • SKU: ARGY-NUVOLA-P
    • In Stock: 9
    • Weight: 0.6 kg
    • Product Type: Ceramic

    Nuvola - Milky White Ceramic...

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    €94.00
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    €94.00
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    Dinner Plate

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