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Sud - Mediterranean Ceramic Dinner Set

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Handmade: Italy, Rome

Color: White with bluette decorations and clay edges

Material: Ceramic


Dinner Plate: 28 cm.

Soup & Pasta bowl: 25 x 3 cm.

Side Plate: 21 cm.


About the Product:

The Sud ceramic dinner set is handmade by Forme Roma, an Italian artisanal studio specialized in stylish ceramics, potteries and glassware. Sud is an easy-to-match dinner set that can be enjoyed fully everyday.

The Sud dinner set features 6 different dinner plates, 6 soup & pasta bowls and 6 side plates; the scallop-shaped clay edges give an aristocratic touch to the table. Each 3-piece place setting incorporates distinctive brilliant blue artistic finishes. Therefore you can dedicate each blue decoration to one of your guests or mix them up!


Sud evokes the Mediterranean lifestyle. Imagine a villa immersed in lush vegetation, where the wind blows the linen tablecloth under a cool shaded patio.

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

About the Collection:

Based in Rome, Forme is an authentic "art studio", applying artistic techniques of decoration and restoration to each of its handcrafted and unique objects.

Surrounded by the architectural beauty of Ancient Rome, Forme reinterprets the shapes and colors of the Classical Age both in its ceramic and glass product lines. 

Forme's ceramics are modeled with black clay which gives strength and adds a special transparency to the collection. Additionally, glass items are handmade using glass fusing and sculpture techniques.

Customized glass and ceramic dinner sets are available. Send us an e-mail for more info.

 Care Instructions: 

  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Variant: Dinner Plate
  • In Stock: 0
  • Weight: 0.8 kg
  • Product Type: Ceramic

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