Mr. Peacock is swooning over these modular porcelain Italian “Palace” tableware pieces by Seletti. They would compliment my dish collection nicely, and you may already know I like dishes that stack!
Each Florentine-inspired “building” is comprised of six individual pieces, plus a serving dish as the roof.
Even the interior of each dish has “architectural” detailing.
The clever Palace collection includes 4 “buildings”
• a dinner plate building (each plate is 8.6” x 8.6” x 1.1”),
• a dessert/fruit bowl building (each bowl is 6” x 6” x .8” ),
• a small bowl building (each bowl is 4.3” x 4.3’ x 2”),
• a soup dish building (each dish is 7” x 7” x 1.6”).
I immediately thought of Piero Fornasetti when I first saw the Palace dishes. A Fornasetti tea set would nicely compliment Seletti’s modular tableware pieces.
These beech wood cutlery sets are packaged in a printed brown paper bag and would look great with these dishes…or for a picnic.
The Palace tableware collection would look chic displayed on this red Ming console.
The table is set…now what’s for dinner?