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Zafferano Mannaggia li Pescetti Large Plates, Set of 2

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Color: Blue Sea
Product Overview

If you love the idea of a coastal or Mediterranean-inspired tablescape, you’re in for a treat with these Zafferano Mannaggia li Pescetti Large Plates, Set of 2. Brought to your table from the heart of Italy, these pieces are hand-painted and expertly crafted in durable. Coordinate with matching serving dishes and other plates for carefree at-home or al fresco entertaining. 12" diameter.

Product Details
    • Diameter: 12.2"
  • Made in Italy
    • Dishwasher safe
    • Microwave safe
Shipping & Returns

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Orders placed on Fridays, weekends and holidays will begin processing on the following business day. Delivery time will depend on the origin and destination of the shipment. Items ordered together may ship separately. Orders over $49 ship for free, while orders under $49, will include a shipping fee of $12.99.


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Artisan appeal

Bring the seaside into your home with handmade Italian dinnerware, hand-painted with fish or wave motifs in gorgeous deep blue and light gray hues. Pair these large plates with other pieces from the Mannaggia li Pescetti series to complete the look.

Made to last

These dinner plate sets are porcelain stoneware, so every piece is safe to use in the microwave and the dishwasher. Individually handcrafted and easy to care for, they make great gifts for anyone who appreciates artisan pottery and unique, one-of-a-kind tableware!

More from Zafferano

Zafferano America is the exclusive distributor of the award-winning lighting and glassware designs of Federico de Majo of Venice, Italy. Born and raised in Venice, Italy, Federico de Majo spent much of his formative years on the fiery factory floor of his family’s glass-blowing business, Vetreria De Majo. It is in the studio of Vetreria De Majo where he first learned the historical techniques of glass blowing, and later began developing a body of work. Federico currently lives and works in the lush countryside of Treviso, while his soul is securely anchored to the island of Murano.

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