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Terres de Rêves Square Platter

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With a nod to Japanese styling, a simple, minimal and elegant square ceramic serving tray.

Ceramic Square Platter

£25.50 £12.75

Size (cm): 2.4×18×18
Ref: TW-1452
Weight: 54g

2 available now


Terres de Rêves Square Platter

With a nod to Japanese styling, a simple, minimal and elegant square ceramic serving tray.

Created by the ceramist Anita Le Grelle, who was born and raised in Antwerp, this gorgeous glazed ceramic platter tray shows how a functional item can also be a thing of beauty.

Square serving tray in a lovely smokey blue glaze.

Very versatile, this ceramic platter is a mix between a plate and a dish, with a lipped edge of 2.4cm.

Just perfect for serving your canapes or sushi.

The table has never looked so stunning, mix with the smaller dipping dishes, cups and bowls to create a feast for the eyes.

The tray is also perfect to hold nibbles or canapés, and is the perfect accompaniment to the Terre de Rêves dipping bowls. Small olive bowls and beakers are also available in the collection.

Product Specification

Ceramic with a Smokey Blue glaze.

Lip edge 2.4cm high.

18 cm x 18cm square.

Dishwasher Safe.

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