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Crema Ivory Dinnerware | Gracious Style
 
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The mixture of soothing cream with subtle terra cotta edges makes a statement of simple style. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used rustic glazes on their hand-thrown pottery. These glazes separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta on the edges of the pieces. Vietri reproduces these edges today using clear glazes.
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Material: Terra Cotta


Care: Dishwasher safe. Use the low energy/air dry cycle. Hand washing is recommended for decorative and oversized accessories. Charger, Dinner, Salad, Pasta Bowl, Cereal Bowl, Mug, Canape Plate, Espresso Cup & Saucer and Condiment Bowl are microwavable. All dinnerware and serving accessories meet FDA and Prop 65 requirements.


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The mixture of soothing cream with subtle terra cotta edges makes a statement of simple style. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used rustic glazes on their hand-thrown pottery. These glazes separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta on the edges of the pieces. Vietri reproduces these edges today using clear glazes.

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Crema Cream Acqua Bottle | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Acqua Bottle
CRM-2682
 
US$84.00
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Crema Cream Cereal Bowl | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Cereal Bowl
CRM-2605, sold in sets of 4
 
US$40.00
each
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Crema Cream Condiment Bowl | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Condiment Bowl
CRM-2603Q, sold in sets of 4
 
US$29.00
each
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Crema Cream Coupe Pasta Bowl | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Coupe Pasta Bowl
CRM-2678, sold in sets of 4
 
US$40.00
each
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Crema Cream Creamer | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Creamer
CRM-2613
 
US$53.00
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Crema Cream Deep Serving Bowl | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Deep Serving Bowl
CRM-2624
 
US$93.00
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Crema Cream Dinner Plate | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Dinner Plate
CRM-2600, sold in sets of 4
 
US$42.00
each
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Crema Cream Footed Mug | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Footed Mug
CRM-2602, sold in sets of 4
 
US$38.00
each
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Crema Cream Handled Olive Oil Can | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Handled Olive Oil Can
CRM-2684
 
US$55.00
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Crema Cream Large Footed Pitcher | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Large Footed Pitcher
CRM-2616
 
US$91.00
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Crema Cream Large Oval Platter | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Large Oval Platter
CRM-2622
 
US$153.00
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Crema Cream Large Serving Bowl | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Large Serving Bowl
CRM-2625
 
US$141.00
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Crema Cream Salad Plate | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Salad Plate
CRM-2601, sold in sets of 4
 
US$36.00
each
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Crema Cream Salt & Pepper Shakers | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Salt & Pepper Shakers
CRM-2611, sold in sets of 2
 
US$55.00
each
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Crema Cream Service Plate/Charger | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Service Plate/Charger
CRM-2621, sold in sets of 4
 
US$56.00
each
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Crema Cream Small Oval Platter | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Small Oval Platter
CRM-2629
 
US$84.00
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Crema Cream Small Serving Bowl | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Small Serving Bowl
CRM-2627
 
US$53.00
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Crema Cream Sugar Bowl | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Sugar Bowl
CRM-2612
 
US$57.00
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Crema Cream Vino Pitcher | Gracious Style
This collection comes to us from a workshop outside of Florence. The inspiration for its organic shapes came easily, drawn from an ancient technique. In the 1300's, Italian peasants used unrefined glazes on their hand-thrown pottery that separated during firing, exposing the terra cotta edges of the pieces. The result was a collection of rustic shapes with exposed deckled edges. Today, Tuscan artisans recreate this look today by using a wax glaze to expose the terra cotta edges, as well as by continuing the tradition of hand-molding the ceramics. Crema Cream Vino Pitcher
CRM-2683
 
US$82.00
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US$13.00
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