Organic shapes and textures reminiscent of seaside landscapes and feather-like clouds combine to create this lovely fine bone china. This contemporary design with unique silhouettes will add a stunning accent to your table for any occasion.
Nambe's Square Platter, a Richard K. Thomas design, in 1956 became the first Nambe piece recognized by New York's Museum of Modern Art and is now in its permanent collection. Even more impressive: you can cook a steak on it.
The most popular Lenox® fine china pattern is now available for everyday use. Still as beautiful as the original, this Opal Innocence™ Carved dinnerware presents the vine and dot motif as a raised design on every piece.
Spelled in either direction, this white bone china by Fitz and Floyd® is pure heaven. It not only features a beautiful design vocabulary, it is also strong enough for everyday use thanks to its 40% real bone ash content which lends durability.