A modern-day renaissance man, Michael Devine studied art history at the École du Louvre, French at the Sorbonne, and cooking at the Ritz Escoffier. He is widely known for his bespoke collection of hand-printed fabrics, sought-after for their chic handcrafted look. He writes a popular weekly column for Lonny, and his country house was featured in Ronda Rice Carman's Designers at Home: Personal Reflections on Stylish Living. His own first book, An Invitation to the Garden, is due out from Rizzoli in April 2014.
A charming addition to your table, this serving
dish is crafted of porcelain with a central turkey motif and an artfully embellished floral rim. Serving spoon included. Conveniently dishwasher safe.
Vintage Ironstone porcelain Mason's serpent and floral dish
with head and tail of spent as handles. Hand-painted floral, leaf, and vine design motif with gilt accents. Marked "Mason's, Ironstone, Made In England, Chartreuse, Printed And Hand-painted" on the underside.