Argentinian Miguel Flores-Vianna has gone from shelter-magazine editor to a much-sought-after, well-traveled interior photographer. Charlotte di Carcaci is a jewelry designer and avid collector who divides her time between the Greek island of Patmos, London, and the English countryside.
Set of eight Staffordshire dinner plates in the
Fountain pattern, circa 1830. Maker's mark on underside of some. Made of earthenware with pearlware glaze. Light wear, crazing on two plates, minor edge wear.
Crafted of extremely durable and chip resistant stoneware
and hand-painted by artisans in Nabeul, Tunisia, these blue-and-white plates feature a floral pattern that will add classic appeal to any kitchen.
Perfect for use indoors and out, these beautifully
decorated dinner plates are designed to have the look and feel of fine china, but they're actually made of heavyweight melamine, a durable material that won't scratch, chip, or shatter.