Crafted of extremely durable and chip resistant stoneware
and hand-painted by artisans in Nabeul, Tunisia, these blue-and-white sauce dishes feature a floral pattern that will add classic appeal to any kitchen.
Round ironstone serving dish, dating from the late
19th century. Marked: Societe Ceramique, Maestricht. This unusual dish was traditionally used in bars and bistros in Flemish Belgium and Holland to place dried fish onto the bar snacks for customers. Minor ...
Lovely enough to display, but made to withstand
practical use: A dazzlingly detailed traditional motif was painted freehand on sauce dishes made of extremely durable and chip resistant stoneware and hand-painted by artisans in Nabeul, Tunisia.