Blue & White Salad Plate Set from The Met Museum


Our inspired set of six blue-and-white salad plates reproduces the detailing on six ceramic treasures in The Met collection: a British tile (ca. 1875) painted with flying cranes-the Japanese symbol for longevity-designed by Christopher Dresser (British, 1834-1904) for Minton Ceramic Factory (British, 1793-present); a late 17th-century Edo-period Japanese dish, likewise featuring a pair of cranes; a 19th-century Chinese porcelain platter and rack painted with an idyllic landscape scene; a 16th-century plate with a floral and foliate motif, attributed to the Iznik kilns in Turkey; a 16th-century blue-and-turquoise dish considered to be one of the most spectacular Iznik pieces in the Museum’s collection; and a Chinese porcelain dish with flowering branches ( late 16th-early 17th century), made during the Ming dynasty.

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