Vietri Old St. Nick Quantity limited Square Earthenware Plate Handpainted Salad St.,Handpainted,Old,Salad,Home Kitchen , Kitchen Dining , Dining Entertaining,$134,Square,Plate,,Earthenware,,Nick,/misallowance502147.html,Vietri,wedrive-wordpress.c.source.run Vietri Old St. Nick Quantity limited Square Earthenware Plate Handpainted Salad $134 Vietri Old St. Nick Square Salad Plate, Handpainted Earthenware, Home Kitchen Kitchen Dining Dining Entertaining $134 Vietri Old St. Nick Square Salad Plate, Handpainted Earthenware, Home Kitchen Kitchen Dining Dining Entertaining St.,Handpainted,Old,Salad,Home Kitchen , Kitchen Dining , Dining Entertaining,$134,Square,Plate,,Earthenware,,Nick,/misallowance502147.html,Vietri,wedrive-wordpress.c.source.run
A mother and her two daughters took a trip to Italy, and their enchantment with Italian dinnerware lead to the creation of VIETRI. A leader in design and craftsmanship, VIETRI complements the American lifestyle and celebrates all that is irresistibly Italian: a love of life, people, nature, and good living.
We celebrate life with family and friends through the beauty of handcrafted Italian designs for the table, home, and garden. We believe in cherishing those moments that bring joy to our lives.
Handcrafted, authentic, and made with love in Italy.
Material: Terra Bianca Earthenware
Easy Care : Dishwasher Safe
Dimensions: 8.25" Sq
*Handpainted in Tuscany and an instant classic for everyday dining, the Wildlife Assorted Salad Plates - Set of 4 bring the grandeur and beauty of the outdoors to your table with exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail.
*These plates are perfect for starting or enhancing your Old St. Nick collection. You can also create a new family tradition by enjoying and passing these pieces down from generation to generation.
*Vietri's focus is to celebrate the simple act of sharing a meal with family and friends. Inspired by the Italian lifestyle, Vietri encourages savoring one another's company, and keeping sacred the time spent around the table.
The Old St. Nick collector believes in the magic of Christmas at any age and values tradition, entertaining, and creating a cozy, welcoming and cheerful home for family and friends. Possesses a style that can be expressed as whimsically rustic.
This collection provides us a glimpse into Old St. Nick's daily adventures leading up to preparations for each holiday season. We watch as he gathers wood for a fire, hikes through the woods, delivers his gifts, carries his Christmas tree, eats cookies, drinks wine, and even rests on a log against a chimney after a long, busy day. At his core, Old. St. Nick is an outdoorsman who appreciates and treasures nature and the environment. He only takes what he needs from the earth with respect and gratitude. He is friendly with the birds and squirrels and has a favorite cardinal who visits him frequently.
A region in central Italy, Tuscany is known for its landscapes, history, craftsmanship, and influence on culture. The birthplace of the Renaissance, Tuscany is often called the art palace of Italy, and many of the world's greatest works of art come from the region. Ceramics have a long legacy in the area and maintain their place of importance in the region today.
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