notNeutral has an ongoing partnership with the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City, to create products inspired by the museum’s collection. This second series features Spinne, a textile pattern created by Wiener Werkstätte artist Dagobert Peche between 1911 and 1917, reinterpreted by notNeutral in 10 vivid colors. Though the original textile design was conceived over 100 years ago, the, zigzag pattern is fresh and modern, adorning notNeutral’s iconic LINO mugs, small plates, wooden serving trays and coasters. These entertaining pieces can be used as a set, or mixed with white dinnerware to add unexpected pops of color.
Made in Sri Lanka.
Details: Set of (4) coupe plates, each in a different color. Fine porcelain. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe. 8.5-inch diameter.
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