La DoubleJ Housewives Oppio Dinner Plate Set


La DoubleJ Housewives Oppio Dinner Plate Set


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Made in collaboration with Italian ceramic experts, Bitossi Home, our dinner plate set is comprised of a soup plate (also perfect for your Italian pasta) as well as a flat dinner plate, both crafted from a weighty stoneware with hand-painted gold trim. The Oppio set’s dinner plate features a redesign of our 1970s Ombrelli print while the soup plate features a redesign of our 1960s Oppio print.

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Channel your inner Milanese housewife and skip the dishwasher with these precious plates. We know that washing a mano is a major pain, but all that’s gold won’t be glittering anymore if they hit the suds cycle. Meanwhile, that gold trim is painted entirely by hand, so the gorgeous imperfections are all part of the artisanal Italian package. Enjoy!


Vintage Print Info

Ombrellini & Oppio: vintage prints from the 1970s and 1960s
The original Ombrellini print was designed by historic Milan-based textile company Corisia in 1976, while Oppio was designed by Paris-based fabric designer Susanne Kientz in 1963.  Both were sourced from the Mantero Silk Archives in Lake Como.

For the original, all-over pattern, check out our Oppio dessert plate here.  Be sure to mix your Pavone set plates with Ombrellini and Geometrico to complement your mix and match table set.


Soup Plate 23,5 cm x 23, 5 cm
Dinner Plate 28 cm x 28 cm

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