ceramic fashion plates by ben morrisby Ben Morris
- the story
Featuring illustrations by the late Ben Morris, a renowned fashion and textile illustrator, these fabulous fashion plates will bring style to any meal. Modern white ceramic accented with Ben's rough black ink illustrations make them a fun choice for casual meals, but worthy enough for dressier dinner parties. Sold as a set of four in a decorative gift box. Made in China.
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- 8" diameter
- Dishwasher, microwave and oven safe.
- the maker
Ben Morris, was a renowned fashion and textile illustrator and professor. He began his first career as a design assistant at the Givenchy fashion house in Paris and with Lily Dache of New York. His fashion illustrations appeared in Women's Wear Daily and The New York Times, among other publications. Later in his career, Morris relocated to Savannah, Georgia, where he worked as a beloved fashion and illustration professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD).
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Comments about CERAMIC FASHION PLATES BY BEN MORRIS:
My step daughter has a degree in fashion and has sketched pics very similar to those on the plates... when I saw them I flipped! Couldn't buy them fast enough...and they exceeded expectations, salad plate size... she thinks she will use them as decor (they really are works of art) and although I had purchased them for serving use, they really are something you'd want to show off as opposed to sitting in a cabinet..ESPECIALLY if fashion is your thing.. Super quality and they come in a great box for storing and/or the a perfect gift box.
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