pie plateby Jennifer Fisher $70.00
- the story
Off the Charts
"If 20% of your party guests enjoy Jordan almonds, and 20% prefer mixed nuts, calculate the dishware needed for 100% partygoer satisfaction."
You don't have to be a math whiz to figure out that this pie chart plate lets you serve up plenty of delicious variables, with stylish fun in addition. Created by designer Jennifer Fisher, the dishes are made from stoneware, glazed with glossy off-white. One slice of the pie pops with a vibrant blue interior. Whether you are a numbers person, a business person, or simply a person who loves pie, this chart adds up to an elegant serving solution. Handmade in Berkeley, CA.
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- Item ID
- Made from
- stoneware clay
- 1.25" H x 10" diameter
- Hand wash. Do not microwave.
- the maker
Jennifer Fisher, a California-based artist and designer and the owner of JFish Designs. She got her start working nights & weekends in a tiny studio in Brooklyn, NY and have turned that part-time endeavor into her full-time passion.
Trained in Ergonomics & Industrial Design, Jennifer has a unique perspective that is reflected in her work. She strives to combine style and beauty with comfort and accessibility, designing products that are approachable, touchable, and beautiful.
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Q and A
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31votes, 3 comments
This stylish serving dish is a great way to present perfectly portioned snacks at any party. Would you fill this "pie" with your favorite treats?
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So cute!!! When I have my friends over this is going to be awesome!!!
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It's also a great way to plate a child's meal so it's fun but nutritious.