For the entertainer with a sweet spot for the dessert course, these treat-sized glass plates are decorated with definitions that celebrate indulging with friends and family. Eliza Todd scours antique dictionaries for the perfect vocabulary, and has each word and its meaning printed in a charming typewriter font. Don't be surprised, then, when party conversation turns from the food to what's underneath it. Made in Mexico; decorated in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Words & Definitions:
Root: Latin tragematopola
1. An individual who creates sweets; a candy maker or confectioner.
Root: Middle French rassasier
1. To fulfill the appetite of a hungry person.
Root: Greek from nektar
1. Delightfully sweet and tasty; delectable.
1. a sweet pastry or confection
We chatted with Eliza about how she took the plunge from working in the computer industry to full-time artist, thanks to her weird and wonderful antiquated words. See the whole story on our blog.