Click on your favorite artist or choose a pattern you like to view our full range of serving bowls, platters, pitchers, rectangular trays, creamer and sugar sets, candle holders, butter dishes, cake stands, oil and vinegar sets, salt and pepper shaker sets, tea pots and cheese jars. You can complement your handmade Italian serving pieces with matching dinnerware and kitchenware. All our Italian tableware and kitchenware products are 100% food safe.
Exquisite elegance, superior quality and subtle refinement are the key aspects of Fima’s ceramic dinnerware. We feature 18 patterns: some of them are very traditional, some are contemporary, none of them is commonplace.
Eugenio’s creative talent is prodigious. His geometric patterns are all so fascinating that we ended up selecting 32 of them! They all have their own personality. Most of his classic majolica serveware, named with an “E”, can be ordered in a band or a full decoration.
A most remarkable collection of very distinctive serveware: a wide range of geometric platters exhibiting unusual color palettes, exquisite fruity bowls, fashionably modern serving accessories from a new artist with a great talent.
Francesca Niccacci’s handmade serving bowls and platters are a precious addition to any solid color table setting and a must-have for lovers of Italian pottery. Mix and match Niccaci’s fascinating geometric patterns or choose among her sophisticated classic design.
Available exclusively on thatsArte.com, Francesco Fasano’s Italian serving bowls and platters are precious and unique works of art, the perfect fusion of a simple yet painstaking design and a meticulous technical execution.
A masterly execution of a beautiful Renaissance ceramic pattern of Gubbio, with a sophisticated “relief” effect. It’s available in 4 color combinations. A fifth fruit pattern offers an additional choice of serving accessories.
The Pavone collection includes serving bowls and platters that are hand painted by a young Deruta artist, Marianna. Her source of inspiration is a popular Italian pottery motif known as the “peacock eye”. This serving pieces are available with matching dinnerware.