Splendor in the Grass Dessert Plate in Blue, Edition of 10
Splendor in the Grass Dessert Plate in Blue, Edition of 10
Splendor in the Grass Dessert Plate in Blue, Edition of 10

Splendor in the Grass Dessert Plate in Blue, Edition of 10

Regular price $80.00
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Only 9 items in stock!

Limited Edition of 10, One-of-a-kind, hand-painted pottery

A dessert plate hand-painted with blue botanicals. 

A little bit Pallissy, a little Rococo, a little bit folk art, these are really a joy to paint. I love the late summer feeling of every plant being fully grown, exuding a green presence, hiding bugs, snakes, and flowers in their shade. It reminds me of being a child, looking for critters in a neighbor's shrub as cicadas whir and the school year approaches. Summer’s glory fading, and fall approaches as we keep repeating the season’s cycles each year- the melody is the same but the lyrics keep changing. I think this poem by Wordsworth really captures the vibe I am trying to capture in this series:


"Though nothing can bring back the hour
Of splendor in the grass, glory in the flower
We will grieve not; rather find
Strength in what remains behind."
-Wordsworth, “Ode: Intimations of Immortality”


Details: Hand-painted, one-of-a-kind decoration in blue glaze under a clear gloss glaze. Microwave and dishwasher safe.
Dimensions: 

  • Dessert Plate: 6.75” x 0.5”

      Is your dinnerware dishwasher & microwave safe?

      Yes, our plates are designed for the rigors of restaurant kitchens and will be safe in your dishwasher & microwave. For cleaning we recommend using detergents that are gentle and environmentally friendly such as Seventh Generation.

      How do I clean cutlery marks off the plates?

      Any matte glaze can show cutlery marking over time. This is a factor of the glaze being stronger than the flatware. Any marking is only temporary and do not worry, it is not harming the glaze. To remove these marks, we recommend scrubbing with a gentle abrasive cleaner such as Bar Keeper’s friend.
      Check out a video how-to here

      Is your dinnerware oven safe?

      Yes, our plates are also safe in your oven up to 400°F but they are not bakeware or intended for routine use in the oven. Always be careful to prevent subjecting them to thermal shock (going from extreme cold to extreme hot or visa versa). Thermal shock can break or damage porcelain pottery.

      Are your products durable?

      Our work is used daily in over 175 restaurants around the world. Fast paced restaurants put our plates through rigors that they’ll never experience in your home. You can use our plates just like you’re accustomed to and when taken care of and stored properly, our wares will last a lifetime (or a few!).

      How do Haand plates stack?

      Our plates are designed to stack in your cupboard. We do not recommend stacking plates more than 12" high.

      Standard/Expedited Shipping

      We offer a variable flat rate standard shipping on all domestic orders in the continental U.S. based on your order total and serviced by UPS Ground from our studio in Burlington, NC 27215. You can expect your in stock items to ship within a week. Orders will arrive in 1 to 7 business days depending on your location once shipped. 
      We have several options for expedited shipping on in stock items available through UPS. 3 day select, 2 day air and Next Day delivery are all available depending on your location. If you need your order shipped immediately, please contact us at customercare@haand.us

      Return/Exchange Items

      To initiate a return/exchange, please contact us at customercare@haand.us with your order number and we will happily provide you with the return label(s).

      More further information, visit the shipping page here and returns page here.

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      One-of-a-kind artworks, Haand painted by Mark Warren, Haand's co-founder and creative director.

      Behind the Collection

      I started painting on our plates during the early days of the pandemic in 2020. I started painting on plates and serving pieces that were a little wonky for one reason or another. It was a way to kill the time and make the walls feel less like they were closing in during a pretty scary time.

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