The Fortunata ceramics company creates hand-crafted, one-of-a-kind decorative pieces identifiable by their distressed, antique appearance. Uneven glazing gives Fortunata pottery its weathered look, while color and size variations add to each piece’s uniqueness. Though most of its pieces are intended for home display only, Fortunata does produce several lines of dinnerware — from the bright, cheerful Festa series to the texturally rough, subdued-toned Casa Mia collection. For sea lovers, the Mediterraneo and Michelangelo lines depict underwater scenes where playful starfish and crab, rendered in bas-relief, frolic among underwater flora — a perfect combination of functional and fun.
Add the lush, luxurious, celebratory feel of the Roaring Twenties to your home with these glamorous accents. They’ll make you want to put on a ballgown (and/or an elaborate hat) and do the Charleston.
The best serveware is worthy of display even when it isn’t being used. That’s the raison d’etre behind this selection of artful pieces; each is as beautiful as it is functional. Whether you’re a frequent entertainer or just want to elevate everyday meals, these finds are sure to impress.
Whether you're in everyday-meal or elegant-entertaining mode, this dinnerware and flatware will inspire you to create a beautiful — and complete — tabletop. Plenty of styles are on offer here, from transitional to modern.