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Bernardaud Silva Salad Plate

$51.00

The name of this new pattern comes from the Latinum “silva”, a poetical evocation of trees, masters of the forest. It also invites us to look closer and admire the beauty of Nature: delicate leaf veins and lace-like plant fibers ornate the rim of plates, alternatively in white on white or platinum relief.

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Dinnerware Piece Salad Plate
SKU 5103-10591
Size & Fit

8.5" diameter

Details & Care

You may hand-wash your dinnerware using the soft side of a scrub sponge and regular dishwashing liquid. However, never use the abrasive side of the sponge, which might scratch or damage the surface of the decoration.

Silva dinnerware is also dishwasher-safe. Make sure to select a low-temperature program and do not exceed the recommended amount of detergent. If you are not going to wash your dishes right away (either by hand or in the dishwasher), it is advised you to rinse them off with hot water.

Bernardaud continues to master the art of French porcelain since 1863 in Limoges, combining craftsmanship and innovation, creativity and heritage. Working in a field that is perpetually evolving, Bernardaud remains in the elite of design and innovation, developing technologies in its Limoges manufacture that push back the limits of the art of porcelain-making.

The house calls on most renowned designers and contemporary artists to create porcelain dinnerware, lamps, candles and jewelry. Bernardaud also creates bespoke designs and decorative schemes for hotels and restaurants: porcelain plates, cups, platters, lamps and decorative objects to adorn the tables of the greatest chefs and of the most famous palaces in the world.

Their craftsmen in Limoges strive every day to make each creation bearing the Bernardaud mark a symbol of true luxury and excellence, thus demonstrating that two thousand years after it was first discovered, porcelain remains as remarkable as ever.