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Barre Dinnerware, Dinner Plate
Barre Dinnerware
Simon Pearce's asymetrical Barre Dinnerware is handcrafted by American master potters, hand-glazed, and inspected for details. Simon Pearce creates durable products that are beautifully designed and produced with premium quality materials such as lead free glass and pottery and are intended for a lifetime of everyday use. Simon Pearce’s glass and pottery make beloved gifts for weddings, anniversaries and everyday. Each piece is handmade in one of his Quechee or Windsor, Vermont studios.
A four-piece placesetting includes Dinner plate, Side plate, Mug and choice of bowl.
Available in Alabaster and Slate (shown) glaze.
Caring For Your Pottery
  • This lead-free pottery is dish-washer- and microwave-safe.
  • Use caution when removing it from a microwave, as the pottery will retain high heat.
  • Bring to room temperature before using in an oven.
  • Simon Pearce pottery meets FDA and Prop 65 requirements.
  • Pieces with matte finishes may retain surface marks over time; restore natural finish with a light scouring pad and powder cleanser.
Barre Dinnerware:
  • Barre Dinner Plate: H1 1/2" 11 3/4" dia
  • Barre Side Plate: H1 1/4"  9" dia
  • Barre Pasta Bowl: H3 1/4" 9 1/2" dia
  • Barre 6" Bowl: H3 3/4" x 7" dia
  • Barre Mug: H4 1/4" x 3 1/2" dia, 12oz

By Simon Pearce
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Dinner Plate    #1465/1798SP $45.00
Side Plate    #1466/1811SP $35.00
Bowl    #1468/1828SP $30.00
Pasta Bowl    #1467/1826SP $40.00
Mug    #1464/1793SP $35.00
4 Piece Placesetting w/Pasta Bowl    #4539/4494SP $135.00
4 Piece Placesetting w/6" Bowl    #4535/4429SP $125.00
All accessories are handcrafted and any given item may not always be in stock. We will advise you of expected lead-times, if any, when you order.
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