Deruta 16” Round Serving/Wall Platter with Peacocks

This stunning large platter was hand-painted in the Umbrian town of Deruta, famous for ceramics since the Renaissance. It was hand-painted by master artisan Favaroni. It is a true work of love.

The shape of this platter is called “Onda” in Italian. This means “wave.” It is named this way because of the beautiful, smooth curve of the platter.

It can be used to serve food. It can hang on your wall as decor. It is approximately 2″ deep.

Product Code: DXPL7

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