Deruta Raffaellesco 9.5″ Dinner Plate
Raffaellesco first appeared on Italian pottery in the late 16th century in Deruta in the region of Umbria. That is where each of our Raffaellesco dinner plates was painted by hand by Ceramiche Sberna. The Renaissance artist, Raphael, inspired this pattern.
As is the case with all of our Raffaellesco dinnerware, they are dishwasher safe. Raffaellesco is a favorite, with its dragon or griffin. It is approximately 10″ in diameter.
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