Today’s Plastic Tableware.

Its not old school. Its not your grandmothers stuff. Made of Melamine (a very durable thermosetting plastic), Bongenre has some of the best looking “with the times” plates I’ve seen around. Designed by Jill Fenichell, who was an antique porcelain and pottery dealer for 15 years, the various tableware pieces show us interesting color relationships and rhythms between shape, pattern, and color. Ranging from $11 to $14, they are instant antiques and a perfect dish for the best picnics this summer.

A painterly pendant wrapped in gold wire hangs from the organic gold chains that sweep across the face of these plates:

Gold Chains Sapphire

Gold Chains Sapphire

The Susani patterns here are inspired by textiles from Eurasia. Susani is one of the most popular patterns Bongenre has created (and my personal favorite):

Sasani in Tatianna

Sasani in Tatianna

This pattern is so beachy and intensely colorful. Pick this one for the an oceanfront afternoon snack or even for grapes on the porch:

Wilde's Seaside in Blue Splash

Wilde's Seaside in Blue Splash

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