Full Moon Round Plate by John Derian
Measuring in at a perfectly poised 5 3/4 inches in diameter, this isn't just a plate; it's a visual feast, a culinary canvas for the rebels who refuse to conform to the mundane. And let's talk about the craftsmanship – we're not dealing with assembly lines and soulless machinery. No, darling, trained artisans cut and collage designs onto handblown glass with the precision of a surgeon, but with way more flair.
Now, the materiality – collaged paper under handblown glass. This is not your grandma's china; this is a visual symphony that elevates your dining experience into a gastronomic spectacle. It's like eating off a piece of history, but without the dusty relics.
But, my friends, heed the commandments of the Full Moon Round Plate – thou shalt not immerse it in water. A mere wipe clean will suffice, for this plate is not to be treated like your common dinnerware. It's a delicate creation, a masterpiece that demands a gentle touch.
And let's get real about its purpose – it's not for stuffing your face with spaghetti or devouring a mountain of nachos. No, this plate is for decorative purposes only, a statement piece that says, "I'm not just here to serve food; I'm here to serve art on a plate."
And, in case you're wondering, it's not food safe. Because who needs practicality when you have a Full Moon Round Plate by John Derian? It's not just a plate; it's a curated rebellion against the ordinary, a gastronomic rebellion that declares, "My dinnerware is art, darling." Get ready to dine like a rebel, my culinary renegades!