In celebration of the 18th-century passion for blue and white décor, we've created a dainty porcelain soap dish in the perfect size and shape for your WILLIAMSBURG soaps (sold separately). Engaging blue and white patterns, like the one on this lovely decorative dish, have been decorating homes since the first blue and white porcelains were exported from China to the western world more than 300 years ago. In addition to holding soap, this charming little dish could also be used to gather coins, mints, or any other small items.
Creamy white, blue
Decorative openwork soap dish
Designed to fit WILLIAMSBURG soaps (sold separately)
4 3/4"L x 3 1/2"W x 1 1/2"H
Blue flowers, leaves, and birds on British delftware enhance a medley of vases, flower bricks, tulip pots, and dessert dishes from Colonial Williamsburg's collection of 18th-century ceramics. Blue and white china and delft have been favorites in American dining and decoration for more than 300 years.