Decorative details adorning the Levingston mixing bowls include a leaf motif from a commemorative plate as well as stippling and a tone-on-tone checkerboard pattern inspired by shards in the Colonial Williamsburg archives. The raised leaf motif on the medium-sized bowl can also be found on the Levingston canisters and dinner plate. Each distinctive adornment is more than pleasing to the eye, it's a historical tie to the past. This handsome set makes a lovely addition in your kitchen, or a perfect wedding or housewarming gift by itself.
The Levingston Collection channels the best of 18th-century British design and innovation. Painted and raised elements on delft, stoneware and redware antiques, and excavated shards at Colonial Williamsburg provided the decorative motifs for this durable and beautiful stoneware. Each piece is a creamy off-white with faint brown speckling, visible only upon close inspection. It's a handsome, neutral look that will complement any decor.
Off-white with faint speckling Stoneware mixing bowls Set of three Small 3"H x 7" dia. Medium 3 1/2"H x 8" dia. Large 4 1/2"H x 10" dia. Microwave and dishwasher safe WILLIAMSBURG by Park Designs
James Tarpley was an 18th-century merchant whose store on Duke of Gloucester Street offered a wide variety of goods to townspeople and the many travelers passing through on business. The WILLIAMSBURG Tarpley Collection by Park Designs includes handsome casual dinnerware, artisanal flatware, woven and hand-printed textiles, and repurposed decorative objects, all inspired by the first working kitchens and inns in America, and by artifacts in the collections of Colonial Williamsburg.