A bold charger in the collections of Colonial Williamsburg served as inspiration for this handsome serving platter. The original was made of pewter, probably made in London around 1730. The pewtersmith used hammers and punches to create the swirling petal design that gives the piece its distinctive flair. 14" dia.
Off-white with faint speckling
WILLIAMSBURG tableware by Park Designs
Dishwasher and microwave safe.
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.