Levingston Spoon Rest Dish
This scalloped spoon rest dish was adapted from a delightful and rare blue and white delftware dish for small sweets. The original was made in London about 1669, as inscribed. Use it as a spoon rest, or serve lemons for tea with a historical twist.
The Levingston Collection channels the best of 18th-century British ceramic design and innovation, inspired by antiques and excavated shards at Colonial Williamsburg. The handsome wares are based on refined stonewares imported to the American colonies.
- Off-white and blue-green
- 1"H x 6" 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.
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Although not manufactured in Williamsburg, I do like my new spoon rest. The design is from 1690 and a part of our history. It’s very nice and a good size.
This is so pretty and can be used for other things in addition to being a spoon rest.