Each piece of this Levingston Dinnerware 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. Each of these details brings a historical tie to an already handsome collection, and also ties the dinnerware together stylistically with the rest of the Levingston ceramics. Your choice to make up a place setting:
Dinner plate 1"H x 10.5" dia.
Salad plate 3 /4" H x 8 1/2" dia.
Cereal bowl 2 3/4/" H x 5 1/2" dia.
Mug 5"H x 3 3/4" dia.
- Select one of each to make a set
- 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.