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New Ceramics Arrived!

There's nothing quite like a box from Italy at your front door! I ordered a few small items from Gialetti in Deruta in July, and they arrived this week.

I stayed with the theme of Girasoli. There are two large coffee cups with saucers.

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Salad servers, cheese servers, a fork and spoon for antipasti, or whatever...

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I love these ceramic handles!

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I also bought a large ashtray, but it is too pretty to use that way. I might have to make it a serving bowl!

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Comments (7)

Very beautiful! I know I would enjoy drinking my coffee out of that cup every day. I love having pieces that remind me of previous trips.

Barb Cabot:

When I saw the subject title of your post I swooned. Oh such lovely lovely ceramics and such nice additions to your fabulous collection. The large cups with colorful saucers are so pretty and so cheery...girasoli everywhere to greet you every morning. Perfetto!

Denise Curtis:

Your ceramics are gorgeous, Palma. I especially like the serving pieces, such beautiful handles. How fun!

Denise

These pieces are beautiful, Palma. I'm such a sucker for girasoli.

Ooooohhhh! I LOVE all of these. How beautiful. Another girasoli sucker :)

sandrac:

Very beautiful choices, Palma!

I bought a couple of coffee mugs in that same pattern from Gialletti, I use one every morning and it always makes the coffee taste that much better!

nancyhol:

Beautiful new ceramics! Enjoy!

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