Handcrafted Italian Majolica Dinnerware by Sol LeWitt
A set of handcrafted Sol LeWitt Italian majolica ceramic dinnerware, circa 1980s. Included in the set are two blue-on-white dinner plates, two white-on-blue salad plates, and two blue-on-white soup bowls, having a variety of his signature star patterns. Inspired by the majolica pottery of Deruta, Italy, the pieces feature a variety of pointed stars in a glossy blue underglaze with a clear glaze on top. Each star design is unique features a varied amount of points per star. To the underside of the handmade pieces, they are stamped ‘S. Lewitt / copyright / 1986? / Made in Deruta’ in blue underglaze.
Please see 16NYC028-036, 16NYC028-047, 16NYC028-048, 16NYC028-049, 16NYC028-050, 16NYC028-051, 16NYC028-053 and 16NYC028-054 for companion items.
- minor scratches present to the surface of the dishes.
- measures the items stacked for shipping; dinner plate measures 11.25" in diameter; salad plate measures 9" in diameter; soup bowl measures 9.5" in diameter.