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SKALA Side Plate Nº1


Traditional English bone china updated with contemporary graphics to create a highly desirable statement piece for everyday use. This plate was designed in in the imagesurgery studio and produced at a state-of-the-art facility in Staffordshire. It makes a great partner to our collection of SKALA mugs and looks beautiful on display when not in use.

3 in stock


Collectable contemporary ceramics designed and made in England

Our SKALA abstract print series has now evolved to include fine bone china tableware. This side plate is part of a range which also includes large and small mugs that link through colour and pattern.

Each design is created with an eclectic melange of shapes sourced from obsolete machine parts and obscure technical symbols. The various elements have been redrawn as flat vector graphics that combine to create dynamic, flowing compositions.

This collection was launched at London Design Fair 2017 and sold out before we could add it to the online shop. Thankfully we’ve now been able to restock all items and make them available with free UK shipping on all orders.

Elegant and durable English fine bone china tableware

Our collection of SKALA fine bone china tableware is produced in Staffordshire, the home of the English pottery industry. We’ve combined contemporary design with traditional skills and craftsmanship to produce distinctive pieces you can use every day.

The vivid colours are silkscreen printed and then kiln fired to achieved a lasting result with a glossy white glaze. These exquisite fine bone china mugs are surprisingly hardy and completely safe in a dishwasher or microwave.


16 mm


210 mm

Print type

Silkscreen printed in 5 colours

Dishwasher safe


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Delivery is free for all UK customers and calculated at checkout for all other destinations

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