Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls
Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls

Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls

$42

Size
Large

Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls

$32

Size
Small

Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls

$32

Size
Bowl

Cubista Black Matte Tableware - Plates and Bowls

$85

Size
Serving Bowl

Handmade and hand painted ceramics from one of the mother countries, Portugal, these beautiful pieces for your table will add a modern touch and are perfect to mix and match. These matte-glazed plates and bowls are available in two sizes:

Small plate: 8”dia

Large plate: 10”dia

Bowl: 2.5”H 5”dia

Serving bowl: 2.75"H 8.5"dia

Care Instructions:
Dishwasher (gentle cycle recommended) and oven safe up to 400degreesF. Some marks in the matte glaze are natural and expected -this will not affect the use or durability of the piece over time. Some qualities of cutlery may mark the surface -generally, these "scuff marks" are not permanent and can be removed using products like Bar Keepers Friend.

About the Potter:

Rui's family has been in the pottery business for over 200 years, and we're proud to continue that tradition with him on all of our terracotta ware. Just about every piece we sell is thrown by Rui on the potter's wheel (he started in the family business when he was 8), and is then painted by his aunt Regina.