Some of your food was once more animated than it is when served up and Concrete Plates by Nir Meiri dish out a little suppertime personality thanks to their playful shape and makeup.
The industrial designer responsible for these stilted salvers chose to make them from an unconventional cement mixture. Composted of two parts, each platter has a surface to receive food as well as a sturdy stone placemat.
Concrete Plates by Nir Meiri give your mundane meal a little extra exciting flavor with such a fancy presentation. Great for freeing up space on your eating surface, this collection of oddball kitchen crockery is also a work of art, exhibiting in a gallery in Israel.
Construction Material Crockery
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Leafy Salad Salvers
Fashionista Domestic Fittings
Quirky Mix'n'Match Shelving
Italian Palazzo Serving Plates
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