Plate and Bowls NZ Style
The options are endless when you are looking for a serving plate or a decorate bowl for fruit or other goodies.
Add some kiwiana to your home with some of these plates and bowls.
Silver Fern Platter
Inspired from the New Zealand silver fern, this platter or snack plate would make a great centerpiece to any party table. This Platter is made from strong and durable earthenware and uniquely designed by New Zealand artists. It is Lead free and cadmium free colours and glazes, safe for use in the oven, dishwasher and microwave. The Platter comes in a fern green. The Platter measures 300mm (11.8 inches) long, 180mm (7 inches) wide and 50mm (2 inches) deep.
Two Islands New Zealand Map Dip Bowls
A set of ceramic dip bowls designed to represent the two islands, north and south, of new Zealand. These bowls are perfect for chips, dips, olives, peanuts in fact anything you can think of.
Beautifully hand crafted and painted here in New Zealand, they make the perfect centrepiece to any Kiwi party.
The bowls meaure: North Island – 230mm (9 inches)Long and 165mm (6.5 inches)wide and 40mm (1.6 inches) deep. The South Island measures – 270mm (10.6 inches) long, 90mm (3.5 inches) wide and 40mm (1.6 inches) deep.
The dip bowls are available in white, black or green.
Ceramic Wavy Silver Fern Plate
Want a plate that’s unique? A serving plate that will be a talking point of your party? Yes, well this plate is hand made in New Zealand. It has a wavy profile and has all the characteristics of a leaf. The featured design is a silver fern from New Zealand. The plate measures 160mm x 160mm and comes in a moss green colour.
Ceramic Kina Snack Bowl
The design is inspired by the New Zealand sea urchin or kina, this bowl is perfect for chips or any snack food, it would equally look good as a decorative bowl. The bowl measures 130mm (5.1 inches) long, 130mm (5.1 inches) wide and 60mm (2.35 inches) deep. It comes in a glazed green.
Kina is the Maori word for New Zealand sea urchin. It is a sea urchin of the family Echinometridae which is endemic to New Zealand. Kina is also considered a delicacy to be eaten.
Where can you get these?
You can buy online from Silverfernz.com