Poppy Wilson St James

Copyright 2014

Dinner Party Etiquette

Inspired by Victorian cutlery and dinner party etiquette this range of crockery aims to aid manners in a social setting. Patterned grooves and dimples signify where cutlery should be placed at various points in the meal. On a dinner plate during a meal cutlery should be resting on either side on the plate, when finished they should be laid across the plate side by side pointing from 5 o'clock to 11 o'clock.

 
Saucers for tea
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Dinner plate
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Ceramic pot noodle and sandwich containers
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