Brickett Davda Garden Platter 37cm / Flint


Handmade in Brighton, Brickett Davda specialises in simple, understated tableware. 

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Product Details

Every piece of Brickett Davda tableware is made in a small workshop in East Sussex, with a focus on organic shapes that can only be moulded by hand, as well as the subtle, muted colours of British scenery. Their designs have been featured in Architectural Digest and the cookbooks of Anna Jones. This 37cm rimmed platter in Flint is from their Garden Collection. When not in active use, it is excellent for holding fruit. It is not suitable for use in the oven, microwave or dishwasher. Due to the handmade nature of this earthenware, small marks or imperfections in the glaze may be present. 

Why we love it

'Brickett Davda tableware can make an everyday meal seem more special, and it looks just as good on a special occasion. I love that it enhances the presentation of food rather than grabbing all the attention.’

Specifications & Care

Care Hand wash; mostly dishwasher safe at lower temperature cycles. Prolonged high-temperature dishwasher cleaning can cause crazing/crackling of the glaze. Neither oven nor microwave safe.
Country of Origin UK
Dimensions Diameter 37cm
Material Ceramic
About The Brand

Brickett Davda

Brickett Davda, a studio based in Brighton, makes beautifully simple handmade tableware inspired by a very English palette—the grey skies and the sea of the British coast and countryside, pigments that are calm and serene. The shapes are conceived and designed from pure, functional objects, and become only more special with use. Founder Jo Davda’s credo is that every piece inspires and enhances cooking and eating, with friends and family or simply on your own. She has produced bespoke ranges for Ralph Lauren, Conran, Barneys NYC, Heals, Tate Galleries and 40th anniversary collection for the iconic Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California.

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