The Good China

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I absolutely love Lorena Barrezueta’s porcelain dishes fashioned after disposable containers.  Witty and well-done with all the intricate details of a real aluminum or cardboard receptacle but in a precious medium, it redefines “fine china”.  I am particularly enamored of the “classic” white pieces rimmed in gold, to push the chichi factor further.  The fantasy is to have a set for company, but the reality is the lack of room in The Littlest Kitchen to store such fineries.  Even to store the cute sectional TV dinner-like plate is a problem in tight quarters.  I’m better off with a mini container to serve as a catch-all and to show off every day.  But if I ever get a china cabinet…

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