- Galician Celtic design
- Ideal for serving sauces and dips
- Display as art when not in use
- Dishwasher and microwave safe
Serve skewered chorizo, savory almonds and authentic sauces in this striking tapas serving piece. The ridge at the bird’s beak makes it useful for pouring delectable concoctions onto party plates for dipping. You can also rest a serving utensil against the tail for spooning out just the right portions. This useful dish transforms into a charming piece of art displayed on counters, tables or in glass cabinets when not in use.
This unique and exquisitely decorated piece is created by Sargadelos, the famous Galician ceramic maker. The renowned company has roots dating back to the 19th century when Antonio Raimundo Ibáñez, a famous entrepreneur and relevant figure in the early industrialization of Galicia, set out to convert rich Galician clays into innovative decorative chinaware.
Today, Sargadelos uses the same type of clay and traditional processes in manufacturing, instilling the culture of their past and creating an innovative product with historic ties. The making of Sargadelos porcelain involves a handcrafted process, which incorporates customary Galician motifs, forms and colors through stenciling or painting.
Galicia is a land of lush valleys and fertile hillsides, and was settled by the Celts thousands of years ago. One Celtic legacy is displayed in the beautiful geometric patterns featured on these flawless porcelain pieces.
This piece is suitable for the dishwasher and microwave.