Ceramic Tapas Serving Dish$39.95
- A delightful way to serve appetizers or tapas
- Beautiful multicolored design
- Hand-painted by local artisans
- From the village of El Puente del Arzobispo
- Hand painted and lead free
- Size - 8 inches x 5 inches
This beautiful serving tray comes out every time we have guests. Sliced chorizo, Marcona almonds and wedges of Manchego cheese find their perfect background on this skillfully painted tray.
Our bright and joyful pieces have been hand crafted in the small village of El Puente de Arzobispo for generations. Each appetizer platter is painted and signed individually. High quality glazing and food safe, lead free materials make this dish the perfect way to enjoy Spain every day.
As each piece is hand painted, the designs and colors will vary. Food safe, lead free, hand wash.
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"It was a gift, and the recipient loved it."
Donna - Fort washington, MD February 2021
"Absolutely gorgeous. Transported us to Spain. Thank you for brightening our Holiday Season "
Lourdes - Bellmore , NY December 2020
Ana - Madison, WI March 2017
"The tray is a nice size. Pattern is some of my favorite colors in dishes. "
Dee - Buckeye, AZ February 2017
"Very nice tray."
Rafael - Menifee, CA December 2016
"A little on the expensive side, but hand-painted and beautiful."
Dave - Clarkdale, AZ November 2016
"A bit smaller than I had envisioned it, but fits tapas that I had planned for my cocktail party. It arrived a prefect shape and the colors are as vibrant as pictured."
JOYCE - Austin, TX February 2016
"Very nice rather small for the price"
Virtudes - Walnut Creek, CA January 2016
"I ordered two ceramic tapas serving dishes and both were just beautiful. One was for a gift and the person I gave it to was thrilled with it. I have ordered several ceramic dishes and I have been happy with all of them. The patterns and colors are stunning."
JULIE - UNION CITY, CA September 2015
DAGMAR - SYLVANIA, OH December 2014
ANZHELA - GLENDALE, CA May 2013
deb - Laurel, Maryland January 2013
MLeonard - April 2010