Berry Gathering Paper Dinner Plates in Ivory & Gold - 8 Per Package
Our plates are printed in the USA and constructed from durable, high-quality paperboard that holds up even when plates are full. Plate prints and colors are always applied with safe, water-based dyes. During your next dining occasion, layer up Caspari paper plates and mix and match prints and sizes for a one of a kind tabletop style.
- Each durable paper plate is printed in the USA.
- Made using water based dyes and high-quality paper board.
- 8 Paper Plates per Pack
- 10.25" Sq.
- Pair your plates with coordinating designs and colors from our Paper Napkin collection.
Most orders are shipped within two business days of receipt. In stock orders received by 1:00 PM ET are typically processed the same day. In stock orders received after 1:00 PM ET are processed the following business day. Expected shipping times are estimates based on our most common orders. The times listed are in business days (Monday through Friday, excluding all national holidays).
Standard Shipping: 2-7 business days depending on your address.
Two Day Shipping: 2-3 business days depending on the time of day when your order is placed and warehouse processing time.
Express Overnight Shipping: 1-2 business days depending on the time of day when your order is placed and warehouse processing time.
Extended US Shipping: 7-10 business days depending on your location.
Priority Mail to Canada: 8-12 business days depending on your location.
Please note: Free shipping only applies to standard ground shipments to the contiguous 48 US states.
Please contact us with specific questions or concerns.
|Product Type:||Dinner Plates|
|Collection Name:||Berry Gathering|
|Quantity Included:||8 Per Package|
|Color Name:||Ivory & Gold|
|Product Dimensions:||10.25" Sq.|
|Country of Origin:||United States|
|Style & Theme:||Nature|
|Features:||Made in the USA|
|Artist or Collection:||Gertrude Hamilton|
|Artist or Collection Biography:||Gertrude Hamilton was born and educated in Belgium, received graphic arts training in Paris, and later studied at the Art Students League in New York, where she discovered the art of botanical and natural history illustration. Gertrude balances a historically infused style influenced by works of Dutch and Italian masters with a modern sensibility, combining rendering in watercolor and pencil with expressionistic stains of color. She paints her subjects with distinctive personalities as well as scientific accuracy, so that her works are more like natural history portraits than simple studies.|