my heart on a platter

There’s an old saying about handing someone your heart on a silver platter. If I were to take that risk, I’d rather serve it up on something a little cuter. These sweet porcelain heart dishes are from Astier de Villatte in France and measure about five inches in diameter. Perfect for a little jewelry or key dish, they’re a less risky way to tell someone you care without all the drama and shine of polished silver. Click here to pick up a dish ($50) online at Alder & Co. xo, grace

  1. Rachel Tatem says:

    Those bowls are great!

  2. Cheryl says:

    Very sweet

  3. Jamie says:

    How darling! I would love to display this on my coffee table.

  4. Liz says:

    Lovely. Wish they weren’t so expensive. Would buy one immediately.

  5. Kiti says:

    so cute and sweet! and also so french!

  6. Jules says:

    So sweet and handmade looking in a good way. But too expensive for me and the majority of my friends in these very very hard times. But it’s nice to see them so I can dream…

  7. Rikki says:

    Sweet but they are glazed earthen ware not porcelain.. The dark clay is visible on the edges where glaze is thinnerrtt

  8. Wyetha says:

    I love this little set.


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