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Strike up a new conversation with this porcelain City Plate, which explores empire-building and its global impact on identity. It offers a street-wise view of Mexico City, known as Tenochtitlan during the Aztec empire. With key buildings represented by red icons and other significant spaces defined by corresponding colors, this notNeutral piece is an evolved addition to your table’s topography.
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Includes a key to the buildings and spaces featured on the plate.
Dishwasher safe. Hand wash recommended.
Married couple Julie Smith-Clementi and Frank Clementi, of the award-winning design firm Rios Clementi Hale Studios, launched notNeutral in 2001 in Venice, California, with the intention of creating bold, idea-based home objects like dinnerware, textiles, and children's furniture. Each notNeutral design concept is imbued with an element of storytelling.