Luddite Dinner Plate
The word Luddite refers to a movement in the early 19th century by a group of British textile artists who protested the changes brought to their industry by the Industrial Revolution. Since the protestors often destroyed mechanical looms, the term has come to mean someone who is against technology and prefers to carry out tasks the 'old-fashioned way.' The Luddite Dinner Plate evokes turn-of-the-century design paying note to the essentials of living—enjoying good food on an attentively crafted melamine ware."
Single dinner plate. 11' diameter.Country of Origin: CN