The rope-wrapped bands frame your food and provide a textural contrast to the sleek, white center.To buy: $22, katespade.com.Featured February 2014
Mediterranean-inspired scallops surround the rims of these plates, which can be broken out for a casual meal or a fancier affair.To buy: $38, laterrinedirect.com.
Sturdy French earthenware gets a touch of femininity from its raised accents. Both pretty and practical (they’re dishwasher and microwave safe).To buy: $32, michaelcfina.com.
Looking for whites to mix and match with your vintage pieces? These dolomite dishes won’t disappoint with their raised, beaded edges accented with subtle hints of grey.To buy: $16, anthropologie.com.
Classic bone white china gets a cool, modern spin with the ornamental baroque- style edges.To buy: $140 for four, hayneedle.com.
Texture is key on this floral-imprinted piece of stoneware, which looks intricate enough to be hung as art on the wall.To buy: $27, crateandbarrel.com.
Pair this clean-cut porcelain place setting with simple flatware and jewel-toned glasses for a modern and visually captivating arrangement.To buy: $52 for four, zgallerie.com.
Far from the traditional banded dinnerware, this bone china plate is reinvented with a gilded chain that makes the full loop around.To buy: $80 for four, areaware.com.Get Daily Finds via e-mail