Serax Inku Scalloped Ceramic Dinnerware Serveware


Decorate with plates.

If this Inku ceramic dinnerware looks familiar, it’s not just you—it's inspired by Japanese wabi-sabi aesthetic, which embraces the lovely imperfections you’ll find in nature. The dishes have scalloped ridges that mimic shells and blossoms, so they’re as beautiful as they are functional. As if they weren’t dreamy enough already, get this: They also happen to be designed by Dutch chef and three-time Michelin star winner Sergio Herman, who’s using ‘em in his very own Le Pristine restaurant in Antwerp, Belgium. You’ll find shapes and sizes galore to set the table with: dinner and salad plates, pasta and cereal bowls, plus an extra-large bowl for serving. Oh, and fun fact: There’s a matching cake stand for dessert.