4-Piece Place Setting | Mixed
All our three nature-inspired shades compiled in one set to create a tabletop with character. We've played with the colour combos and chosen our favourites to keep things simple.
'The ultimate all-rounder dining set.' - ELLE Decoration UK
The complementary palette makes it easy to layer and combine pieces to create a beautiful tablescape. Includes 10% saving when compared to purchasing individual items.
Each set includes: 1 dinner plate in pebble, 1 side plate in slate, 1 cereal bowl in chalk, 1 grain bowl in slate. Pair it with our coffee mugs, serving platter or pitcher for the complete look.
Attention to detail where it matters
We considered every detail, so that you don't have to. Simply cook, eat, enjoy.
Play with colour and mix things up
Our natural colour palette complements any home as it shifts and grows.
Buy to last and do away with waste
Our stoneware is strong and durable, making it perfect to buy for the long term.
The making of
Out of the fire
Our ceramics are made by a family-run factory near Porto in Portugal. They source clay locally and craft the pieces into our designed shapes. Before the pieces are completed, they are dipped in our unique glazes and single-fired, a process which minimises emissions. The factory believes in fairness for all its employees and rigorously follows all safety and environmental regulations.
Yes, our manufacturer carries out thorough tests to ensure the clays and glazes are safe and 100% lead-free
Yes, all our stoneware products are safe to use in the oven and microwave, to a temperature of 250 ºC. Steer clear of placing pieces straight from the oven on to a cold surface, as a measure against shock resistance.
Yes, absolutely. Our ceramics have high thermal shock resistance, and will withstand temperature variations as low as -20 ºC.
Yes, our products can be washed daily in the dishwasher. To ensure our dishes last longer it is advisable to space them so they don’t rub or bump against each other during the cycle. We recommend you wash the larger and more delicate pieces by hand, as a precaution.
No. Monoware dinnerware is not suitable for stovetop cooking or for use with an open flame.
Pain aux raisin
Tapas, we like pan con tomate
French toast with honey roast figs
Earl grey banana bread
Asian green salad with tofu
Mushroom stew with polenta
Persian frittata with saffron
Ricotta lemon cheesecake
Grilled halloumi burger
Creamy turmeric chicken
Sunday roast with gravy
Summer pilau with tomatoes
Seafood platter with oysters
Grilled squid salad with lime dressing
Balsamic grilled vegetables
Swiss bircher muesli
Rosehip and apple crumble
Sweet potato coconut and ginger soup
Japanese rice with pickles
Coconut dal with sambol
Orzo with roasted courgettes
Beef and barley stew
Sri Lankan beetroot curry
Caramelised onion and chilli ramen
Amaranth porridge with plums