Faience Slice charger, $16.50 each.
Not content with two rounds of Target plastic for the masses, the duke of decoupage John Derian is releasing his own collection of melamine dinnerware. The plates are based on images Derian found in a 19th-century book on faience from the 1700s. The shadows are a trompe l'oeil effect to give the flat plates depth. The collection is available for pre-order with a June delivery at Derian's website (scroll to bottom).
Faience Fleurs Isolees dinner plate, $11.50 each.
Faience a la Corne salad plate, $9.50 each.
Faience Italo-Nivernais side plate, $8.75.