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City on a Plate: Brasilia
Brasilia - pop 2.5 million Brasilia, a very new city whose 41-month construction began in 1956, was inaugurated in April 1960, when the government migrated from Brazil’s two former capitals, Rio de Janeiro and Salvador. Brasilia is futuristic and ambitious; it was principally designed by Lucia Costa and Oscar Niemeyer in what has been termed the ‘Pilot Plan’. A huge influx of migrants instantly created a larger city than any planner had ever envisioned, and continues to keep Brasilia on the map as a growing city.

A percentage of all Brasilia City Plate sales will be donated to the Amazon Conservation Team (ACT), a nonprofit group that helps displaced local tribes protect their forest, culture, and ancient system of healing that uses the forest’s abundant botanical resources; at the same time, the tribes are offered job opportunities, education, and clean water.

These porcelain plates measure 12” across, with each city’s downtown core printed on a black background. Key buildings are represented with red icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green. Each plate is boxed and includes a key to the buildings and spaces included on the plate.

Features:
  • Made of porcelain
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe
  • 12" diameter


City on a Plate: Shanghai
Celebrating one of eight featured cities - along with Los Angeles, Cairo, Berlin, New Orleans, Dubai, Las Vegas and Washington D.C. - this 12" porcelain plate showcases the core of downtown Shanghai against a dramatic a black background. Orange icons represent key buildings, alongside blue rivers and green public spaces. Shanghai, one of the most commercially and financially powerful cities in China, is a major gateway between China and the Western world thanks in part to its central location on the Pacific coast. The unique organic form of the city center is dramatically bisected by the wide curve of the Huangpu River. The areas allotted to foreign powers after the Opium Wars reflect traditional Western city planning with their grid forms.

Features:
  • Made of porcelain
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe
  • 12" diameter


City on a Plate: Cairo
Celebrating one of eight featured cities - along with Los Angeles, Shanghai, Berlin, New Orleans, Dubai, Las Vegas and Washington D.C. - this 12" porcelain plate showcases the core of downtown Cairo against a dramatic a black background. Orange icons represent key buildings, alongside blue rivers and green public spaces. Cairo, inhabiting the banks and small islands of the majestic Nile River, lies at the intersection of three continents: Europe, Africa, and Asia. The large white edge of the plate represents the vast desert in surprisingly close proximity. As Africa's largest city, it is a major cultural center for the Middle East. The completion of the Suez Canal brought Westerners and a re-imagining of the city center. Influenced by the design of European cities – especially Paris – Cairo has transformed into the modern megalopolis it is today.

Features:
  • Made of porcelain
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe
  • 12" diameter


City on a Plate: St. Petersburg
Celebrating one of twelve featured cities - along with Shanghai, Los Angeles, Cairo, New Orleans, Dubai, Las Vegas, Melbourne, New York, Berlin, Brasilia and Washington D.C. - this 12" porcelain plate showcases the core of downtown St. Petersburg against a dramatic black background. Orange icons represent key buildings, alongside blue rivers and green public spaces.

Peter the Great founded St. Petersburg in 1703 and moved the government there from Moscow in 1712. The city served as Russia’s imperial capital for more than 200 years, until Vladimir Lenin moved his communist regime back to Moscow. Since its founding, St. Petersburg has been seen as the most Western European-style city in Russia, something which Peter the Great took immense pride in. The city stands upon an Amsterdam and Venice-inspired maze of more than 100 creeks, rivers, ponds, and canals, all joined together by a network of 340-plus bridges and streets.

Features:
  • Includes one plate
  • Made of porcelain
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe
  • Boxed with printed key
  • Overall dimensions: 12" diameter
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City On A Plate 12" Dinner Plates Holiday Gift Set 1.25" H x 12" W x 12" D Unavailable

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Product Category: Plates & Saucers

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OUR SKU # NON1390 This item is also sometimes listed under the following manufacturer numbers: Set of: 01470908 and 01470900 and 01470903 and 01

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