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Snow Day Santa Soup & Sandwich Plate with Lid

Snow Day
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Snow Day Santa Soup & Sandwich Plate with Lid

Snow Day
The lovely Snow Day Santa Soup & Sandwich Plate with Lid is a wonderful fun and functional addition to any home for the holiday season. Designed with a vintage aesthetic, this piece features a hand-thrown feel with textured detailing and bold colors. This unique two-in-one dish combines a classic rounded sandwich plate with a small soup bowl, fusing them together for an easy dining experience. A playful Santa Claus character adorns the soup bowl with his hat acting as the lid for a whimsical touch. A member of the Snow Day Collection by Carrie Meagher, this piece is part of a line of home goods, dishware and décor created to celebrate the warmth of the winter season. Each piece is crafted with a simple color palette and the feel of hand-thrown pottery with a timeless appearance that's ideal for displaying all season long. This set is a wonderful present idea for any friends, family or loved ones this season.
Created by Carrie Meagher
The Details
  • Size: 9"dia. x 4.5"h
  • Inner Pack Size: 11.22"H x11.22"W x6.1"D
  • Master Carton Size: 12.6"H x12.3"W x23.7"D
  • Materials: stoneware
  • Seasonality: CHRISTMAS
  • Care Instructions: Handwash Only
  • Copyright: © 2020 DEMDACO
  • UPC: 638713570666
The Artist

Carrie Meagher

DEMDACO designer Carrie Meagher says her artwork expresses a clean, simple and playful approach to life: “I try not to take life too seriously, and I think that shows in my artwork.” As a child, Carrie was busy with one creative activity or anoth

er —sewing dolls, cross-stitching, collaging, drawing and finger painting. A graphic designer for 13 years, she later embarked on product development. She enjoys designing tactile accessories people can seamlessly fit into their décor with details

that elicit smiles. Carrie's daughters, ages three and four, provide a wealth of inspiration. She loves observing their interactions with the world, saying, “they’re so darn carefree” and admires their approach to a blank piece of paper. Carr

ie says, “They just make art for the fun of it, don’t worry about what it looks like, and after they’re finished, they run to me proud of what they’ve created.” She reminds herself to create with that same thrill of abandon. Still in love

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