Palermo (the capital of the Italian island of Sicily) is a pattern with grape, leaf and cherry ornamentation. The colours are bright: red cherries and blue grapes with moss green and turquoise leaves finalized with moss green edges. The hand-painted dishes were complemented with green plates.
The Palermo decoration was Dorrit von Fieand's first hand-painted decoration. It brought a new style to legendary Valencia Set designed by Ulla Procopé. The Palermo series is rare and collectible.
A plate mainly for soup, that can also be used as a bowl for breakfast, pasta, rice or side dishes. These multi-purpose traditional deep plates have a decorative edge that beautifully frames the food. The wide edge makes it easy to pass around the dishes and supports cutlery. For this reason, the deep plate also serves as a beautiful serving dish, for example salads. Thanks to the edge the plate is firmly seated on drying racks.