Cortona Splatterware Oval Platter Trio


All splatterware is made to order and ships from Italy within 6-8 weeks.

The big three.

If having a flawless table setting is what you’re after, look no further than these three handcrafted ceramic platters that will be sure to elicit mouthfuls of compliments and praise from your guests before they even taste your food. The three platters are as gorgeous as they are functional, and sure to fulfill all of your serving needs at your next dinner party. Their oval shape elegantly stretches across the middle of the table without encroaching on your guest’s place setting and ensures every delicious morsel is at arm’s reach. Each handcrafted piece is subtly unique, calling out for you to touch them and appreciate the true artistry at play.


Known as “schizzato” in Italy, splatterware comes from humble origins. This centuries-old technique was used to easily add a splash of color to everyday earthenware which was otherwise unadorned. Our new stunning collaboration with IVO Angel and artisan Giulio Lucarini features a duo-tone Tuscan green on an ivory base. Each piece is handmade and hand-painted to order by Lucarini in his Cortona ceramic studio where he preserves this traditional art form.


What to know:

  • Handmade and hand-painted in Cortona, Italy
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe
  • Lg 18 in x 14.5 in; Med 14.5 in x 10.6 in; Sm 11.4 in x 7.5 in
Dimensions 18 × 14.5 in



Glazed terracotta

Care Instructions

Microwave and dishwasher safe. Do not place in oven.

This splatterware collection is a collaboration between IVO Angel, Giulio Lucarini, and q.b. Cucina.

IVO Angel
Founded by Jennifer Perez and Saverio Misesti, IVO Angel is a shop passionate about beautiful things. From the heart of Tuscany in Cortona Italy, they offer rare vintage objects from collector Castellani 1919, custom and handmade tableware by Guilio Lucarini, and playful Italian culture vintage inspired signs.

Giulio Lucarini
One of Cortona’s historical artisans, Giulio Lucarini is a ceramicist whose journey with clay began when he was 18 years old. Giulio’s traditional techniques and approach to making ceramics is what makes his work so special and enduring.