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Chain Dinner Plates, Set of 4

By Jason Miller, from Areaware
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Design by Jason Miller.
By Areaware.

This set of four bone china Dinner Plates combines formal tableware design with jewelry. Gold bands, a traditional motif, are re-imagined as chains that loosely follow the outline of each plate.

Dimensions
  • 10.5"Dia
Material(s)
Bone china
Item Number
ARE-JMCGL
Model(s)
JMCGL

Design by Jason Miller.
By Areaware.

This set of four bone china Dinner Plates combines formal tableware design with jewelry. Gold bands, a traditional motif, are re-imagined as chains that loosely follow the outline of each plate.

Areaware. Producing everyday objects that are both functional and unusual.

Areaware is a New York City based producer of thoughtful, new and inspiring products that serve a practical purpose while looking beyond the ordinary. Areaware has become a strong voice for American design, working with talents like Harry Allen, Jonas Damon, David Weeks and Singgih Kartono among its collective of strong design voices. Creating products from a diverse range of media and design languages, the Areaware product range includes home accents, functional accessories and furnishings that are simple, beautiful, humorous and poetic.

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Jason Miller

Jason Miller was born in New York in 1971. He received a BA from Indiana University in 1993 and an MFA from New York Academy of Art in 1995. Between 1995 and 2001, Jason worked as a studio assistant for Jeff Koons, an art director for Ogilvy and Mather, and a designer for Karim Rashid. In 2001, he formed his own design studio. Jason has been called a jack-of-all-trades. He designs everything from interiors to furniture to tchotchky, and he works in a multitude of mediums. Jason draws upon everyday aspects of American culture to create contemporary design objects that could just as easily be conceptual art. He has had solo exhibitions in Tokyo, Milan, New York, Los Angeles, Houston and Denver. He has been featured in numerous publications from Wallpaper to The Wall Street Journal. In 2006, Jason received the Bombay Sapphire Rising Star Award. He has been named "Best Breakthrough Designer" by Wallpaper. Forbes.com has included him in their list of 2007 Tastemakers. Jason has developed products for companies including Brookstone, Benza, Idee, Pure Design, and Areaware.

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