Breakable - Two Plates: "It's one plate with two more built in. Drop the single plate and two more come out!"
Vinyl Air Dish: "Inflate it, use it, rinse it, fold and stow it….".
Face Plates: These cool plates by designer Jamie Wieck include embossed features that makes it simple to turn a plate of food into a smiling face.
Snap and Dine: This portable lunch setting is the creation of talented product designer Demelza Hill.
Plate For People Who Sit Between: Designed by Shira Nahon.
Hot Plate: It's the creation of Ami Drach and Dov Ganchrow. All one needs to do is simply connect it to an electrical source, the electricity will run through the pattern and keep the food warm.
A4 Dinner Plates: The A4 dining plate measures exactly 297 by 210 mm across.
Shovel Handle On A Plate: Created by designer and silversmith Andreas Fabian, it features a solid wood shovel handle on a porcelain plate.
Wheel of Nutrition: Creation of designers Rui Pereira and Hafsteinn Juliusson, these plates have different proportions for people with different needs.
Handful of Plates: These folded ceramic plates are curved in such a way that it allows you to keep the plate in one hand while eating the food with the other one
Lithos: "Inspired from the impressions left in rock formations, lithos presents a landscape of two shallow canyons."
Grooveware: "The basic forms are generic, except for the fact that each is paired with, and indented by an appropriate utensil."
Kwine: The difference between Kwine and a traditional plate with glass holder is that Kwine moves the weight from the side to the middle of the plate. And even if the glass is full, the plate is balanced.
Akitoka: Portuguese designer Rosa Lemos created a range of cake dishes for Italian ceramics manufacturer Bosa Ceramiche.
Benta Plates: Designed by Angela Schwab; benta plates have an unexpected upward bend that provides a one-handed grip which also prevents spillage.
Food Face Dinner Plates: These are sure to encourage one to play with the food.
Chat Plates: "These plates were designed to resemble conversation bubbles from manga, or Japanese comics".
Fingerfood: These charming little plates with rings are especially designed for party.
Bodylicious: Designed by Japanese designer Hiroshi Tsunoda.
Gormet Trio Plate: "It's got three plates, but it is also one plate. At the same time! At the exact same time, this plate is both one plate and three plates."
Tetrish: This innovative plates are designed by Seungyoub Oh.
Go Plate: It lets you hold your drink and food in one hand.
Smile: "It's always important to always look your best, especially at the dinner table. So, between appetizer and entree, sneak a peek at Smile!"
Talking Plate: It's 15 cm in diameter and connected to a palm-sized computer; it lets the diner to fill his plate with a fixed volume of food, and if he exceeds the prefixed limit, then one hears the phrases like, "Stop right there! And what about excess weight?".
Spaghetti Plate: One can twirl the spaghetti using a fork only - no spoon required.
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