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Home Works: The Dish
Dogs get a spot at the table

Decorative Pup Plates
You get the best of form and function in these plates that feature not only a chic design, but microwave-safe materials, too. Parisian artist Nathalie Lete has painted these Anthropologie exclusives with a French Poodle in the posies and an adorable Shih Tzu, groomed and party-ready.
$24
 

Hand-drawn Dinnerware
Kathy Phan hand-draws her images and hand-letters the text on these elegant, stylish plates and mugs. Available both in common dog themes and as custom gifts, these plates are a thoughtful gesture for the pet-loving birthday girl (or boy) in your life.
$30–$42
 

Custom Portrait Plates
Captured Spirit Studios is a three-sister artisanal team based in Green Bay, Wisc. These artists strive to convey a dog’s spirit, or the "feeling of life," on beautiful porcelain plates. Meticulously painted in photorealistic detail, each plate is a special memento to cherish for years to come.
$45–$65
 

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This article first appeared in The Bark,
Issue 68: Jan/Feb 2012
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