Airavata Quarter Plate Mayur
Airavata is a Sanskrit name meaning 'belonging to Iravati' and is a vahana (vehicle) of the god Indra. The quarter plate has peacock motifs inspired by the Vahanas of the Hindu deities. The motifs are drawn in the Pattachitra art form. This quarter plate is made of fine bone china, which is sturdy, lightweight, and sleek.
The tableware has been filled with pastel shades of yellow and green colors. They are beautifully designed with bold lines, accompanied by a single-tone setting, and accentuated with 24k gold. The plates undergo the three phases of precise firing and strict quality checks to attain the desired finish. You can shop for Airavata quarter plates online on Arcedior and beautify your dining table with these unique and elegant quarter plates.
Here are the features of the Airavata quarter plate:
Set (No. of Pieces) - It is a set of 2 quarter plates (2)
Material - It is made of fine bone china
Dimensions - Diameter: 8" (inches)
Assembly - No assembly is required for this plate
- Use to serve desserts or sweet dishes.
- Salads can be eaten from a quarter plate.
- Quarter plates are also known as bread and butter plates. Thus, bread, butter, or cheese can be served on them.
The beautiful bone china quarter plate in a soft tint is perfect for giving as a present at any celebration or event. You can also provide it as a present at weddings, Diwali, housewarming, or restaurant openings. The quarter plate's distinctive patterns make it a wonderful present for someone as an Indian memento.
What makes it cut above the rest is the mayur, imprinted on the top surface of the plate. The combination of pastel yellow and green colors makes it unique as tableware. The core of the Airavata designs is the vehicle of the gods or goddesses. Mayur (peacock) is the vehicle of Hindu deities such as Lord Ganesha, Lord Kartikeya, and Goddess Laxmi. The mayur's actions reveal him to be a vahana of Hindu deities as he peers at someone holding a tree branch.
Suitable Home Decor
A quarter plate is incredibly beautiful and cannot be adequately explained. These quarter plates complement Mediterranean, Bauhaus, or traditional interior decor. The pastel hues of yellow and green are decorated with 24k gold, which makes the quarter plates extraordinary. The mayur peeking from a branch of a tree elucidates being a vahanas of Hindu deities.
About The Brand
The vibrant colors of India are reflected in the Kaunteya collections. Every item from Kaunteya narrates an enthralling tale of Indian art, culture, and heritage. In addition, they hope to bring the wonder of Indian mythology into daily life with the collection of luxury dinnerware. Their assortment of well-made pottery is embellished with beautiful hand-painted and silk-screened motifs. The dinnerware's bright colors are the product of precise firing to obtain its same flamboyance.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What does a quarter plate mean?
A standard plate's quarter size (1/4th) is called a quarter plate. It is placed beside the cutlery. They are available in various materials, such as stone, melamine, glass, ceramic, and fine bone china. Dinner sets have the quarter plate matched with the full crockery. In addition, you can use quarter plates as salad plates, dessert plates, bread plates, and butter or cheese plates.
2. What is a quarter plate used for?
A quarter plate is used for serving small portions. You may have desserts, salads, butter, or cheese on them. These are considered side plates and can be used for different small portions of different cuisines. For Indian cuisines, sabzi or paneer is served on a quarter plate. During breakfast, bread and butter are served on it. After dinner, dessert or small portions of sweet dishes are eaten from the quarter plate.
3. Where is the quarter plate placed?
A quarter plate is placed beside the dining table's cutlery (especially the fork). Salads, cheese, or any other small serving can be served in it. It is smaller in size than the standard dining plate. Continental cuisine demands a quarter plate to be placed on the left side of the eater, but Indian cuisine does not have any rule as such. Therefore, you may place the quarter plate anywhere around the dining plate in Indian cuisine.
4. What are side plates called?
Side plates are also called BnB, i.e., Bread and Butter plates. They are placed at the side of the dining plate and are called side plates. They are used for different dishes, and thus their name changes accordingly. Dessert plate for desserts or sweet dishes, a salad plate for salads or starters, and a cheese/butter plate for the cheese or butter.
- Hand wash with mild detergent.
- Dry with a soft cotton cloth.
- Use a soft sponge, do not scrub.
- Do not use abrasive chemicals.
Not to be used in the microwave and dishwasher, as it is a 24k gold-plated quarter plate set.
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