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City Plate - Washington D.C.

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Founded in 1790 along the banks of the Potomac, the planned city’s layout was influenced by the Baroque style and drafted by French architect, Pierre Charles L’Enfant. The National Mall, rendered in bright green, is expansive, taking up as much space as the main stretch of the Las Vegas Strip.

The Potomac River, depicted in blue, bisects the plate and is the border between Washington, D.C. and Virginia.  The green areas along the Virginia side of the plate are Rock Creek Park, which is twice the size of Central Park, and the enormous Arlington National Cemetery.

  • The city’s downtown core is printed on a black background
  • Key buildings are represented with persimmon icons, while rivers and public spaces are shown in blue and green
  • Each plate is gift boxed with a printed key detailing the portion of the city represented on the plate
  • Use as dinner plates, serving plates, or as a decorative piece
  • Designed in Los Angeles; made in Poland
  • Dishwasher and microwave-safe
  • 12"
  • Material: Porcelain

Type: City Plate

Vendor: Not Neutral



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