You have not yet viewed a product.
Dip into our decorative grape plates for classy depictions of wine bottles, stemware and grape clusters. Find plate sets strictly for decorative use, or pinpoint a food- and dishwasher-safe set. Red, purple and green add appeal.
Grow a vineyard indoors with our decorative grape plates, and bring the stylish sophistication of wine culture to your dining room, kitchen or even a sitting area. These lush plate sets are ideal for Mediterranean themes or for rooms revolving around viticulture. Meander through our selection for decorative plates of all shapes and colors, and arrive at a plate rack that would make even Dionysus, the Greek god of wine, proud of your decorating prowess.
Vineyard plate sets bring bountiful harvests to your vertical vignette; our square-shaped, earthenware dinner or dessert plates feature wine bottle or grape bunch decals. Coated with an attractive gloss finish, these plate sets mention "food/dishwasher safe" in their descriptions and make lovely dishware for your dining table. You can also find round ceramic plate sets for decorative use only. Circular contours recall the globe-shaped fruits that together form a juicy cluster of grapes.
Whether you want a plate set portraying the finished product or the raw materials, our decorative wine plates and grape plates honor wine-making at any stage in the game. Shades of green, purple and red make recurrent appearances with these decorative plates, ensuring that your wall display sings with the colors of the vineyard. Golden crackle and marble-like backgrounds add to the ancient atmosphere that surrounds the historical practice of viticulture. Finally, for a fruitful and flourishing ambience, showcase your plates with a grapevine plate rack; metal vines cradle each plate, while leaves and grape bunches make for a natural look.
Flaunt a scene of opulence or simplicity with marvelous grape plate sets. Grape clusters featured alongside golden pears, brimming stemware, juicy apples and wine bottles will greet your eyes with an Italian feast. Grapes exhibited all on their own, however, emit a quiet and serene quality, as though waiting breathlessly to be plucked from the vine.