Soup bowl

Classification: 
Date: 
2007
Medium: 
Porcelain
Dimensions: 
Overall: 8 x 1 1/2 in. (20.3 x 3.8 cm)
Description: 
Porcelain soup bowl from "New York Delft" place setting; blue decal decoration of graffiti around rim.
Credit Line: 
Gift of Lovegrove & Repucci
Object Number: 
2008.23.3
Marks: 
Each marked on underside in decal: LOVEGROVE & PREPUCCI / ESTABLISHED 2003 / www.lovegrovepucci.com
Gallery Label: 
The playful porcelain dinnerware "New York Delft," created by New York City designers Demian Repucci and Nick Lovegrove, makes reference to 18th century blue and white Delftware but updates the tradition with gritty New York City icons including graffiti, taxi cabs, hot dog carts, and delivery trucks. The dinner plate, soup bowl, and saucer feature broad rims decorated with faux graffiti recalling defaced subway cars of the 1970s. Iconic city vehicles adorn the center of the plates and teacup. According to the designers' own description, the pattern "uses the imagery and intricate patterns that surge through the continual visual stream of New York City street life. Rendered in the Dutch Delft vocabulary, modern New York City takes on a new 'classic' look."
Date Begin: 
0
Date End: 
2012
eMuseum Object ID: 
63261
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.

Plate

Classification: 
Date: 
2007
Medium: 
Porcelain
Dimensions: 
Overall: 8 in. (20.3 cm)
Description: 
Porcelain side plate from "New York Delft" place setting; blue decal decoration of garbage truck at center.
Credit Line: 
Gift of Lovegrove & Repucci
Object Number: 
2008.23.2
Marks: 
Each marked on underside in decal: LOVEGROVE & PREPUCCI / ESTABLISHED 2003 / www.lovegrovepucci.com
Gallery Label: 
The playful porcelain dinnerware "New York Delft," created by New York City designers Demian Repucci and Nick Lovegrove, makes reference to 18th century blue and white Delftware but updates the tradition with gritty New York City icons including graffiti, taxi cabs, hot dog carts, and delivery trucks. The dinner plate, soup bowl, and saucer feature broad rims decorated with faux graffiti recalling defaced subway cars of the 1970s. Iconic city vehicles adorn the center of the plates and teacup. According to the designers' own description, the pattern "uses the imagery and intricate patterns that surge through the continual visual stream of New York City street life. Rendered in the Dutch Delft vocabulary, modern New York City takes on a new 'classic' look."
Date Begin: 
0
Date End: 
2012
eMuseum Object ID: 
63260
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.

Dinner plate

Classification: 
Date: 
2007
Medium: 
Porcelain
Dimensions: 
Overall: 10 3/4 in. (27.3 cm)
Description: 
Porcelain dinner plate from "New York Delft" place setting; blue decal decoration of graffiti around rim and taxi at center.
Credit Line: 
Gift of Lovegrove & Repucci
Object Number: 
2008.23.1
Marks: 
Each marked on underside in decal: LOVEGROVE & PREPUCCI / ESTABLISHED 2003 / www.lovegrovepucci.com
Gallery Label: 
The playful porcelain dinnerware "New York Delft," created by New York City designers Demian Repucci and Nick Lovegrove, makes reference to 18th century blue and white Delftware but updates the tradition with gritty New York City icons including graffiti, taxi cabs, hot dog carts, and delivery trucks. The dinner plate, soup bowl, and saucer feature broad rims decorated with faux graffiti recalling defaced subway cars of the 1970s. Iconic city vehicles adorn the center of the plates and teacup. According to the designers' own description, the pattern "uses the imagery and intricate patterns that surge through the continual visual stream of New York City street life. Rendered in the Dutch Delft vocabulary, modern New York City takes on a new 'classic' look."
Date Begin: 
0
Date End: 
2012
eMuseum Object ID: 
63259
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.

Luxury

Classification: 
Date: 
2008
Medium: 
Whiteware
Dimensions: 
Overall: 14 x 14 in. (35.6 x 35.6 cm)
Description: 
Square white platter transfer printed in black with floor plan of Manhattan luxury apartment.
Credit Line: 
Gift of Fishs Eddy
Object Number: 
2008.19.6
Marks: 
marked on underside: "Fishs Eddy" in a checkerboard rectangle
Gallery Label: 
Fishs Eddy, a Manhattan-based retailer of classic diner-style dinnerware, recently introduced a new pattern called "Floorplan," inspired by New York apartment living. With the tag line, "Why rent when you can own?," the pattern consists of 6 mix and match plates and platters ranging from a diminutive 5" to a commodious 14" square. Each bears a black printed floorplan of a quintessential New York apartment type, from a bare bones studio to an over-the-top luxury pad with three maid's rooms and a servants' hall. With their black and white aesthetic, square shapes, and casual mix and match design, the plates and platters have a hip and edgy feel.
Date Begin: 
0
Date End: 
2008
eMuseum Object ID: 
63169
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.

Penthouse

Classification: 
Date: 
2008
Medium: 
Whiteware
Dimensions: 
Overall: 12 x 16 in. (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
Description: 
Rectangular white platter transfer printed in black with floor plan of Manhattan penthouse apartment.
Credit Line: 
Gift of Fishs Eddy
Object Number: 
2008.19.5
Marks: 
marked on underside: "Fishs Eddy" in a checkerboard rectangle
Gallery Label: 
Fishs Eddy, a Manhattan-based retailer of classic diner-style dinnerware, recently introduced a new pattern called "Floorplan," inspired by New York apartment living. With the tag line, "Why rent when you can own?," the pattern consists of 6 mix and match plates and platters ranging from a diminutive 5" to a commodious 14" square. Each bears a black printed floorplan of a quintessential New York apartment type, from a bare bones studio to an over-the-top luxury pad with three maid's rooms and a servants' hall. With their black and white aesthetic, square shapes, and casual mix and match design, the plates and platters have a hip and edgy feel.
Date Begin: 
0
Date End: 
2008
eMuseum Object ID: 
63168
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.

Railroad

Classification: 
Date: 
2008
Medium: 
Whiteware
Dimensions: 
Overall: 6 x 12 in. (15.2 x 30.5 cm)
Description: 
Rectangular white platter transfer printed in black with floorplan of Manhattan railroad apartment.
Credit Line: 
Gift of Fishs Eddy
Object Number: 
2008.19.4
Marks: 
marked on underside: "Fishs Eddy" in a checkerboard rectangle
Gallery Label: 
Fishs Eddy, a Manhattan-based retailer of classic diner-style dinnerware, recently introduced a new pattern called "Floorplan," inspired by New York apartment living. With the tag line, "Why rent when you can own?," the pattern consists of 6 mix and match plates and platters ranging from a diminutive 5" to a commodious 14" square. Each bears a black printed floorplan of a quintessential New York apartment type, from a bare bones studio to an over-the-top luxury pad with three maid's rooms and a servants' hall. With their black and white aesthetic, square shapes, and casual mix and match design, the plates and platters have a hip and edgy feel.
Date Begin: 
0
Date End: 
2008
eMuseum Object ID: 
63167
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.

Duplex

Classification: 
Date: 
2008
Medium: 
Whiteware
Dimensions: 
Overall: 11 x 11 in. (27.9 x 27.9 cm)
Description: 
Square white platter transfer printed in black with floor plan of Manhattan duplex apartment.
Credit Line: 
Gift of Fishs Eddy
Object Number: 
2008.19.3
Marks: 
marked on underside: "Fishs Eddy" in a checkerboard rectangle
Gallery Label: 
Fishs Eddy, a Manhattan-based retailer of classic diner-style dinnerware, recently introduced a new pattern called "Floorplan," inspired by New York apartment living. With the tag line, "Why rent when you can own?," the pattern consists of 6 mix and match plates and platters ranging from a diminutive 5" to a commodious 14" square. Each bears a black printed floorplan of a quintessential New York apartment type, from a bare bones studio to an over-the-top luxury pad with three maid's rooms and a servants' hall. With their black and white aesthetic, square shapes, and casual mix and match design, the plates and platters have a hip and edgy feel.
Date Begin: 
0
Date End: 
2008
eMuseum Object ID: 
63166
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.

Terrace

Classification: 
Date: 
2008
Medium: 
Whiteware
Dimensions: 
Overall: 9 x 9 in. (22.9 x 22.9 cm)
Description: 
Square white platter transfer printed in black with floor plan of a "Terrace” Manhattan apartment.
Credit Line: 
Gift of Fishs Eddy
Object Number: 
2008.19.2
Marks: 
marked on underside: "Fishs Eddy" in a checkerboard rectangle
Gallery Label: 
Fishs Eddy, a Manhattan-based retailer of classic diner-style dinnerware, recently introduced a new pattern called "Floorplan," inspired by New York apartment living. With the tag line, "Why rent when you can own?," the pattern consists of 6 mix and match plates and platters ranging from a diminutive 5" to a commodious 14" square. Each bears a black printed floorplan of a quintessential New York apartment type, from a bare bones studio to an over-the-top luxury pad with three maid's rooms and a servants' hall. With their black and white aesthetic, square shapes, and casual mix and match design, the plates and platters have a hip and edgy feel.
Date Begin: 
0
Date End: 
2008
eMuseum Object ID: 
63165
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.

Studio

Classification: 
Date: 
2008
Medium: 
Whiteware
Dimensions: 
Overall: 5 x 5 in. (12.7 x 12.7 cm)
Description: 
Square white platter transfer printed in black with floorplan of a studio Manhattan apartment.
Credit Line: 
Gift of Fishs Eddy
Object Number: 
2008.19.1
Marks: 
marked on underside: "Fishs Eddy" in a checkerboard rectangle
Gallery Label: 
Fishs Eddy, a Manhattan-based retailer of classic diner-style dinnerware, recently introduced a new pattern called "Floorplan," inspired by New York apartment living. With the tag line, "Why rent when you can own?," the pattern consists of 6 mix and match plates and platters ranging from a diminutive 5" to a commodious 14" square. Each bears a black printed floorplan of a quintessential New York apartment type, from a bare bones studio to an over-the-top luxury pad with three maid's rooms and a servants' hall. With their black and white aesthetic, square shapes, and casual mix and match design, the plates and platters have a hip and edgy feel.
Date Begin: 
0
Date End: 
2008
eMuseum Object ID: 
63164
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.

Souvenir tile

Classification: 
Date: 
ca. 1964
Medium: 
Glazed ceramic
Dimensions: 
Overall: 6 x 6 in. (15.2 x 15.2 cm)
Description: 
Square white ceramic tile with blue printed decoration of Vatican Pavilion at center; images of sculpture of "The Good Shepherd" and "Michelangelos Pieta" at top left and right corners; printed below: "Souvenir of the / VATICAN PAVILION / NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR / 1964. 1965
Credit Line: 
Gift of Roy Eddey
Object Number: 
2008.1.2
Gallery Label: 
New York City's third world's fair was held in Flushing Meadows Park in 1964-65. Unlike its predecessor in 1939-40, the '64-65 fair was held without the sponsorship of the Bureau of International Expositions. The symbol of the fair was the twelve-story high Unisphere, erected by U.S. Steel, an illustration of the fair's theme of "Peace Through Understanding" and its dedication to "Man's Achievement on a Shrinking Globe in an Expanding Universe." The BIE sanction of the fair, due to a dispute over the length of the event and rental charges for exhibitors, kept most major European countries from participating. However, one of the fair's most popular exhibits was the Vatican pavilion, featuring Michelangelo's famous Pietà. Its display at the fair marked the first time that the Pietà was displayed outside St. Peter's Church in Rome. A small plaza marking the spot-and Pope Paul VI's visit there-remains there today.
Date Begin: 
0
Date End: 
1964
eMuseum Object ID: 
62670
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.

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