Planet Plates (Set of 8)
Solar system themed dining set.
Combine astronomy and gastronomy when you serve up a meal on Planet Plates.
The set includes unique watercolor depictions of all eight planets of the solar system: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Sorry Pluto.
Made from melamine, the plates are durable enough to survive just about any environment on Earth, from picnics to the dinner table.
Serve up an out-of-this-world meal or snack on the attractively-colored Planet Plates!
Features & specs
- Eight unique plates modeled after each planet in the Solar System
- Plate diameter (all plates): 10” (25.4 cm)
- Material: melamine
- Dishwasher safe
Pretty planet plates
While incredibly beautiful, Planet Plates are not fine china. This durable dinnerware is made to be admired and used, so leave grandma’s dusty bone plates in the credenza and serve up dinner and an astronomy lesson at the same time.
The best plates in the Solar System
There are eight vastly different worlds in our Solar System. And there are eight different Planet Plates. That’s no coincidence; each plate features a unique planet for a complete set that’s out of this world.
Planet Plates include representations of Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
Question: How durable are they?
Answer: They’re made from durable melamine plastic, so they’re pretty tough. Everything is breakable if you try hard enough, but these will definitely hold up under ordinary use (even if you drop them).
Question: Why not include a Pluto plate?
Answer: According to the International Astronomical Union, there are eight planets in the Solar System. But if you’re really feeling badly for the dwarf planet, you can always savor its flavor in a set of super-inclusive Planet Lollipops.
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