Upcycling Dinner Plates And Old China

Reuse of old plates, china, porcelain, and dishes.

china plate reuse
Yvonne Ellen homeware. Yvonne paints or decals contemporary and quirky illustrations on vintage plates and other china. Each piece is original and no two designs are alike. www.etsy.com

china plate reuse
Yvonne Ellen homeware.
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china plate reuse
Yvonne Ellen homeware.
Antique plates with decals.
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china plate reuse
Yvonne Ellen homeware. Combining vintage items with contemporary and quirky illustrations. Each piece is original and no two designs are alike. www.etsy.com

china plate reuse
Yvonne Ellen homeware.
Puffer decal on bone china.
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broken china crafts
Hybrid Plates by Seletti.
www.seletti.it

broken china craft
Hybrid Coffee Cup by Seletti.
www.seletti.it

broken china crafts
Multidish plates by Seletti.
www.seletti.it


broken china table
Mosaic Table top
by Catnip Studio, California.
catnipstudio.blogspot.com

broken plate mosaic
Broken plate mosaic table top by
Valérie Bourrianne, France.
www.elle-mosaique.com

broken plate mosaic
Broken plate mosaic table top
by Valerie Bourrianne, France.
www.elle-mosaique.com

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Broken plate mosaic in progess…
Nira Ben David Peled, Israel.
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broken plate mosaic
Broken plate mosaic table by
Elsbeth Morselt, www.flickr.com

broken china table
Broken china top on old Duncan Phyfe drop leaf table.
Dish-lovers will easily recognize blue willow, Johnson brothers, Royal China, and more in this blooming arrangement of plates, bowls and saucers which had seen better days. By Vanessa Ryerse. www.etsy.com

broken tile Mosaic
Broken Plate Mosaic floor by
The Dove Studio, Katherine Jurys Krug.
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broken plate mosaic
“Tea Time – mint green” wall plaque
(against a floral wallpaper background)
by Anna Tilson. www.etsy.com

broken plate mosaic
Vintage China Lazy Susan
By Laura Winzeler
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broken china mosaic
Porcelain House, also known as the “China House” or Yuebao House, is located on Chifeng Street in Tianjin, China. Porcelain collector Zhang Lianzhi spent four years decorating the house with hundreds of thousands of porcelain pieces dating from Tang (AD 618-907) to Qing (1644-1911) dynasties. It is calculated that more than 400 million pieces of ancient porcelain, 16 thousand pieces of ancient chinaware, 300 white-marble carvings, and 20 tons of natural crystals were used in the process. www.whatsontianjin.com

broken china mosaic
Maison Picassiette, district of Hauts de Chartres, France. Its creator, Raymond Isidore, spent more than thirty years of his life on his home’s construction and decoration. He owes his nickname, Picassiette, due to his use of recovered and used materials: broken glass and broken crockery. www.chartres.fr

painting on plates
Blue Nude with Sword,
oil, plates, bondo on wood,
96″ x 108″, 1979. By Julian Schnabel.

painting on plates
Painting of Dennis Hopper on old plates.
1999, by Julian Schnabel.

broken china mosaic
Plate mosaic by
Nira Ben David Peled, Israel.
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broken plate mosaic
Broken plate mosaic by
Véronique Coty, Loire, France.
www.picassiette.com

broken plate mosaic
Broken plate mosaic.
‘Blueberry Pie and Bagets’, Mosaic Mural, 30 x 48 inches
by Therese Desjardins, New Mexico.
www.theresedesjardinstudio.com

mosaic kitchen backsplash
Mosaic kitchen back splash
by Therese Desjardins, New Mexico.
www.theresedesjardinstudio.com

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Broken plate back splash by
Jeanette Mulvey, New York.
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broken china mosaic
Broken Plate Back Splash by
Joan Greenberg, who calls the art re-chinafication.
www.rechinafication.com

broken plate mosaic
Broken Plate Mosaic in Texas
by Becky, pieceocakeblog.blogspot.com

china plate reuse
Plate clocks by Helen Kerrigan.
helenkerrigan.co.nz

plate reuse
Little Owl Design has taken two usually separate objects [Paintings & Transferware Plates] each containing scenes, or ‘perspectives’, and through artful alteration produced unexpected new images from the combination of both. The juxtaposition results in the merging of canvas with the printed images of the plates. www.littleowl.eu

broken plate mosaic
Ceramic collages which incorporate old plates.
By Rah Rivers, Devon, UK. www.rahrivers.com

broken plate mosaic
Broken plate mosaic, artist unknown.
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broken plate mosaic
Plate and tile mosaic
by Cleo Mussi
www.mussimosaics.co.uk

broken china mosaic
China mutants
by Cleo Mussi
www.mussimosaics.co.uk

broken china crafts
Teapot lamp.
How to: www.countryliving.com

broken plate crafts
Broken plate mosaic clothes by
Li Xiaofeng, Beijing, edge.neocha.com

broken china mosaic
Broken china mosaic dress sewn onto white leather. (For real!)
Li Xiaofeng for Alexander McQueen Fashion Show, Fall/Winter 2011.
Via Vogue Italy, vogue.it

broken china reuse
Using recycled teacups, plates, and other vintage china pieces that would otherwise be discarded, each piece is hand-cut and carved into the desired shape then attached to a custom soldered silver bezel. By Laura Beth Love, www.dishfunctionaldesigns.com

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Broken china jewelry by
Vintage Belle, Texas.
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broken china reuse
Teacup bracelets by
Lindsay Pemberton.
lindsaypemberton.wordpress.com

How To Reuse Old China

Broken China Mosaic, Basic Steps: mosaictipsandtricks.blogspot.com

Broken china stepping stone: www.overthebigmoon.com

China mosaic back splash: www.diynetwork.com

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Author: Keiren

Keiren is an artist who lives in New York City. A lover of animals, nature, science & green building.

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  2. I have about a dozen antique China teacups from my great grandmothers. Most of them are missing handles. I would be happy to send them to you if you could use it in your art.

    Many thanks

    Nancy

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