A large portion of the purchase price of the Sette’s new collaboration with the designer Anna Polonsky goes toward World Central Kitchen.
By Florence Fabricant
When companies or restaurants say they’re donating a portion of profits to charity, it frequently amounts to a few dollars. But not the Sette, a tableware website from London that is now selling elegant bone-china platters in collaboration with Anna Polonsky of Polonsky & Friends, a design company. Buy the 14-inch oval platter — traced with verses by the poet Sara Teasdale — for $254.25 and $101 will be donated to World Central Kitchen, the nonprofit organization founded by the chef José Andrés that responds to disasters with food. A 16-inch oval platter with a border by Mary Clerté of spring motifs like bunnies and lambs is $303, of which $121.75 is donated to World Central Kitchen.
Renewal platters, thesette.com.
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