These porcelain pieces were fired at the Kristoff workshop in Valbrich, Poland, one of the oldest and grandest porcelain workshops in the world. Kristoff began making porcelain in 1831 and its work can be found in museums and in the palaces of royalty. Our porcelain designs are in-glaze, which means slightly melted into the surface of the piece, to ensure a beautiful crisp image for years to come. Photo by Porcelana Krzysztof Sp. z o.o.
Calamityware is a small, eight-person, one-dog company headquartered in Pittsburgh. We love bringing the darkly whimsical view of our founder and chief monster-maker, Don Moyer, to life. Our products are high quality, meticulously manufactured items that make wonderful gifts for you and other weird-adjacent people in your life. Our goal is to make you smile.
I own every calamitous plate ever created in the entire universe so obviously choosing just one to get my name entered in the sock contest is almost a task beyond endurance. However, I love this one being measure because I am a fan of the vortex. This plate honors the vortex like no vortex plate from before or after. Believe me I know the truth!
Love these plates. Everyone who has seen them wants to know where I got them.
The detail in this plate is ratcheted up a notch. Very well done!
These plates are awesome. They're made well, I love the design, and they shipped fast. I will be buying more.
I coveted this plate when I first saw it. Had to save up my pennies to afford a set of four. Even better looking in real life. The Vortex plates are my favorite of the plate collection. They reminds me of all the vortices which have sent my life spinning in other directions (like the punch bowl vortex on the river rafting trip) and the interesting lessons that have come from such. Things could have been worse. Nice weight; perfect dinner plate size. Eventually, I may get other dinner plates. The Vortex will remain my favorite...unless the Giant Snails come to the dinner plates.
Graphics are clear snd crisp. Just stunning. And I love the pattern on the edge of plate. Very happy
Love it!!! The guy on the bridge, lol. I'm gonna start a collection.