- Pattern: Coastal Breeze by Warren Kimble
- Made in: Indonesia
- Not Vintage: 1998
- Details: This is such a beautiful rendition of the work by folk artist Warren Kimble called “Coastal Breeze” that even though it is not vintage, we decided to bring it to you. It’s actually a salad plate from the dinnerware set by the same name, from Sakura. We only have the one plate and thought you’d love to use it as decor. The plate features a large sailboat passing by a black and white lighthouse, we’re not sure if it’s a fictional lighthouse but it certainly resembles both the Cape Hatteras lighthouse in NC and the St Augustine lighthouse in FL. The colors are true to the original art work, the plate is finished with a black rim. It is stamped on the back: “‘Coastal Breeze’, 1998 Warren Kimble by Sakura, NY. Dishwasher Safe, Microwave Safe, Made in Indonesia”. Would make a beautiful addition to a coastal style home, or for a sailboat or lighthouse collector.
- Materials: Ceramic
- Dimension: 8 1/8 inches in Diameter
- Condition: Used. Very Good Condition. There are no chips, scratches or any other defects on the front of the plate, however, there are two black marks on the back, might be paint from the black rim, we were unable to get them out. If you’re hanging this plate on the wall, those marks will not show. Please remember these are USED items, they are NOT new. Every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and imperfections. Refunds will not be given unless there’s gross misrepresentation of condition.
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Warren Kimble is “America’s Best Known Living Folk Artist”. He has more than 50 years of experience as a fine artist, educator, and antiques collector to create a casual but sophisticated style of American Folk Art. His classic folk art features the animals, rural landscapes and buildings of Vermont. Warren Kimble’s paintings are universally appealing. They evoke a simpler and less complicated era. Kimble was born in 1935 and retired in 2006 at the age of 71, however, he continues to paint and remains active both in civic and artistic initiatives. He completed a new collection in 2009 entitled “Let The Sun Shine”. In 2002, he received the highest alumni honor from Syracuse University, the George Arents Pioneer Medal. He is also the recipient of an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vermont.