Upon first glance these plates may seem like a set of well decorated tableware, however, one glance at the attached color code and you soon realize that they're in fact plates inspired by the different courses served during traditional Italian dinners.
Taking the first dish, the second and the dessert - the team over at Studio Natural - working for Marino Cristal have broken down the ingredients usually found in these dishes.
For example, half of the secondo plate is show in blue. A quick glance at the chart shows that this signifies meat and fish and that usually the second plate in Italy would be made up of around 50% meat or fish. The plate even accounts for the use of olive oil.
They're well made and a nice way to visualize the make up of the much loved Mediterranean diet.