An off-shoot of the Graffiti Green pattern, the Holly Graffiti pattern is often used during the Christmas season to add a bit of color to the table. The glossy, spiny-toothed leaves with red berries are artistically depicted larger than life and with a much softer edge. Much like you’d find in nature, no two pieces are the same as the free-flowing strokes of the artist vary from piece to piece. And while street graffiti is often anonymous, in the Stoneware tradition, the bottom of each piece is “tagged” by the artist who painted the powerful images.
The dinnerware, accessories and serving pieces of Holly Graffiti stand alone, or together with its sister pattern -- Graffiti.