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Typically, tableware is self-contained in terms of its design, either uniform across a set or at least forming a complimentary series set around the table.
These pieces are all parts of a larger puzzle, and could spark quite the discussing during either eating or cleanup at a large meal.
Ceramist Molly Hatch uses historical images from major museums as the basis for her pieces, so a savvy art historian might notice something familiar in each part of the whole. Note that though she displays these in museums as well, they might be even more interesting at the dining table.