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Zak Releases Line of Ceramic Tableware Featuring Iconic Scenes from Star Wars

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Zak Designs are selling this wonderful and positively retro Ceramic Star Wars tableware and they look amazing.  Imagine serving these to your friends at your next Star Wars evening?  The Force would definitely be with you.  The Bearded Trio have teamed up with Zak Designs to give you an extra 10% off your order too.

There is a simple and undeniable truth that holds fast from one end of the galaxy to the other – Star Wars never goes out of style. From the moment the unforgettable cast characters first appeared on the silver screen, they have become woven into the lives of fans everywhere. Now, Zak Designs is giving people of all ages an opportunity to showcase just how stylish Star Wars really is with a new line of ceramic plates and bowls that are designed to be as timeless as the characters featured on them.

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To make it easier to set the table with a complete assortment of Star Wars characters, the new ceramic line will be sold in sets of four. The line will include a set of 10.5” dinner plates, 7.5” salad plates, 6” dessert bowls, and 6” cereal bowls. Every plate and bowl in each 4pk set features a different iconic character from Han and Chewie to Obi-Wan and Yoda. The line will also include a 4pk of ceramic mugs that feature a classic image of Luke and Vader on the front of the mug and an iconic character quote on the back.

To create an even more timeless feel throughout the Star Wars ceramic line, all of the characters are stylishly portrayed in black and white. So whether it’s a fashionable dinner party or a simple meal in front of the TV, the Star Wars ceramics line is designed to be at home in any situation. Because just like Star Wars, good taste never goes out of style. 

You can order yours from Zak Designs and what's even better is if you use code 'beardedtrio' you'll get an extra 10% off anything on their page.  


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