Webster’s Dictionary defines polka dots as “one of a number of large round dots repeated to form a regular pattern in textile design.” We added it to a colorful collection of perfectly shaped dinner and salad plates, and a whimsical Chip & Dip bowl. But everyone, it seemed, had a collection called Polka Dots. So we adopted its Italian name, Pallini, and gave the casual polka dot a whole new flair. Because each piece of our colorful melamine collections are first painted by hand on a canvas, we made sure each background would show off the brush strokes where it all began. And suddenly the simple dot became art for your table.