Exactly what Your Next Dinner Party Needs: Nuclear Reactor Porcelain Plates

 

If you’ve ever been to a dinner party, then you are probably used to be served food on porcelain plates while discussing politically correct topics with other guests. Well, if you ever get the chance to host a dinner party and you want to change the mood of the conversation, try replacing your ordinary porcelain plates with ones that have pictures of power plants and nuclear reactors on them.

Atomteller is a German company which has created elegant porcelain plates with hand-painted images of power plants and nuclear reactors on them. In fact, each plate they manufacture depicts a particular German nuclear power plant that really exists. Other information painted on the plates include coordinates of the nuclear plant, the nearby water bodies of the plant, the number of accidents at the nuclear plant, and the type of reactor of the nuclear plant.

These plates are meant to be satirical and to not be taken seriously.

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And hey, if you didn’t cook the risotto long enough, at least everyone will remember how cool the china was.

The Atomteller shop is here.

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