I wonder if the designer has English as her second language? The messages use language in an off-key way. For instance, here's what it says on the box:
'Olive oil's uses in gastronomy are immense...'
And one of the plates has this:
'The olives can be green or black and is traditionally served...'
What a pity no one edited the language before the plates were printed. I notice that they were made in China, but they were designed in the USA. Here's the mark on the reverse of one plate:
I enjoy oddities of language, so I'm expecting to find food served on my lovely new plates has an extra piquancy.
I've found a link to the manufacturer. I think their products are lovely, by the way.