We've scoured the globe to curate the best luxury dinnerware sets to bring the art of dining to your home. From Portugal to Limoges, France, to the USA, we've selected our favorite couture designs such as Vista Alegre, Oscar de la Renta and Christian Lacroix to name a few. Here are our favorite top sellers and insta-classics that we adore to share with you!
Brunno Jahara, Brazilian designer of our time, created the Transatlantica dinnerware set for Vista Alegre, in the year of commemoration of the Year of Portugal in Brazil and of Brazil in Portugal. Their new blue and white porcelain Transatlantica Dinner Plate celebrates the union of blood between the two worlds, united by the mighty Atlantic in a unique multicultural interpretation.
Michael Wainwright’s ultra luxe gold dinnerware features a 24K gold organic pattern inspired by footprints on the sand.
Parisian fashion designer Christian Lacroix’s Butterfly Parade dinnerware is a gorgeous parade of real and imaginary butterflies flying over the pieces, with notable three-dimensional effects. Hand decorated with 24-kt. gold and platinum and made in Portugal this is couture for your tabletop.
In the Sol y Sombra collection. The striped water colours of Christian Lacroix join gold and platinum elements for a bold, graphic statement.
Carrara by Vista Alegre is a modern dinnerware collection featuring geometric chevron and carrara marble artwork on fine porcelain. This unexpected collection designed by French designer Coline le Corre is interchangeable and creates an incredible look when layered.
The Blue Ming dinnerware collection by Dutch designer Marcel Wanders features his signature modern take on classical delftware. This fine porcelain is a modern classic with the designer’s cheeky twist on the 'Blue' and 'Ming' forming the name, as delftware was inspired by the Ming Dynasty and features 'Blooming' flowers. We love it!
Coralina by Oscar de la Renta is a designer dinnerware collection inspired by the designer's brilliant haute couture fashion. The collection features floral motifs reminiscent of the dress de la Renta created for Vogue in 2006, bringing a natural palette of warm and deep colors to this haute couture inspired porcelain dinnerware.
The Rua Nova dinnerware sets is inspired by the Renaissance era blue tiles found on many Portuguese streets. Combining tradition and modernity, this collection by Bordallo Pinheiro offers a variety of utilitarian pieces and table accessories in four colors: morning blue, anthracite, green, and white antique.
Brought to you by the people who understand a love affair with dinnerware; who believe in dressing the table in designer sets even on non-designer days. Because the beauty of luxury table setting simply makes life at home more beautiful.
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