Since 3,000 B.C., pewter has been used to make functional decorative objects for the home. Today, Match continues this ancient tradition using methods passed down through generations of Italian artisans.
Effortlessly chic, Juliska designs imbue exquisite historic themes with imaginative new interpretations, authentically crafted by artisans and technical experts toproduce exceptional design, functionality and quality to suit today's demanding lifestyles.
A new contemporary pattern from Hermès, the "Rallye 24" collection boasts sport allure, racy geometric curves and bold pattern and color. Combine multicolor and monochrome styles, both referencing iconic motor racing teams. If you're looking for something new for your tabletop, this playful collection may be just the ticket.
Bold tones and sumptuous twists call out from L'Objet's "A Tableau of Novelties" collection. Inspired by cultures ancient and new united in a riot of elegance, this stunning malachite-inspired porcelain is hand-crafted, exotic and simply divine. A table set with this collection is sure to thrill the eye and spark the imagination.n
Adapted from botanical drawings of gardens in Mumbai, India, Bernardaud's precisely detailed floral and vegetal illustrations and rattan trompe l'oeil adorn the "Jardin Indien" fine porcelain dinnerware collection. Since 1863, Bernardaud has perpetuated and diversified the traditional skills and techniques in the fabrication of porcelain, preserving the cultural heritage of France.
Queen Victoria dined on it. Princess Diana delighted to receive it as a Christmas gift. And you too can enjoy Herend in your home. Many connoisseurs consider the Rothschild Bird pattern, first created in 1860, to be the epitome of hand-painting on porcelain. Herend is hand-painted but is durable and dishwasher-safe. Timeless and practical at once.