Category Archives: Fine China

Alberto Pinto

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Borrowing from various cultural influences from his earliest childhood, Alberto Pinto, an inescapable actor of interior design, has built his works on the interbreeding and mixture of genders from more than baroque to less than bare. After having attended the … Continue reading

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Anna Weatherley

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Hand-painted porcelain has a long tradition in Hungary going back almost two centuries. The artisans in Anna Weatherley’s studio are trained in the classical painting tradition. Only the best painters are capable of mixing the colors and painting the delicate … Continue reading

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Bernardaud

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In a continuing effort to explore the potentialities of its signature material, Bernardaud capitalizes on its traditional expertise as it ventures into new territories and offers collections that are relevant to all aspects of contemporary lifestyle. To preserve the image … Continue reading

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Christofle

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Since 1830, Christofle has mastered the art of working with silver, rendering that material sublime and special: it is shiny without ostentation, intelligent without pretense, and versatile yet sincere. The silversmith’s know-how concentrated in its factory in Yainville, Normandy, guarantees … Continue reading

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Jaune de Chrome

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Jaune de Chrome dinnerware is fired at the highest temperatures insuring a quality and longevity like no other. Dare to play with colors and mix and match your favorite collections. Jaune de Chrome is known worldwide for being the only brand … Continue reading

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JL Coquet

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JL Coquet was founded in 1963 and has inherited a rich tradition. The manufacture was settled in 1824 in Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat, on the banks of the river Vienne and just a few miles from the city of Limoges. Many generations of … Continue reading

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L’Objet

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Lending ancient techniques with a distinctly modern sensibility, L’Objet creates objects inspired by the beauty of the natural world. Each creation is meticulously conceived and carefully hand-made by European and Asian master craftsmen, incorporating such distinctive materials as 24K gold, … Continue reading

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Meissen

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Meissen Porcelain or Meissen China was the first European hard-paste porcelain. It was developed starting in 1708 by Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus. After his death that October, Johann Friedrich Böttger continued von Tschirnhaus’s work and brought porcelain to the market. … Continue reading

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Porcel

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Porcel porcelain is recognized around the world for its high production standards and attention to detail. These products offer beauty with clean and modern elegance.

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Raynaud China

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Founded in 1849, Raynaud is the only remaining manufactory of the 11 original Limoges houses. Only the finest materials are used to create each piece, formed by centuries-old processes and designed by celebrated artists. Today, Raynaud still makes and decorates … Continue reading

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Rosenthal

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Brings the legacy of Phillip Rosenthal into the present day, demonstrating the holistic approach of the brand. Representing everything that was important to Phillip Rosenthal: innovation, the joy of experimentation and good design.

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