Whether you are planning a Christmas dinner for ten or two, a Chinese porcelain game can add an air of elegance to your meal. But getting out of china doesn’t necessarily mean dusting your grandmother’s collection. There are many designers who make elegant, contemporary and porcelain tableware, which will show their personal style, without surprising the in-laws. No matter how he goes to dinner, it will be fantastic in these modern porcelain games. Real estate property
THE KATE SPADE PARKER PLACE COLLECTION
Solid black bands and platinum edges make this porcelain set a graphic statement. Each dish uses a different variation of the same motif, to distinguish the dishes, creating a continuous flow during the Christmas dinner. The blue robin egg band adds a touch of delicate and playful color.
THE DISHES OF SARKIS BERNARDAUD KINTSUGI
Mixing and combining porcelain games can be difficult, but if done well it can be a bold statement. If you want to add some color to a completely white porcelain set, look no further than Bernardaud’s Kintsugi Sarkis plates. The golden details are personalized on each plate of the collection and add a personalized touch that is also extraordinarily elegant.
THE GROSGRAIN DE VERA WANG AND WEDGWOOD COLLECTION
Porcelain marriage should not appear obsolete. Inspired by the ornaments used in Vera Wang’s wedding dresses, this collaboration between Wedgwood and Vera Wang is the perfect set for every married couple. Wedgwood is one of the oldest British manufacturers of fine porcelain, but this modern ensemble never feels obsolete.
NEW PLATINUM PLATINUM OF WATERFORD
Waterford is a world-renowned brand known for its distinct pieces of glass. But their porcelain collections are also of the highest order. This set uses a golden Celtic motif with microprinting, to give a contemporary twist to the company’s Irish heritage.
THE ROSENTHAL TAC 02 COLLECTION
This totally white porcelain set is far from standard. The Rosenthal Tac 02 collection was designed by one of the best architects of the twentieth century, Walter Gropius, and incorporates Bauhaus’s emphasis on functionality, while being exquisitely modern.
THE OPULENCE LHUILLIER WATERFORD MONIQUE COLLECTION
With a distinctive yet elegant motif, the Monique Lhuillier Opulence collection by Waterford certainly lives up to its name.