Discover our selection of crystal, porcelain, silverware, and decorative objects by artists, craftsmen, designers, and exceptional manufacturers.
Specialized in handcrafted Bohemian crystal glassware, mouth-blown, Artel was founded in1998 by Karen Feldman. Original design motifs: geometric patterns, flora, fauna and sea life
The MOMA in New York collects it, Alain Ducasse serves it, the best designers create it, and people all over the world treasure it every day: glassware made by Vienna manufacturer J. & L. Lobmeyr sparks universal fascination.
Light, delicate and elegant, the Moser glassworks are manufactured according to traditional methods: mouth blowing, hand cut and hand polished to a high gloss or hand gilded with a 24 K gold.
Collection of dinnerware in fine hand-painted Limoges Porcelain for Au Bain Marie inspired by nature : fishes, ducks, vegetables and deers.
La Bocca Green Service in Royal Limoges Porcelain, the most ancient manufactory of Limoges porcelain still active today. Combination of green squares and gold stripes decor.
Limoges porcelain are universally known for their delicacy and their wonderful decorations. Medicis Service is outstanding and rare, in platinum hand-engraved and hand-painted in fine porcelain.
Exquisite English Fine Bone China porcelain by Royal Crown Derby, established in 1750. Iconic patterns and distinguished design, Royal Crown Derby are made in the UK with traditional and prestigious know-how and has been delivering Royal Families and the finest hotel and restaurants over the world.
The "Ludwig II" service is an elegant and sophisticated porcelain tea set. The delicate patterns of the porcelain are inspired by the delicacy of a seashell, adorned with fine gold that adds a touch of luxury to each piece of the service. The subtle and graceful forms recall the atmosphere of the Venus Grotto at Linderhof Palace, a reference to the refinement and sophistication of Ludwig II of Bavaria. This set is perfect for those who love tea served with elegance and refinement.
Elisabeth Collection, House of R. Haviland & C. Parlon , Limoges.
The Elisabeth Collection from the House of R. Haviland & C. Parlon in Limoges has its origins in 1762 when Falconet designed this service for Empress Catherine II of Russia. In 1950, the house reissued some pieces from this collection to present it at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. This collaboration with prestigious cultural institutions is a common practice at R. Haviland & C. Parlon. Their reissue of the Rossini cup for the Paris Opera, the Pivoines service for the Museum of Decorative Arts, as well as their tableware inspired by Monet for the Claude Monet Museum in Giverny, testify to their passion for art and their commitment to excellence.
Robert Haviland & C. Parlon porcelain is a symbol of great craftsmanship and embodies French refinement in many palaces and embassies around the world.
Claude Monet lived in his house in Giverny, in love with its exceptional gardens, which were tended by 7 gardeners. The property now belongs to the Académie des Beaux-Arts. Monet owned a collection of earthenware crockery, including a yellow and blue service specially designed by the artist for festive occasions. The artist's home is the second most popular tourist site in Normandy, just behind Mont-Saint-Michel.
The mission of the Claude Monet Foundation in Giverny is to preserve and bring to life the house and garden of this famous painter. For the boutique in 1976, it called on a Limoges manufacturer, R. Haviland & C. Parlon of Limoges to re-manufacture its yellow and blue model, which was a great success in France and abroad, notably at Tiffany's, which had exclusive rights to it in the United States.
Teak bench made of teak roots with very discreet satin varnish ensuring proper protection of the wood without changing its natural aesthetic. The bench is resting on four legs. Very decorative furniture in vintage and raw style.
Fine porcelain coffee cup and saucer