HENRI BENDEL TEA CUP & SAUCER SET  One cup of holiday cheer coming right up. Serve your favorite blend in the gold-foiled bone china Henri Bendel Cup & Saucer Set. Pair with the matching Brown & White Striped Teapot for a heartwarming hostess gift.  $58.00

HENRI BENDEL TEA CUP & SAUCER SET One cup of holiday cheer coming right up. Serve your favorite blend in the gold-foiled bone china Henri Bendel Cup & Saucer Set. Pair with the matching Brown & White Striped Teapot for a heartwarming hostess gift. $58.00

Corelle Dinnerware, Noir 16 Piece Set - Casual Dinnerware - Dining & Entertaining - Macy's

Corelle Dinnerware, Noir 16 Piece Set - Casual Dinnerware - Dining & Entertaining - Macy's

The Usuhari line of glassware are manufactured by Shotoku Glass, a company that was established in 1922, making light bulbs. Each glass is handmade in Japan, by master craftsmen. While they appear delicate, these stemless wine glasses are as strong as ordinary glassware. Two glasses packaged in a traditional Kiri wooden gift box for an elegant presentation.

The Usuhari line of glassware are manufactured by Shotoku Glass, a company that was established in 1922, making light bulbs. Each glass is handmade in Japan, by master craftsmen. While they appear delicate, these stemless wine glasses are as strong as ordinary glassware. Two glasses packaged in a traditional Kiri wooden gift box for an elegant presentation.

Crown jewels for the table: this "Elizabeth" dinner service was designed for Czarina Elizabeth Petrowna in 1759 and then reproduced by the porcelain manufactory Robert Haviland & C. Parlon for the Metropolitan Museum in New York in 1950. This collection still retains its original grandeur today. The paper-thin Limoges porcelain and the enchanting lightness of its design exercise an irresistible charm. The fuchsia-coloured flowers, enmeshed in gold thread, glow against the bright white…

Crown jewels for the table: this "Elizabeth" dinner service was designed for Czarina Elizabeth Petrowna in 1759 and then reproduced by the porcelain manufactory Robert Haviland & C. Parlon for the Metropolitan Museum in New York in 1950. This collection still retains its original grandeur today. The paper-thin Limoges porcelain and the enchanting lightness of its design exercise an irresistible charm. The fuchsia-coloured flowers, enmeshed in gold thread, glow against the bright white…

Emily Carr University design student Lorea Sinclaire exhibited her adorable ceramic tiffin lunch kit.

Emily Carr University design student Lorea Sinclaire exhibited her adorable ceramic tiffin lunch kit.

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