Tableware International March April 2022

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New Products

Welcome to paradise Paraíso, the new decor from SIEGER by FÜRSTENBERG, is an homage to the beauty of the earth, the richness of nature and the diversity of cultures. With imaginative designs and lots of colour, the dinner service brings all the world’s continents to the table. Michael Sieger and his team have designed a decor that will offer up fresh surprises each and every day. All 35 pieces in the collection were handcrafted and decorated with exquisite precision by Porzellanmanufaktur FÜRSTENBERG. Exceptionally versatile, they have wafer-thin walls with a thickness of around just two-and-a-half millimetres.


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Vista Alegre launches

Prism and Perle


Perle d’Or

Vista Alegre has launched Prism and Perle in the cutlery segment. The Prism cutlery set, consisting of 130 pieces, was inspired by the Vista Alegre iconic Bicos collection, with geometric lines and an exclusive, high-level design and sophisticated finishing. For the Perle collection, Vista Alegre created two models: Perle CN and Perle D’Or. The Perle CN model reveals its elegance, versatility and modernity in its curved shapes, in the thin 4mm thickness and in the hollow-handled knife. On the other hand, the finishing, which gives it a special touch, the superior quality and the small reliefs reminiscent of pearls give it a timeless character unique to the classics. Perle d’Or is the new version of the elegant Perle model, distinctive due to the 24-karat gold applied through a complex production technique. 20 TABLEWARE INTERNATIONAL

Inspired by… Japanese Kimonos

New from Serax for SS22 is the joyful Japanese Kimonos collection, designed by Bela Silva. The collection is made up of decorative bowls and plates in blue-green colourways. Designer Bela Silva is described by Serax as a “true citizen of the world” she often incorporates impressions from other cultures in her ceramics. She has named the new dishes and bowls Japanese Kimonos because the patterns and colours remind her of Japan. It is a particularly optimistic series, an ode to summer, to picnics on the grass, to flowers and blue skies. Perfect for bringing a touch of spring into your home.