The House offers many porcelain dinnerware services decorated with patterns that are inspired by nature: flowers, plants, birds and butterflies enliven plates and serving pieces, often embellished with gold or platinum. Styles are diverse: sometimes figurative, sometimes stylized or inspired by the great French decorative movements such as Classicism, Art Deco, Art Nouveau but also contemporary ones, designed by today's creators.
The shape of the cup emphasizes the taste and aroma of coffee thanks to its thin edges while keeping it hot.
Praiana draws its inspiration from the Art Nouveau style; multiform and international, this movement is that of curves and arabesques. Freely inspired by nature, also privileging the theme of woman, it is a pure product of the Belle Epoque. The very enveloping decor on each piece reminds us of the precious objects dressed in green shark-skin that were very fashionable in the 1920.
Constance offers all the refinement of the Empire style. Acorns, Oak and laurel leave - the symbols of strength, longevity and peace - are delicately arranged and appear as if painted by an artist's brush in watercolors.
This set is a beautiful gift for tea / coffee lovers. It comes with a 2-cups teapot, two 7 oz mugs, a small sugar bowl and a small ...
Can be used to serve appetizer, dessert and cheeses.
19th Century illustrations of a Mumbai garden that no longer exists were used to create this pattern of flowers and foliage. The original composition of different serving pieces and the diversity of watercolors allow this collection to coordinate with modern decoration inspired by the 1960' or the Anglo-Saxon, more natural and classic.
Inspired by the curiosity cabinets that were so fashionable in the 16th and 17th centuries, the pattern is available on a full dinnerware service with scenes reminiscent of japanese prints: birds depicted in automnal colors perch on stylised trees in raised gold.
Vegetal Or decorated with golden leaves that seem to be brought to life by a subtle variation in the material. Feuille d'Or uses gold to perfectly recapture the lightly crumpled texture of an ancient technique: the art of gilding. Mix & match these pieces for infinite possibilities to dress a table that stunningly luxurious and yet decidedly contemporary.
The Héloïse model exemplifies a type of French dinner service bearing accurate botanical representations that was produced in the 19th century by major porcelain houses. For this model, Bernardaud chose to set delicate, natural-looking daisies in subtle hues on a field of satiny gold, for a floral look that is at once vibrant and timeless.
The stylized Garden of Eden depicted in this beautiful Prunus pattern comes from a XIVth century Chinese dish. Added delicate gold motifs bring an Art Deco touch to the entire service. The collection offers a bucolic stroll.
The dinner plate is used to present your main course. It is often placed on the charger.
The In Bloom collection by Zemer Peled is the result of an encounter between a talented young artist and exceptional craftsmanship. During her residency at the Manufacture Bernardaud, Zemer Peled spent time observing and understanding the complexity of creating a porcelain piece. It is with great enthusiasm that she became interested in the know how of decoration, alongside an expert who has ...
The decor revisits the ceramic motifs of the 16th Century Ottoman Empire which were themselves inspired by the Ming dynasty. This predilection of Ottoman princes' is referenced in the cobalt blue and white which accentuate the depth of the scrolls and variety of flowers: marigolds, tulips, roses...
Bouncing back on the vintage fashion, Bernardaud has drawn from its archives rose motifs treated in the old-fashion way into a falsely disparate composition. On the table, a subtle balance is achieved in a variation of roses, stripes, and golden foliage alternating from one plate to another. This charming set is a nostalgic reminder of the French 1950s with its joyous family Sunday meals, with ...
To present and serve different kinds of sugar and also keep them away form light and humidity
Eden recaptures the flamboyant 19th century designs through the subtle play of brilliant and matte gold accents and thus highlights an expertise perpetuated today by the craftspeople of Bernardaud.