The luster of gold and the pristine white of porcelain have always gone well together, hence they are often chosen as wedding service. One pays the most beautiful homage to the other: porcelain showcases gold and gold illuminates porcelain. Among gold decors, you will find the most refined dinnerware services decorated with a simple gold line, but also extremely sophisticated services, richly decorated with classic or contemporary patterns. Gold at Bernardaud is a delicate and demanding matter - it requires two applications and two firings in order to obtain the subtly satin rendering which is the House’s signature. In addition, gold lining and other gold enhancements are exclusively applied by hand by the best painters-decorators.
Patterned in gold and relief, Canisse is like a luxurious matte and glossy weave adorning candle tumblers, trays, valet trays and vases.
Sol is a cheery, luminous collection in an unequivocally contemporary style.
The addition of a gold pattern to the Twist decor, made using 3 D technology, further emphasizes the subtle effect of the geometric pattern taken in twisted momentum.- It thus allows a very pretty radiant effect which accentuates even more the alternation of matt and shine finish.
This bold and stunning design was inspired by Venice's magnificent brocade textiles patterns. The decoration features a wide gold band of pattern, creating a design statement upon the five piece place setting and also an array of service pieces.
Tea gift case Aux Rois Or composed of a teapot, six tea cups and saucers, a creamer and a sugar bowl.
The delicate design of this new collection combines various influences: the light effects of the rice paper Japanese screens, the art of origami folding, the braiding and caning of the furniture of the 50s, not to mention the 3D graphics offered by the new technologies. The result is an unprecedent subtle effect of a rigorously geometric pattern taken in twisted momentum. Engraved on the rim ...
The shape of the cup emphasizes the taste and aroma of tea thanks to its thin edges while keeping it hot.
This is the latest addition to the Ecume collection, which recreates the look of foam through subtle textural contrasts and skilled glazing work. The plate rim is decorated in gold with hollows engraved in white, producing a poetic, contemporary effect. The Ecume mordoré collection will give your dinner table an aura of modern elegance.
Subtle effects within the material, masterful glazing work, the hollow engraving of Ecume makes for a contemporary and poetic collection that produces a highly elegant and modern table setting.
Bernardaud and Petrossian have developed an original caviar ser vice that will embellish your table and elevate caviar-tasting into an ...
"I am fascinated by this Japanese art called "Kintsugi" from the 16th century, which is to make visible repairs on ceramic made with a mix of lacquer and gold giving an even greater aesthetic value". Sarkis
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.
Palmyre provides an ideal backdrop for a personal creativity. Able to set a refined table while emphasizing its understated appearance or a personalized setting when paired with another pattern from the Bernardaud collections.
A reference to design trends from the 1970’s, the geometric motif of the Athena Collection creates a dimensional and graphic appearance. Brilliant and matte accents highlight the understated, neoclassical frieze, while emphasizing the beautiful modernity of the collection. Athena expresses a strong personality full of elegance and allure. A wide variety of accessories may easily compliment the ...
Sauvage Or is a testament to a distinctive technical prowess: Bernardaud successfully reproduced on a table service the texture of reptilian skin.
This collection revisits the grandeur of early 19th century French porcelain styles, most notably the influence of renowned porcelain painter Pierre-Louis Dagoty, that combine elegance of form, vibrant colors and the sumptuousness of design and application of gold. The distinctive flowering papyrus motif that radiates along the border of the plate pays homage to the passionate interest in ...
The service plate highlights the dinner plate that is placed on top.
Eventail delicately portrays an abundantly rich, ancient fan pattern that creates the illusion of relief on embroidered silk or unfurled wallpaper. The effect of this astonishing trompe-l'oeil is heightened by the use of gold tone on a background alternating violet and purple hues.