Best of Maison & Objet 2017: Tableware (Part 2)
We’re continuing our story about the newest, the coolest, the most original and beautiful tableware exhibited on numerous square kilometers of Maison & Objet 2017.
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With a production facility in Florence, every year this brand manages to introduce glass wares that instantly become raucous masterpieces. They all are decorated with gold, platinum, and other precious metals and stones, which attracts many world famous designers to collaborate with this very brand. This time a bright collection of vases and tableware was created by Karim Rashid. One more novelty for this year is a set of gorgeous glasses from Roma series.
Established back in 1821 in the building of a castle, the production facility of Gien brand still remains there and manufacturers incredible collections of tableware. Those pieces that are handmade go through the hands of an entire “football team” including 26 craftsmen before getting to the shop window. This year the brand focused on cheerful greenish shades that penetrated in almost all of its collections.
Mrs. Michelange Fradkof, the chief designer of the brand, personally attended Maison & Objet 2017 and was glad to share her love for tigers and other big cats, which inspired her latest collection.
This company’s history lasts for over 100 years and it still continues the good traditions of making home accessories, jewellery and tableware. Among the novelties of this year there was a new Manhattan collection featuring versatile bar devices – cocktail shakers, trays and corkscrews. Also in the pavilion you could find amazing cutlery, candlesticks and vases of ideal shapes and with super shiny surfaces.
Sieger by Furstenberg
Precious metals, black and white color scheme, characters of Greek mythology, full-fledged tea china sets, impressive patterns and delicate work — all rolled into one by Sieger brand. This time the producer had nothing new to share with the audience, because its last-season collections are still something to admire.
The young German brand has also exhibited its previous collections of bisque porcelain dishes and animalistic images that attracted so many admirers in the world.