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Bernardaud Elysee Dinner Plate

BernardaudElysee Dinner Plate

$313

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  • This service was produced by the Sèvres Manufactory in 1832, for the personal use of King Louis-Philippe at the Tuileries Palace. From the very start of his reign, Louis-Philippe preferred to entirely replace the table settings of the royal residences rather than make use of pieces inherited from his predecessors
  • In response to such sizeable orders, the Sèvres Manufactory came up with a technical innovation and around 1842 adopted the plate calibration method that is still used to this day
  • Retaining the gracious curves of the Empire shape, certain pieces in this service are nevertheless inspired by the purest Classical style
  • The original dinnerware service is held by the National Museum of Ceramics in Sèvres, France
  • Made of porcelain
  • Approx. 10.5"Dia.
  • ​Made in France

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About Bernardaud:
Founded in 1863 in Limoges, France, and still owned by the family, Bernardaud continues to be at the cutting edge of creativity and innovation while upholding its core values of excellence, superior quality and precision. Working in a sector that is in a permanent state of change, the house continues to develop advanced technology and push back technical limits in the art and science of porcelain-making. The company’s determination to work to the highest of standards is the key to its collaboration with internationally famous contemporary artists.

“The art of making porcelain is subtle and presents us with constant challenges. It pushes us to always go further. I accept the challenge. It is a challenge that demands time before all else. It is the path of perfection.” Michel Bernardaud