Kimono by Herend

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  • Porcelain, hand-painted, refined with gold
  • suitable for the dishwasher but not suitable for the microwave
Japanese art meets Hungarian porcelain. Herend presents this delightful combination with aristocratic charm in its "Kimono" porcelain dinner service, the design is the result of intricate hand-painted calligraphy. The images were inspired by Japanese motifs, some of which the Herend porcelain artists have arranged asymmetrically. Samurais, women combing their hair, or couples in kimonos stand opposite the silhouette of a tree, while birds and dragons flutter around the rim.

"Kimono" strictly adheres to a gold and black colour scheme. The handles of the cups are gilded and the gold rims of the plates and cups are adorned with black leaves, petals and butterflies. The hand-painted "Kimono" dinner service from the respected Hungarian manufacturer Herend displays a fascinating mixture of Japanese minimalism in partially gilded apparel.

Herend porcelain has earned a reputation for its high-quality, traditional craftsmanship, in particular for the precision of the work by the Hungarian porcelain artists who paint each piece by hand.
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  • The shipping costs for the destination U.S.A. are US $ 35.00.
  • Artedona ships globally, mainly with UPS. Within Germany you can also choose to have your order shipped with DHL. Available shipping options are shown during check-out.
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Sept 2013

In their September 2013 edition the Residence magazine presents various products by Artedona.

Traumwohnen & Genießen
September / October 2012

"Japanisch! Goldränder, Kalligrafie und Samurai-Motiv: das Modell Kimono ist ein echtes Kunstwerk. Als Griff dient ein zappelnder Fisch."

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