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Cristobal Emeraude by Raynaud

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  • Limoges porcelain, partly goldplated
  • Dishwasher safe (max. 50°C) but not suitable for the microwave
The remarkable "Cristobal" dinnerware was imagined by the well-known designer and interior decorator, Alberto Pinto for Raynaud. He cleverly combined a plain white background with the brilliant colour and eccentric shape of coral, accentuating the overall effect with a fine gold finish. The originality of the design lies in the subtle decoration of the single pieces. Each of them has its own history and aesthetic personality.

The emerald green color, which complements the original coral red collection ("Cristobal Coral") and the ultramarine blue version ("Cristobal Marine"), plunges un into the abyss and the mysterious sea pits. It is sometimes dense and deep on the coral handles of the cups or on the knobs of the teapots, sometimes soft, contrasting, nuanced and watercoloured on the plates decorated with coral motifs in harmonious shapes. Displayed in small touches on the table or staged in an opulent way, Cristobal composes, builds and invents infinitely with the elegance and generosity that characterize the talented decorator.

Raynaud is one of the leading manufacturers of Limoges porcelain. Famous designers and artists create unique pieces for this reputable line, lending it their own inimitable style.

Particular care needs to be taken with the pieces generously decorated with gold, to avoid scratches appearing on the surface.
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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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