; 5 gorgeous dinnerware options that deserve their own party

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5 gorgeous dinnerware options that deserve their own party

APR 24, 2018 | By Nidhi Upadhyaya
CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP Black stoneware lunch plates and mugs from Stelton; Stoneware plates, bowls and stainless steel creamers from Blomus.
CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT La Scala del Palazzo porcelain dinnerware from Rosenthal meets Versace; Cashmere Bloems collection from Maxwell and Williams; Tavaha glazed stoneware trays from A Simple Mess.

Among the coolest design displays we noticed at Ambiente 2018, the annual consumer goods fair in Germany, we couldn’t help but be enthralled by the exquisite dinnerware on offer. From innovative materials to ostentatious ornamentaion, you’re going to find yourself planning a party just to show off this stylish kitchenware and exquisite accessories:ROSENTHAL MEETS VERSACE For the collaboration’s 25th anniversary, the German company has introduced La Scala del Palazzo porcelain dinnerware that uses Palazzo Versace in Milan as its muse. Website: www.rosenthal.deMAXWELL & WILLIAMS The homeware brand’s bone china Cashmere Bloems collection, imagined by Australian graphic designer Carol-Joy Pirie, boasts cheerful floral patterns. Website: www.maxwellandwilliams.com.au A SIMPLE MESS Tavaha glazed stoneware trays from Denmark based Louise Dorph’s home accessories brand are inspired by a motion of sea waves. Website: www.a-simple-mess.comSTELTON Black stoneware lunch plates and mugs from the Theo collection, created by Francis Cayouette, exhibit a raw finish on the outside and a glazed surface within.Website: www.stelton.comBLOMUS Envisioned by Floz Design’s Nina Thoming, the new tableware line comprises stoneware plates, bowls and stainless steel creamers. Website: www.blomus.usAlso read: 5 foliage inspired pieces for a lush tablescape