A parade of imaginary butterflies flying randomly with a notable three-dimensional effect. A collection resulting from the Vista Alegre and Christian Lacroix Maison collaboration, easily mix-and-matchable with all the different collections developed between the two prestigious brands, highlighting its sophisticated design.
Dinner set and decorative pieces with handmade details in gold and platinum. Lush and rich, the Butterfly Parade allows you to combine this collection with Vista Alegre and Christian Lacroix decorations like Forum, Sol y Sombra and Picassiette.
A collection that is luxurious and bold, fun and exquisite, blending the iconic elements of both brands.
Richly decorated in gold, with hand-painted details.
Elegant and distinct decoration. This new dinnerware set with a style that refers back to the Gothic art of the Renaissance era, results in a classic decoration with contemporary and timeless elements.
Coralina is a new tableware set based on the genius of one of the most highly reputed designers of haute couture in the entire world – Oscar de la Renta.
The floral motifs inspired by a dress created for the magazine Vogue in September 2006, reflect the magnificence and elegance that the designer placed in all his creations.
Decorated with a palette of warm and strong colours, Coralina reflects the passion that Oscar de la Renta felt for these natural shades represented in the fragrances, haute couture clothing and accessories with his signature.
A collection that echoes the splendour of the creations of this fashion designer.
The popular Bicos glass has a new and original interpretation. Touches of colour have been added to the existing range, which alternate between stem and body, allowing for fun combinations, without this classic glass losing its sophisticated characteristics.
Collection award winning with European Product Design Award 2018 and nominated for the German Design Awards 2019.
An unequalled reference of the Portuguese culture, Bordallo Pinheiro approached different artistic areas beginning ceramic production in 1884, revealing pieces of great technical and artistic quality, always featuring a unique aesthetic sense.
Cabbage, in its rough and flat form, could be used as a metaphor for Portugal’s rustic ways, which Bordallo had so many times caricatured. This was a clever way to honor it, placing it on the bourgeois’ tables, where other way it had not been invited.
Following the vegetable and fruit collection by Bordallo Pinheiro, this collection features juicy and colorful watermelons.
A complete range that includes bowls, fruit bowls, cake stand and accent plates, these items resemble the fruit, through very realistic irregularities in the shapes, texture and details like the seeds and the bright colors achieved.
Bordallo Pinheiro remains faithful to tradition using ancestral manufacture techniques along with naturalistic motifs. At the same time, the brand is able to deliver a contemporary dimension to its portfolio, thanks to the excellence of its production and its continuous reinvention, both at the aesthetic and technical level.