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Opulent classics and fine

feminine shapes are complementary in the collections of the porcelain manufacture Raynaud from Limoges.
The splendid dishes

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  • Oskar
  • Allee Du Roy The Rococo style of the garden in synthesis with peasant corn flowers charms the royal Menton. The geometric refinement of the hedges, the delicate arches of the forge are reflected in their colors and shapes.
    Filigree the textured gold ribbon at the edges, detailed garlands with the small blue...
  • Argent Polka Or Tradition in elegant appearance. The double curved rim, adorned with delicate fruits, has convinced the form in the program of the French porcelain manufactory for centuries.
    Hand-painted gold decoration enhances the collection and sets charming accents especially on the naturalistic knobs. The...
  • The dishes move in a great twist, indicated by the delicate relief. The modern service is contemporary as well for traditional table decorations, which you can see at the photo with the classic cutlery from Ercuis.
    Like a meringue the waves turn up to the button and recommend Atlantide...
  • Atlantide Or Aromatic light with a lively gold rim, Atlantide is a dreamful set not only for coffee and tea.
    The shape of the flowing silk seems to dematerialize, merely held together by the fine edge of 24 karat polished gold. Far from any superfluous splendor, the collection confesses to its delicate...
  • Atlantide Platine Lively with a coquettish silver strip the design sets feminine priorities. Like a moving drapery,the structure brings movement into the lines of sight and shadow. A fine platinum edge finishes the decor and underscores the intoxicated delicacy of the porcelain from Limoges.
  • Atlantide Sable A dance of silk in fluttering swing, so the set seems to hover with the dull shimmering surface. At the photo combined with the cutlery Paris from Ercuis, which combines the shimming lines as a stylized knot.
    While the sweeping flags are silky matt with the feminine relief, the mirror of the...
  • Attraction Or Et Platine Gold and silver stripes caress the form Hommage. The loose play of the filigree precious metal contrasts with the predominantly strict silhouettes created by Thomas Keller. The irregular rings dissolve the straightness to create an ethereal appearance, perfectly suited to the combination with gilded...
  • Raynaud Attraction Rose Fine lines organise surfaces, dissolve them into hypnotic pink, purple, red with accented rings of gold. Subtle elegance presented in youthful garb.
    Colorful and graceful the theme varies over the striking contour of Hommage, emphasizes the imaginative shapes and emphasizes their geometry. A...
  • Attraction Turquoise Blue, turquoise and navy unite with gold to create a twist of modern generosity. Delicacy of tender lines dissolve the play of functional forms into a blue rainbow.
    With an immaculate sense of style the tableware proves sense of shape, youthful lightness and swinging balance, which let classical...
  • Cristobal Marine Branched, the decor explodes in dark blue and gold, with cloudy surfaces in cobalt as a quiet counter pole. Rich of tensions the Limoges tableware is a great sight to look at - see photo - with the Empire cutlery Lauriers by Ercuis.
    The theme of the coral is varied and further developed by Alberto...
  • Douceurs
  • Fiesta
  • Fontainebleau Or
  • Fontainebleau Platine
  • Histoire Naturelle
  • Hommage This collection leaves a lot of space for imaginative decoration of the cookery. Thomas Keller designed it and you dine in his 'per se' in New York. Plates of all sizes and with the most varied shapes and mirrors, oval or angular, concentric or with a generously broad edge, can be found here....
  • Raynaud Hommage Caviar “Hommage” is like another point of view; “Hommage” is very white, very flat porcelain; generously wide rimmed and superimposed with shapes to inspire the chef and enhance the food. “Hommage” is an unostentatious part of the set up and can be used from preparation in the kitchen to...
  • Hommage Checks Pepita in shimmering white invigorates the solid surfaces. Gourmet porcelain for connoisseurs with manifold possibilities receives with the subtle decoration a touch of playful character.
    Plate mirrors in variations - angular, square or round - and cloches are a fitting setting for culinary...
  • Hommage Makassar “Hommage” is like another point of view; “Hommage” is very white, very flat porcelain; generously wide rimmed and superimposed with shapes to inspire the chef and enhance the food. “Hommage” is an unostentatious part of the set up and can be used from preparation in the kitchen to...
  • Hommage Silver
  • Jardin d'Hiver Arabesques and wrought iron motifs construct an elegant labyrinth on the plates. The décor combines symmetry with harmonious curves, evoking greenhouse frames and the wrought iron garden furniture so much in vogue in the 19th century, but also the layout of alleyways, groves and trimmed boxwood,...
  • Feminine curves of Lunes are the stage for culinary art. The plates of this dish are not flat, but extend upwards, to the guest, and present the food.
    In collaboration with the chef, a designer couple and the porcelain manufacture, this porcelain has been created around the modern table concept....
  • Lunes Eclipse Organically black flows over the three-dimensionality of the plates, letting the white grow out of the darkness. The sublime mirrors are skillfully underlined with the color application, certainly as the podium of culinary creation.
    Artworks of the gourmet kitchen find their right setting in the...
  • Marquises Et Mandarins
  • Menton The famous Limoges porcelain, which is the basis of Raynaud's most elaborate decor, also impresses with its warm white.
    The dishes appear casually as a variant Empire with its slightly conical basic forms. Filigree handles and a transparent shard point to the noble origin. Charming, the series...
  • Raynaud Mineral Wild and irregular like a rock face in the high Alps, the relief of the collection represents a new dimension for your table. The polarizing opposites of fine porcelain and the roughness as of a weathered stone unite to form an exciting picture full of surprises.
    The Mineral structure echoes...
  • Minéral Irisé Sky blue
  • Minéral Irisé Warm Grey
  • Mineral Or Raynaud has reinvented one of its flagship services: Minéral. The vigorous, precise relief is inspired by nature and reinterpreted on a very flat contemporary plate. A new line of plates to be completed with dishes, star cups, salad bowls and pieces for serving tea and coffee, for an...
  • Mineral Platine Raynaud has reinvented one of its flagship services: Minéral. The vigorous, precise relief is inspired by nature and reinterpreted on a very flat contemporary plate. A new line of plates to be completed with dishes, star cups, salad bowls and pieces for serving tea and coffee, for an...
  • Mineral Sablé
  • Monceau Bleu Outremer A refined collection of contemporary and sophisticated lines. Each piece is hand-painted with a filet of pure color for a chic and modern dinner table. Gold or platinum, subtle shades or vibrant hues, the Monceau palette gives free rein to the imagination and allows combinations of colors or with...
  • Monceau Noir d'encre Like sails in a light breeze, the lines of the dishes span elongated and in a great radius. The energy of the gentle arches is drawn into its limits by the energetic ink stroke in black.
    The contour, which explores the extremes, is given by the clear contrast a touch of objectivity and art deco,...
  • Monceau Or Elegantly framed with a fine gold thread, this collection combines the exceptionality of the porcelain Silhouette of Uni with the most classic of all porcelain decorations.
    The contour of the form is subtly emphasized with the delicate brush stroke. Nothing disturbs the flow, but the generous...
  • Raynaud Monceau Orange Abricot The hand-painted edge of Monceau makes the collection look different depending on the color. Apricot color emphasizes the youthful charm of the porcelain. Freshly the colored framing sets priorities consistent with the shape design.
    Slightly transparent, the set has a character like petals in...
  • Monceau Platine A refined collection of contemporary and sophisticated lines. Each piece is hand-painted with a filet of pure color for a chic and modern dinner table. Gold or platinum, subtle shades or vibrant hues, the Monceau palette gives free rein to the imagination and allows combinations of colors or with...
  • Monceau Rouge Vermillon A refined collection of contemporary and sophisticated lines. Each piece is hand-painted with a filet of pure color for a chic and modern dinner table. Gold or platinum, subtle shades or vibrant hues, the Monceau palette gives free rein to the imagination and allows combinations of colors or with...
  • Inspiration Porcelaines Raynaud has created a new and magical collection Raynaud Paradis with an enchanting décor designed in collaboration with Fromental, a well-known name in British interior design.
    Inspiration for this pattern was drawn from Fromental’s Chinoiserie wallpaper collection,...
  • Princesse Alice
  • Princesse Astrid
  • Princesse Caroline
  • Princesse Diane
  • Salamanque Or Blanc The very intricate design found on these two patterns is directly inspired by the decorative motifs of the Renaissance (16th century) that are much in evidence on the metalwork and flatware pieces with engraved handles that were produced during that period in Toledo in Spain. This inspiration is...
  • Raynaud Salamanque Platine Blanc The very intricate design found on these two patterns is directly inspired by the decorative motifs of the Renaissance (16th century) that are much in evidence on the metalwork and flatware pieces with engraved handles that were produced during that period in Toledo in Spain. This inspiration is...
  • Sérénité Or A refined collection of contemporary and sophisticated lines. Each piece is hand-painted with a filet of pure color for a chic and modern dinner table. Gold or platinum, subtle shades or vibrant hues, the Monceau palette gives free rein to the imagination and allows combinations of colors or with...
  • Sérénité Platine A refined collection of contemporary and sophisticated lines. Each piece is hand-painted with a filet of pure color for a chic and modern dinner table. Gold or platinum, subtle shades or vibrant hues, the Monceau palette gives free rein to the imagination and allows combinations of colors or with...
  • Shéhérazade
  • Tolede Or Blanc
  • Tolede Platine Blanc
  • Trésor
  • Trésor bleu
  • Tropic Bleu Unburdened colors, which invite to an outing, determine the image of the dishes with the traditional French contours. Summerly in pastel with wide edges unites tropic style and joie de vivre.
    Elegant on stylish white, the unfamiliar stripes seduce to casual indulgences not only in summer nights....
  • Raynaud Tropic Rose Appetizing and generous, the color pink appears on the white porcelain from its most charming side. Traditional form and modern decor complement each other to a picture of summerly festivity.
    In combination with the other colors of the decorative family, with the plates in the variation Pareo...
  • Tropic Vert Apple green conjures summer freshness on the table. Joy of life manifests itself in broad pastel colored stripes, delicately set with a dark green line.
    The perfect synthesis of swanky forms, traditional porcelain and modernity create a scenery of table pleasures, nonchalantly complemented by...
  • Uni
  • Verdures
  • Villandry Fleurs Flower motifs as on old engravings, serially on the surfaces of the classic basic form with the stylized basketwork complement the tableware series Villandry with the hand-painted border. For the cups and plates there are several flower varieties to choose from, all in the style 0f the beginning of...
  • Villandry Fruits Grapes and dates, apples and pears enchant the table with a fusion of old form and new decor, such as old porcelain painting and repetitions as in pop art.
    Fresh and appetizing, the motif series invites you to combine it with the traditional collection Villandry, which is perfectly matched to the...
  • Villandry Legumes Botanical studies and old cookbooks were the inspiration for the decor of this traditional series. The crockery complements Villandry with different motifs of appetizing vegetables and creates a charming tension between the historical basic shape and the large-area pattern.
  • Villandry Vert Nonchalant charm of long tradition, hand-paintings on the basketwork of the pattern 'Osier' makes this set shine on the table. The fresh hue underlines the vivid synthesis of classical templates and modern dining culture.
    The famous Limonges porcelain's white is with the Double Filet, the twice...
  • children's dinnerware Les Petits Parisiens Future ladies and gentlemen insist on their own children's crockery. Illustrator Agnès Ernoult has developed in her cheerful handwriting a service that not only inspiring children: lightly thrown scenes in which hares, mice and foxes play the main characters.
    Famous Parisian landmarks such as...

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Opulent classics and fine

feminine shapes are complementary in the collections of the Porcelain manufacture Raynaud from Limoges.
The splendid dishes were liked at the czar's court in St. Petersburg; objects with the artists Dali, Cocteau, Arman and Raymond Loewy are originated in the 50s . Still today the daring innovative collections can be admired in the Centre Pompidou.

Raynaud can look back at a splendid

history of 160 years. Today the designs of the American chef Thomas Keller, the designer Christian Tortu and the architect Alberto Pinto complements the irresistible collection of Raynaud.

Three generations who, since

the 19th century, have perpetuated with great talent the Limoges porcelain tradition. First Martial, who bought the Montjovis factory in 1919 and asserted his ambitions through multiple collections in classical shapes, with patterns strongly inspired from Art Nouveau and Art Déco. He also created the beautiful Czarinas' cups with motifs reminiscent of the Saint Petersburg palaces, but above all the amazing "pearls and enamels" borrowed from the Hungarian tradition. Then André took over from his father in 1952, and brought the company the richness of his personality's multiple facets. The industrial innovations of this heir to time-honored craftsmanship allowed him to produce bold, modern collections, in square shapes, still displayed today in various museums, including the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris.

He also reproduced the so-called

"Compagnie des Indes" patterns on celadon or ivory porcelain, and the works of world-famous painters such as Dali, Cocteau, Arman or Raymond Loewy... In 1992, Bertrand becomes, with the support of the famous French goldsmith Ercuis, CEO of the company. His creative vision is more centered on new lifestyles and gastronomy. He designs, with celebrated American chef Thomas Keller, an avant-guardist collection of containers. He enjoys partnering with prominent decorators such as Christian Tortu or Alberto Pinto, who imagine strong, timeless decorative patterns for the brand.
Raynaud is today renowned for its very unique porcelain, perceived as a world-famous reference.



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