Baroque Tableware from a Time not forgotten
The Baroque period is reminiscent of magnificent, detailed buildings characterised by wealth. Picturesque decorative elements with scrolls and ornaments, sculptures, gold and paintings are also typical features. Which is of course also reflected in our baroque tableware.
The white plates have a wide flag on which there is a fine, picturesque relief. The rest of the Baroque-style tableware, such as bowls, cups and jugs, is characterised by ornate handles and lid knobs.
The pots are also distinguished from other collections by their pear shape. The splendid Baroque period is thus reflected throughout the tableware and is preferably used in upscale gastronomy.