Upgrade Your Next Dinner Party With These Must-Have Tableware Sets

Good food tastes even better on great dinnerware

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Whether you’re furnishing a new home, upgrading your interior décor or looking for the perfect wedding gift, a good set of tableware will bring a touch of class to any dinner table. From Hermès to Dior Maison, these are the dinnerware sets we are coveting right now.

Hermès A Walk in the Garden

Created in collaboration with illustrator Nigel Peake, who is known for his geometric sketches and use of vibrant colour, Hermès’ A Walk in the Garden tableware collection is a whimsical array of porcelain pieces, ranging from plates to teapots and celebrates the magic of springtime and all the colours that come with it.

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Versace x Rosenthal Medusa Rhapsody

Earlier this year, German porcelain manufacturer Rosenthal teamed up with Versace for a collection of fine dining porcelain. Marrying Rosenthal’s expertise in dinnerware with Versace’s reputation for elegant design and luxury, the Medusa Rhapsody collection consists of tableware, coffee and tea sets, as well as home décor such as vases, ashtrays and decorative dishes featuring the brands beloved Medusa in opulent golden shades.

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Miranda Kerr for Royal Albert

Continuing her relationship with Royal Albert who has been making fine bone china teaware since 1904, Australian model Miranda Kerr most recent collection, called Everyday Friendship, was inspired by the Kora founder’s love of nature, peonies, butterflies and sorbet colours.

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Dior Maison Check’N’Dior

According to Christian Dior, “living in a house that doesn’t reflect who you are is akin to wearing someone else’s clothes.” But thankfully, that’s something you no longer have to worry about with the launch of Dior Maison’s all-new Check’N’Dior collection designed by Cordelia de Castellane. The range takes inspiration from Maria Grazia Chiuri‘s fall/winter 2019 show and features glasses accentuated with hearts and spades and tea sets and plates dressed in black and red checks; a celebration of the steadfast passion for England the House has had since its founding.

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Ralph Lauren Ralph’s Coffee

Bring a vintage vibe to your table with Ralph Lauren’s Ralph’s Coffee collection. Featuring the signature Ralph’s Coffee graphic, the collection was originally designed for the brand’s first-ever coffee shop and features everything from coffee cups to cake stands, making it a wonderful way to serve afternoon tea.

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Gucci Décor

Gucci first announced its home line back in 2017, which included crockery crafted from porcelain and produced by Richard Ginori, a renowned Florentine porcelain company founded in 1735. We love the brand’s Herbarium collection, which features Gucci’s Herbarium motif—a whimsical Toile de Jouy design of cherry branches, leaves and flowers, inspired by a vintage fabric.

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