Villeroy & Boch has launched Samarah tableware, a stylish exotic pattern, which embodies myth, magic and modernity.
This new collection offers an original interpretation of India’s most glamorous aspects, drawing on the vibrancy, opulence and luxury of Eastern architecture.
The extension of the popular NewWave Premium shape available in ivory, turquoise and crimson, resembles henna paintings and is elegantly embellished with gold floral motifs, paisley prints and geometric patterns.
Crafted in bone china, Samarahâ€™s calm and subtle ivory tones sets off the pattern, whilst the layers of gold lend an unusual surface texture, for a luxuriously elegant effect.
Typically Indian patterns such as paisley motifs, borrowed from elegant cashmere scarves of the English colonial era and a fine, delicate contour, reminiscent of Mehndi, feature heavily.
In addition to the delicate ivory range, Villeroy & Boch has also introduced two boldly coloured-patterns, Samarah Turquoise and Samarah Purpur.
These vibrant designs in brilliant blue and deep crimson, are excellent as stand alone pieces, or can be used to add colour to the main collection.
Samarah tea cup and saucer Â£63.90.
Samarah Purpur buffet plate Â£125.00.
Samarah Turquoise tray stand Â£246.00.
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