Featured Designers

  • Hermes

    Amongst the most celebrated companies in the world, Hermes is France's premier design house. Hermes China is world renowned for its impeccable quality and design.


    Bearing the name of the divine messenger in Greek mythology, Hermes has carried the legacy of French design into the 21st century with generation defining patterns synonymous with fine living. Hermes China adds a luxurious, yet functional touch to any table. At once playful and refined, Hermes China enduring designs are haute couture for the home.

  • Saint-Louis Crystal

    Understated elegance meets modern sensibility in each piece of Saint-Louis Crystal. Founded in 1586 in eastern France, Saint-Louis is the oldest "cristallerie" in Europe.

    Purveyors to French kings in the 18th century, Saint-Louis Crystal achieved great heights when the rising French population demanded a suite of brilliant glasses to adorn each place at every elegant table. The table of today deserves no less.

    Bold, beautiful, and elegant, Saint-Louis creates glass that demands attention.

  • Waterford

    The Waterford Crystal story began in 1783 when two brothers, George and William Penrose, started a crystal manufacturing business in the busy port of Waterford, Ireland. The company still has strong links with its roots, though it has expanded to include Waterford china, collectibles, and other items.

    Waterford crystal retains the same dedication to the purity of color, design inspiration and to the pursuit of the highest possible level of quality. The traditional cutting patterns made famous by the artisans of Waterford have become favorites all over the world.

    To see Waterford's legendary style in person, as well as to view the complete collection, visit our boutique at Park Avenue and E. 59th Street in New York City.

  • Medard De Noblat

    Utilizing the latest technology and techniques, Medard de Noblat stands out as one of the most celebrated names in Limoges porcelain. Gracing the tables of the Shah of Iran and Pope John XXIII, the company creates a subtle ambiance perfect for any table.

    Guarding tradition while celebrating creativity, Medard de Noblat brings a unique quality to Limoges porcelain.

    To see the unique tradition of Medard de Noblat in person, as well as to view the complete collection, visit our Midtown Manhattan boutique at Park Avenue and E. 59th Street in New York City.

  • Christofle

    Christofle has been crafted by master artisans since 1830.

    The revolutionary style and character of Christofle dinnerware comes from collaborations with groundbreaking architects, designers, and artists from around the world. Commissioned by such figures as Pope Pius IX and the Paris opera, Christofle creates timeless pieces that emphasize artistry and sophistication in every detail.