This “Eclipse” tableware (forms of “Lunes”) from Raynaud ushers an aesthetic revolution into your dining room. With its excitingly shaped plates and dishes, this extremely versatile dinner service puts your culinary creations in a completely new perspective. This dinnerware presents your food on slightly raised and variously shaped areas and platforms and frames it in gently sweeping lines of Raynaud’s perfect Limoges porcelain.
The inspiration for this fascinating collection comes from the French master chef Anne-Sophie Pic. The collection pays tribute to the character of modern cooking in an ingenious way: smaller portions, many different courses and elements. And in this way it highlights culinary enjoyment and effective presentation.
In addition to the plain white “Lunes” service, the “Eclipse” line of porcelain – predominantly in black with white centres and raised areas – owes its attraction to the contrasts conjured up.
This novel set of “Eclipse” crockery is the result of two years of collaboration between designers Catherine and Bruno Lefebvre and Anne-Sophie Pic, and the porcelain manufacturer Raynaud. It is an ambitious project to present daring new shapes on the dining room table. Indeed, for this 50-piece porcelain series, Raynaud had to develop completely new manufacturing techniques. The result, however, is an extraordinary set of tableware for impressive culinary arrangements.
You can experience this “Eclipse” collection in the Restaurant Maison Pic run by Anne-Sophie Pic in Valence in the south of France.
• Limoges porcelain
• Dishwasher safe and suitable for the microwave
• The dinnerware set contains more objects than shown. On request we send you the entire set by e-mail. Please click on the envelope below.