Louis Vuitton teases the senses with its first-ever tableware collection


Crafted in Limoges Porcelain, this collection is a fascinating and luxurious fusion of the brand’s creativity and functionality.

January 10, 2024: Louis Vuitton, long revered as a master of art, has launched its first tableware collection. This collection, crafted with the characteristic artistic flair of Louis Vuitton, includes an array of porcelain dishes as well as glasses and carafes. 

Louis Vuitton Tableware collection

Featuring three unique lines, the collection honors the graphic essence of the brand’s Monogram flower, infusing a contemporary flair that delicately blends the conventional and the extraordinary.

Meticulously fashioned from Limoges porcelain, the Monogram Flower Tile tableware  epitomizes the elemental yet enduring refinement in a white-and-blue color palette. This exquisite collection exhibits the graphical intricacy of the Maison's iconic Monogram flower, employing nuanced watercolor effects set against a white backdrop. 

Louis Vuitton Tableware collection

Louis Vuitton's Twist Glass is offered in Crystal Clear and captivating hues such as Sapphire Blue, Amber, Emerald, and Venetian Ruby. The dynamic design features a swirling shape emerging from the Monogram flower at the glass's base, enhancing both the visual and tactile experience with an artistic dimension. 

There are also Flower Carafes, available in deep colors and Crystal Clear, showcasing Murano glass-making expertise. Each piece is a testament to Louis Vuitton’s unwavering commitment to artistry and luxury.

- By Pritha Debroy

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