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Les Tresors de la Mer – Rosenthal meets Versace

The cooperation between the German porcelain Rosenthal firm and Versace gave birth to the fascinating collection Les Tresors de la Mer. read more...

The Italian gifted designer immortalized the rich sea treasures of the god Neptune. He presented his tantalizing Calabrian Mediterranean marine world – shellfish, pearls, star fish and corals – in a turquoise sea among golden statues, baroque volutes, and frieze ornaments. The story behind is Ulysses’ sea voyage through the straits of Messina, tied to the ship’s mast in order to resist the bewitching singing of the mermaids. This collection is ideal for those who love luxury and want something slightly out of the common with a touch of the magic allure of bygone days.

A palette of delicate shades of colour gives life to items of great taste. They will enchant your guests and trigger new life in the exclusive world of designs. This imaginative dinner service, the epitome of elegance and refinement, was Designed by Paul Wunderlich. His works are characterised by magic and mysticism and by the use of precious materials such as porcelain. Wunderlich had been working for Rosenthal since 1978. Emblematic the gift box which recalls a little treasure box for your precious items.

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  • Rosenthal Versace

    Versace Les Tresors de la Mer Mug without handles 12 cm by Rosenthal

    69,00

    The Versace “Les Trésors de la Mer” Mug without handles comes nested in its refined gift box.

    The mug features a magnificent pattern with two golden nereids crowned by a fantasy of shells and corals in strong colours against a striking turquoise background.
    The flamboyant centre piece is encased by a contrasting darker blue upper and lower bands embellished by the same marine life specimens and delicately framed by a golden border of stylized waves and strings of pearls. This gift is a delightful plunge into the Versace’s Mediterranean sea. read more...

    The cooperation between the German porcelain Rosenthal firm and Versace, started in 1993, and gave birth to the fascinating collection Les Trésors de la Mer.
    The Italian gifted designer immortalized the rich sea treasures of the god Neptune and of his tantalizing Calabrian Mediterranean marine world – shellfish, pearls, star fish and corals – in a turquoise sea among golden statues, baroque volutes, and frieze ornaments.
    The story behind is Ulysses’ sea voyage through the straits of Messina, tied to the ship’s mast in order to resist the bewitching singing of the mermaids.
    This collection is ideal for those who love luxury and want something slightly out of the common with a touch of the magic allure of bygone days.
    A palette of delicate shades of colour gives life to items of great taste which will enchant your guests and trigger new life in the exclusive world of designs.
    This imaginative dinner service, the epitome of elegance and refinement, was Designed by Paul Wunderlich a German internationally known lithographic and object surrealist artist.
    His works are characterised by magic and mysticism and by the use of precious materials such as porcelain.
    Wunderlich had been working for Rosenthal since 1978.
    Emblematic the gift box which recalls a little treasure box for your precious items.

  • Rosenthal Versace

    Versace Les Trésors de la Mer small Square Dish 12 cm

    36,00

    The Versace “Les Trésors de la Mer” small Square Dish is elegantly nested in its gift box.

    The Versace “Les Trésors de la Mer” dainty Square Dish features a magnificent pattern with two golden nereids crowned by a fantasy of shells and corals in strong colours against a striking turquoise background.
    The flamboyant centre piece is encased by a contrasting darker blue border embellished by the same marine life specimens found at the centre of the plate all delicately framed by a golden ribbon of stylized waves and strings of pearls.
    Your wedding guests will take a plunge into the Versace’s Mediterranean sea. read more...

    The cooperation between the German porcelain Rosenthal firm and Versace, started in 1993, and gave birth to the fascinating collection Les Trésors de la Mer.
    The Italian gifted designer immortalized the rich sea treasures of the god Neptune and of his tantalizing Calabrian Mediterranean marine world – shellfish, pearls, star fish and corals – in a turquoise sea among golden statues, baroque volutes, and frieze ornaments.
    The story behind is Ulysses’ sea voyage through the straits of Messina, tied to the ship’s mast in order to resist the bewitching singing of the mermaids.
    This collection is ideal for those who love luxury and want something slightly out of the common with a touch of the magic allure of bygone days.
    A palette of delicate shades of colour gives life to items of great taste which will enchant your guests and trigger new life in the exclusive world of designs.
    This imaginative dinner service, the epitome of elegance and refinement, was Designed by Paul Wunderlich a German internationally known lithographic and object surrealist artist.
    His works are characterised by magic and mysticism and by the use of precious materials such as porcelain.
    Wunderlich had been working for Rosenthal since 1978.
    Emblematic the gift box which recalls a little treasure box for your precious items.

  • Rosenthal Versace

    Versace Les Trésors de la Mer Square Dish 22 cm by Rosenthal

    299,00

    The Versace “Les Trésors de la Mer” 22 cm Square Dish is nested in its refined gift box.

    The Square Dish features a magnificent pattern with two golden nereids crowned by a fantasy of shells and corals in strong colours against a striking turquoise background.
    The flamboyant centre piece is encased by a contrasting darker blue border embellished by the same marine life specimens found at the centre of the plate all delicately framed by a golden ribbon of stylized waves and strings of pearls.
    Your guests will take a plunge into the Versace’s Mediterranean sea. read more...

    The cooperation between the German porcelain Rosenthal firm and Versace, started in 1993, and gave birth to the fascinating collection Les Trésors de la Mer.
    The Italian gifted designer immortalized the rich sea treasures of the god Neptune and of his tantalizing Calabrian Mediterranean marine world – shellfish, pearls, star fish and corals – in a turquoise sea among golden statues, baroque volutes, and frieze ornaments.
    The story behind is Ulysses’ sea voyage through the straits of Messina, tied to the ship’s mast in order to resist the bewitching singing of the mermaids.
    This collection is ideal for those who love luxury and want something slightly out of the common with a touch of the magic allure of bygone days.
    A palette of delicate shades of colour gives life to items of great taste which will enchant your guests and trigger new life in the exclusive world of designs.
    This imaginative dinner service, the epitome of elegance and refinement, was Designed by Paul Wunderlich a German internationally known lithographic and object surrealist artist.
    His works are characterised by magic and mysticism and by the use of precious materials such as porcelain.
    Wunderlich had been working for Rosenthal since 1978.
    Emblematic the gift box which recalls a little treasure box for your precious items.

  • Rosenthal Versace

    Versace Les Trésors de la Mer Vase 18 cm by Rosenthal

    222,00

    Versace “Tresors de la Mer” 18 cm Vase is nested in a refined gift box.

    The Vase features a magnificent pattern with a golden mythical head crowned by a fantasy of shells and corals in bright colours and strings of white pearls.
    The elegant bright turquoise silhouette, with its flamboyant centre piece, is enriched by the golden ribbons of stylized waves which border the upper rim and lower base.
    Your guests will take a plunge into the Versace’s Mediterranean sea. read more...

    The cooperation between the German porcelain Rosenthal firm and Versace, started in 1993, and gave birth to the fascinating collection Les Trésors de la Mer.
    The Italian gifted designer immortalized the rich sea treasures of the god Neptune and of his tantalizing Calabrian Mediterranean marine world – shellfish, pearls, star fish and corals – in a turquoise sea among golden statues, baroque volutes, and frieze ornaments.
    The story behind is Ulysses’ sea voyage through the straits of Messina, tied to the ship’s mast in order to resist the bewitching singing of the mermaids.
    This collection is ideal for those who love luxury and want something slightly out of the common with a touch of the magic allure of bygone days.
    A palette of delicate shades of colour gives life to items of great taste which will enchant your guests and trigger new life in the exclusive world of designs.
    This imaginative dinner service, the epitome of elegance and refinement, was Designed by Paul Wunderlich a German internationally known lithographic and object surrealist artist.
    His works are characterised by magic and mysticism and by the use of precious materials such as porcelain.
    Wunderlich had been working for Rosenthal since 1978.
    Emblematic the gift box which recalls a little treasure box for your precious items.

  • Rosenthal Versace

    Versace Les Trésors de la Mer Vase 26 cm by Rosenthal

    330,00

    Versace “Tresors de la Mer” 26 cm Vase is nested in a refined gift box.

    The Vase features a magnificent pattern with two golden nereids crowned by a fantasy of shells and corals in bright colours and strings of white pearls.
    The elegant bright turquoise silhouette, with its flamboyant centre piece, is enriched by the golden ribbons of stylized waves which border the upper rim and lower base.
    Your guests will take a plunge into the Versace’s Mediterranean sea. read more...

    The cooperation between the German porcelain Rosenthal firm and Versace, started in 1993, and gave birth to the fascinating collection Les Trésors de la Mer.
    The Italian gifted designer immortalized the rich sea treasures of the god Neptune and of his tantalizing Calabrian Mediterranean marine world – shellfish, pearls, star fish and corals – in a turquoise sea among golden statues, baroque volutes, and frieze ornaments.
    The story behind is Ulysses’ sea voyage through the straits of Messina, tied to the ship’s mast in order to resist the bewitching singing of the mermaids.
    This collection is ideal for those who love luxury and want something slightly out of the common with a touch of the magic allure of bygone days.
    A palette of delicate shades of colour gives life to items of great taste which will enchant your guests and trigger new life in the exclusive world of designs.
    This imaginative dinner service, the epitome of elegance and refinement, was Designed by Paul Wunderlich a German internationally known lithographic and object surrealist artist.
    His works are characterised by magic and mysticism and by the use of precious materials such as porcelain.
    Wunderlich had been working for Rosenthal since 1978.
    Emblematic the gift box which recalls a little treasure box for your precious items.

  • Rosenthal Versace

    Versace Les Trésors de la Mer Vase 34 cm by Rosenthal

    548,00

    Versace “Tresors de la Mer” 34 cm Vase is nested in a refined gift box.

    The elongated flared Vase features a magnificent pattern with two golden nereids crowned by a fantasy of shells and corals in strong colours and strings of white pearls.
    The elegant bright turquoise silhouette, with its flamboyant centre piece, is enriched by the golden ribbons of stylized waves which border the upper rim and lower base.
    Your guests will take a plunge into the Versace’s Mediterranean sea. read more...

    The cooperation between the German porcelain Rosenthal firm and Versace, started in 1993, and gave birth to the fascinating collection Les Trésors de la Mer.
    The Italian gifted designer immortalized the rich sea treasures of the god Neptune and of his tantalizing Calabrian Mediterranean marine world – shellfish, pearls, star fish and corals – in a turquoise sea among golden statues, baroque volutes, and frieze ornaments.
    The story behind is Ulysses’ sea voyage through the straits of Messina, tied to the ship’s mast in order to resist the bewitching singing of the mermaids.
    This collection is ideal for those who love luxury and want something slightly out of the common with a touch of the magic allure of bygone days.
    A palette of delicate shades of colour gives life to items of great taste which will enchant your guests and trigger new life in the exclusive world of designs.
    This imaginative dinner service, the epitome of elegance and refinement, was Designed by Paul Wunderlich a German internationally known lithographic and object surrealist artist.
    His works are characterised by magic and mysticism and by the use of precious materials such as porcelain.
    Wunderlich had been working for Rosenthal since 1978.
    Emblematic the gift box which recalls a little treasure box for your precious items.

  • Rosenthal Versace

    Versace Tresors de la Mer salad/desert plate 22 cm by Rosenthal

    68,00

    The Versace ” Les Trésors de la Mer” porcelain dish is elegantly nested in its gift box.

    The salad/ dessert plates are ideal for the true lovers of marine life, iridescent gold accents and sophisticated glamour.
    The brilliant white base is encased by a luxurious turquoise festoon of shells and pearls in bright colours. read more...

    The cooperation between the German porcelain Rosenthal firm and Versace, started in 1993, and gave birth to the fascinating collection Les Trésors de la Mer.
    The Italian gifted designer immortalized the rich sea treasures of the god Neptune and of his tantalizing Calabrian Mediterranean marine world – shellfish, pearls, star fish and corals – in a turquoise sea among golden statues, baroque volutes, and frieze ornaments.
    The story behind is Ulysses’ sea voyage through the straits of Messina, tied to the ship’s mast in order to resist the bewitching singing of the mermaids.
    This collection is ideal for those who love luxury and want something slightly out of the common with a touch of the magic allure of bygone days.
    A palette of delicate shades of colour gives life to items of great taste which will enchant your guests and trigger new life in the exclusive world of designs.
    This imaginative dinner service, the epitome of elegance and refinement, was Designed by Paul Wunderlich a German internationally known lithographic and object surrealist artist.
    His works are characterised by magic and mysticism and by the use of precious materials such as porcelain.
    Wunderlich had been working for Rosenthal since 1978.
    Emblematic the gift box which recalls a little treasure box for your precious items.

  • Rosenthal Versace

    Versace Tresors de la Mer Service Plate 30 cm by Rosenthal

    189,00

    The Versace “Tresors de la Mer” Service Plate is nested in a refined gift box.

    The Service Dish features a magnificent pattern with two golden nereids crowned by a fantasy of shells and corals in strong colours against a striking turquoise background.
    The flamboyant centre piece is encased by a contrasting darker blue border embellished by the same marine life specimens found at the centre of the plate all delicately framed by a golden ribbon of stylized waves and strings of pearls.
    Your guests will take a plunge into the Versace’s Mediterranean sea. read more...

    The cooperation between the German porcelain Rosenthal firm and Versace, started in 1993, and gave birth to the fascinating collection Les Trésors de la Mer.
    The Italian gifted designer immortalized the rich sea treasures of the god Neptune and of his tantalizing Calabrian Mediterranean marine world – shellfish, pearls, star fish and corals – in a turquoise sea among golden statues, baroque volutes, and frieze ornaments.
    The story behind is Ulysses’ sea voyage through the straits of Messina, tied to the ship’s mast in order to resist the bewitching singing of the mermaids.
    This collection is ideal for those who love luxury and want something slightly out of the common with a touch of the magic allure of bygone days.
    A palette of delicate shades of colour gives life to items of great taste which will enchant your guests and trigger new life in the exclusive world of designs.
    This imaginative dinner service, the epitome of elegance and refinement, was Designed by Paul Wunderlich a German internationally known lithographic and object surrealist artist.
    His works are characterised by magic and mysticism and by the use of precious materials such as porcelain.
    Wunderlich had been working for Rosenthal since 1978.
    Emblematic the gift box which recalls a little treasure box for your precious items.

  • Rosenthal Versace

    Versace Tresors de la Mer small Plate 18 cm by Rosenthal

    54,00

    The “Les Trésors de la Mer” Side Dish is nested in a refined gift box.

    The Side Dish features a magnificent pattern with two giant shells set in a golden base crowned by a fantasy of shells and corals in strong colours against a striking turquoise background.
    The flamboyant centre piece is encased by a contrasting darker blue border embellished by a golden ribbon of stylized waves and strings of pearls.
    Your guests will take a plunge into the Versace’s Mediterranean sea. read more...

    The cooperation between the German porcelain Rosenthal firm and Versace, started in 1993, and gave birth to the fascinating collection Les Trésors de la Mer.
    The Italian gifted designer immortalized the rich sea treasures of the god Neptune and of his tantalizing Calabrian Mediterranean marine world – shellfish, pearls, star fish and corals – in a turquoise sea among golden statues, baroque volutes, and frieze ornaments.
    The story behind is Ulysses’ sea voyage through the straits of Messina, tied to the ship’s mast in order to resist the bewitching singing of the mermaids.
    This collection is ideal for those who love luxury and want something slightly out of the common with a touch of the magic allure of bygone days.
    A palette of delicate shades of colour gives life to items of great taste which will enchant your guests and trigger new life in the exclusive world of designs.
    This imaginative dinner service, the epitome of elegance and refinement, was Designed by Paul Wunderlich a German internationally known lithographic and object surrealist artist.
    His works are characterised by magic and mysticism and by the use of precious materials such as porcelain.
    Wunderlich had been working for Rosenthal since 1978.
    Emblematic the gift box which recalls a little treasure box for your precious items.

  • Rosenthal Versace

    Versace Tresors de la Mer Square Plate 30 cm by Rosenthal

    359,00

    The “Les Trésors de la Mer” Square Dish is nested in its refined gift box.

    The impressive Dish features a magnificent pattern with two golden nereids crowned by a fantasy of shells, corals and strings of pearls in strong colours against a striking turquoise background.
    The flamboyant centre piece is encased by a contrasting darker blue border embellished by the same marine life specimens found at the centre of the plate all delicately framed by a golden ribbon of stylized waves and pearl decors.
    Your guests will take a plunge into the Versace’s Mediterranean sea. read more...

    The cooperation between the German porcelain Rosenthal firm and Versace, started in 1993, and gave birth to the fascinating collection Les Trésors de la Mer.
    The Italian gifted designer immortalized the rich sea treasures of the god Neptune and of his tantalizing Calabrian Mediterranean marine world – shellfish, pearls, star fish and corals – in a turquoise sea among golden statues, baroque volutes, and frieze ornaments.
    The story behind is Ulysses’ sea voyage through the straits of Messina, tied to the ship’s mast in order to resist the bewitching singing of the mermaids.
    This collection is ideal for those who love luxury and want something slightly out of the common with a touch of the magic allure of bygone days.
    A palette of delicate shades of colour gives life to items of great taste which will enchant your guests and trigger new life in the exclusive world of designs.
    This imaginative dinner service, the epitome of elegance and refinement, was Designed by Paul Wunderlich a German internationally known lithographic and object surrealist artist.
    His works are characterised by magic and mysticism and by the use of precious materials such as porcelain.
    Wunderlich had been working for Rosenthal since 1978.
    Emblematic the gift box which recalls a little treasure box for your precious items.

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