The Versace “Prestige Gala Le Bleu” Porcelain service plate, 30 cm with gift box.
Nested in an elegant gift box, the porcelain service plate, “Prestige Gala Le Bleu” features gold flamboyant baroque elements which branch over bold silver Greek keys and frame a luxurious vase and two imposing lions hanging onto soft golden drapery.
Inspired by the iconic Versace print “Le Vase Baroque”, the design is enriched by gold and platinum embellishments, emphasized in black and light turquoise.
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Bring an ornate note to the table with stunning 24K gold-detailed dinnerware by Rosenthal Meets Versace.
Inspired by the iconic patterns of the silk collection “Le Vase Baroque” of the Versace design fashion Maison, the collection is the triumph of lavish gold and platinum embellishments and motifs in shades of black and grey, brilliant blue and turquoise, and lilac, which bring to the table-top an extraordinary elegance nearly bordering eccentricity which is typical of the Versace style.
There is a second variation in bright turquoise colour.
The Prestige Gala Dinnerware Collection continues in the iconic tradition of dinnerware sets and table accessories.
The rococo/baroque design that is so emblematic of this series is underpinned by greys and black, to provide a striking contrast to the gold base.
Although a dinnerware collection, the pieces all stand by themselves as adornments to any room, even the bedroom.
Main protagonist of the collection is the eye catching centre piece, the great golden Vase enriched by the golden acanthus leaves and delicate ornaments and by two majestic lions scrambling up the vase walls.
Some of the articles experience the return of the sumptuous Medusa head emblem.
Gianni Versace chose this Greek mythological figure as his luxurious logo because she made people fall in love with her and they had no way back.
He hoped his Maison would have the same seductive effect on people.
Versace encompasses a whole style of life, and this new decòr, launched in 2015, goes in this direction transferring to the fine German Rosenthal porcelain the baroque taste of the patterns promoted by the fashion design Maison.
The dinnerware features the perfect combination of delicate golden and platinum decorations and motifs in shades of black and grey, brilliant blue and turquoise, and lilac.
The name picks up that of the homonym glassware collection, crafted to further enrich the Medusa Gala collection.