Haute Residence presents a roundup six luxury tableware sets to turn your dining table from functional to sophisticated.
Made in Italy, these gold and marble clay charger plates by Aerin exude subtle sophistication. Best displayed as a pair, these chargers are sold individually. The gold charger plate is porcelain with a 24-karat gold finish, and the marble clay charger plate is made of glazed ceramic. They are available at Neiman Marcus for $325 apiece.
Classic porcelain meets 24-karat gold in this Cape Cod-inspired dinnerware. Massachusetts-based designer, Michael Wainwright, draws inspiration from his travels, from Italy’s cathedrals to the dunes of Cape Cod. The set ranges from a bread plate of $90 to a charger of $190, and can be purchased at Neiman Marcus.
This graceful set of nomadic blue and white tableware by Hermés is the ultimate in understated elegance and luxury. Pieces range from a napkin ring for $105 to a large round tray for $1,540, and can be purchased from Hermés.
A name synonymous with style, this five-piece gilded forest dinnerware place setting by Marchesa will bring opulence and elegance to any dining room table. The richly detailed, golden flora-and-fauna design is made of bone china and rimmed in 25-karat gold. The place setting includes a dinner plate, salad plate, bread and butter plate, six-ounce cup, and saucer. The full place setting can be purchased for $225 from Neiman Marcus.
This botanically-inspired dinnerware set made of stoneware was designed by revered designer Oscar de la Renta, and handcrafted in Portugal. In a partnership with The New York Botanical Garden, the images on each plate were handpicked from a collection of rare books and engravings to inspire the design. The set ranges from $38 for a dessert plate to $135 for a charger. The pieces can be purchased from Neiman Marcus.
The elegant simplicity of this five-piece polished gold flatware set by Vera Wang for Wedgwood complements a variety of styles and collections in dinnerware. The set can be purchased for $125 from Wedgwood.