New colour extensions at Apilco
French brand Apilco delivers brand new shades of summer in its Flora, Easy Life and Colorama collections
First designed in 1936, the Flora bistro cup has lost none of its charm and continues to delight many brasseries and bistros who appreciate its authenticity. This is an emblematic service from the Apilco brand and is also synonymous with the image of the French bistro.
Available in black, red, raspberry, Empire green and Mimosa yellow, the collection has 4 cups in different sizes (from 9 to 28cl) and their saucers, two teapots (35 and 65cl), two jugs (10 and 20cl) and a sugar bowl. They come in three finishes: gold edging, platinum edging or with no edging.
The Easy Life collection created by French designer RÈgis Dho adapts particularly well to current lifestyles combining functionality and aesthetics in his "from kitchen to table" concept. The elements in this collection are available in white, grey and black for a typically contemporary table.
Colorama is a collection of plain pieces in coloured enamel and now has four extra colours in refreshing and lively pastel tones: pink, jade green, blue and pure orange. These colours join the existing palette of mink (dark brown), wasabi green, taupe grey and red.
About Apilco, the DeshouliËres Group
Founded in 1826, the Deshoulières Group has 3 manufacturing sites for table porcelain and porcelain for the kitchen. These three sites are in central France and produce all articles sold by the two brands. Deshoulières and Apilco. Today, the firm generates around half of its revenue in exports.