In the pink
French brand Deshoulières plays with pink with a new collection and a new colourway
Founded in 1826, the Deshoulières Group has 3 manufacturing sites for table porcelain and porcelain for the kitchen. These 3 sites are in central France and produce all the articles sold by the two brands Deshoulières and Apilco. Today, the firm generates around half of its revenue in exports.
The brand has launched Glamoureuse by Chantal Thomass. Inspired by the muted and sensual atmosphere of a woman's boudoir, this collection expresses the delicate nature of the world of French fashion designer Chantal Thomass.
In pastel pinks and whites, the pieces in the range - three sizes of plate and a tea service - are decorated with flowers, bows and medallions and edged in platinum.
In addition, the Excellence collection, which is already available in two colours – navy blue and grey – has now been given a rosy makeover with a powder pink version edged in platinum.
Combining grace and simplicity, this new colour brings freshness and refinement to the table.
The Glamoureuse and Excellence collections can be combined for a very successful mix and match look and is an ideal option for Mother's Day or ideal for a romantic-inspired table.