After making a name for itself in fashion, textiles and furniture, Missoni is making its first foray into tableware.
The new collection from the Italian design house includes a tea set, a coffee service set, individual bowls, serving bowls, flatware and placemats.
All of these new tableware items are available in four patterns: one with stripes and lotus flowers, another with a floral motif, a third with mushroom-like shapes and a fourth with Missoni’s signature zigzags.
The tea and coffee service sets are produced in collaboration with Richard Ginori 1735, an Italian porcelain maker founded in the 18th century.
Rosita Missoni founded the Missoni fashion house 60 years ago with her husband Ottavio. In 1997, she passed on the fashion side of the business to her children in order to focus on the Missoni Home collections.
The first features stripes and lotus flowers, the second comes with a floral motif, a third with mushroom-like shapes and a fourth with Missoni’s signature zigzags.