From their beginnings as harness makers to European nobility and carriage trade, Hermes has become synonymous with quality and elegance. La Table Hermes produces some of today’s most stunning dinnerware patterns. Hermes dedication to quality, design and artistic excellence is apparent in each of their dinnerware patterns.
Mosaique au 24 is a tribute to the birthplace of Hermès: 24 Faubourg Saint Honoré in Paris. A journey to the heart of the boutique’s architecture where each motif reflects the lively patterns of colors and light on the famous boutique’s floor. A long and lavish voyage through time and legend.
The collaboration between Hermès and American artist Sheila Hicks, created this beautiful ‘Voyage en Ikat’ tableware collection. Inspired by ikat, an exceptional weaving and dyeing technique originating in Asia, Voyage en Ikat celebrates intermingled uses and an ongoing dialogue between East and West. More than twenty hues centered on sapphire, ruby and emerald, are enhanced by 24-carat matte gold and come to life in designs composed ‘thread by thread’.
Balcon du Guadalquivir with it’s graphic red designs has become an immediate favourite. Graphic and bold, the scenery recalls the ironwork of Andalusian towns. The sturdiness of the drawing, the vitality of the red and the wealth and variety of the pieces make it a noble table service.
The recently introduced Bleus D’Alleurs offers a history of ceramics through iconic imagery from around the world. This dinnerware by Hermes brings together daily life and the imagery of travel on your table with a graceful nomadic blue. A story of white and blue made up of endless journeys between Europe and the Orient.
Cheval d’Orient is an intricate and refined decoration in the style of Persian miniatures, with forms inspired by elements of horse harnesses: Cheval d’Orient recalls the silk road caravans and the conviviality of the Orient.
The Hermès family company is attached to its old-fashioned business model and rejects mass production, assembly lines, and mechanization. Hermès goods are almost entirely made in France by hand in middle-sized workshops (“Ateliers Hermès”) with an emphasis on quality manufacturing.
Coast 2 Coast is proud to represent La Table Hermes. Stop by the store, located in the La Arcada Courtyard, and learn more about the Hermes line of dinnerware and tabletop accessories.
Monday thru Saturday: 10am-6pm Closed on Sunday.
LA ARCADA COURTYARD
1114 State Street, Suite 10, Santa Barbara, CA
Phone: 805.845.7888 /e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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