VIP Projects, a leading provider of tableware to the superyacht and luxury industries, has announced the addition of various high-end brands to their collection, as well as a range of new products from existing suppliers.
Hester Ninaber van Eyben of VIP Projects commented, “Not only have we added a number of high-end brands to our collection, such as Schiavon and Sonja Quandt (silver), Cristal Sèvres (glassware and decorative items) and Riviere (leather) , we have also been very successful with new introductions of our existing suppliers.”
Below Hester explained about some of the new products VIP Projects now has.
CA D’ORO (the golden house)
Timeless, minimalist and nonetheless opulent- with Ca d’Oro, the finest burnished gold refines pure black and white contrasts. The geometric interplay gives rise to classic stripes, squares, circles and other geometric patterns. Gothic architecture inspired the designer, Michael Sieger, to include the form of the quatrefoil, a decorative element that bears an abstract resemblance to a flower.
Ca d’Oro is dedicated to all those who appreciate precious materials. The delicate band of gold is applied and burnished by hand to each and every one of the 35 pieces and lends warmth to the otherwise understated décor. Although the plates, bowls, cups and tea accessories harmonise with each other, their patterns form exciting contrasts; especially when flat and tall products are combined. This dinner service unites the quality of handsome dishes with universal functionality.
The diameters and dimensions of the individual pieces have been coordinated so they can be mixed and matched in a host of combinations and with a wall thickness of just two-and-a-half millimetres.
This set can be beautifully combined with for instance the prestigious line of flatware from the below.
Ercuis: ARTS DECORATIFS
To create this prestigious line of flatware, Ercuis has drawn on the most technically accomplished and sophisticated expertise available. The flatware is lacquered in extremely luminous colours, to match any dinner set, before being engraved with one of eight guilloché patterns. It is then silver or gold plated, varnished, and lastly assembled with great care in the silversmiths’ workshop.
Hester finished with, “In short, these stunning sets relate to what VIP Projects stands for, quality that can be both seen and felt for a little luxury every day!”
For more information visit VIP Projects.