Collection P porcelain with French flair in Limited Edition for your Boutique.

 

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Porcelain with Parisian Chic: Specialty for retailers 

  

Porcelain is a lot more than just something to use: the selection of porcelain can be used to demonstrate that one is cultivated and likes to enrich one's life with aesthetic objects. For example with coffee cups with lovely floral designs, that remind you of lovely places in Paris. They demonstrate the French art of living, which has always been regarded as noble and stands out from the crowd. With this offering, you will be able to offer a peak into your specialist shop; galleries, boutiques, and museum shops will also attract attention with this. For the clientele, the purchase will be a lovely reminder of a cultural tour or a shopping spree that was inspired by aesthetic demands. 



Floral motifs create a French flair 

Whether it is a single coffee cup set, cappuccino cups, or a three-part set Tea For One: The Pompadour version can help you think about a great time in the history of the French royals in the 18th century. These motifs create the atmosphere of Hôtel d'Évreux: That is today's Élysées Palace, the seat of the French president. With this porcelain, you sell your customers a part of history and French culture, which is undoubtedly very loved. The Pivoine range with roses reminds one of the gardens of the castle of Fontainebleu near Paris. And with the Piaf Tea cups classic and the Piaf coffee cups Set, you can present yourself as a connoisseur of French chansons: Edith Piaf made it popular in the 20th century like few other artists.

 

Testimonies to a way of life 

Coffee cups with these French motifs always attest to the fact that you cultivate a nice and noble way of living. This might help people to see you as a lover of the Provence, a wonderful holiday region in France. The product with these motifs are perfect for your coffee table in the garden. The elegant gift boxes which contain these products are also designed in the same style as the porcelain: highly cultivated.

 

 

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