Hermès Tableware Collection Inspired by the Patterns of Spring

By Paul Joseph

Iconic Parisian fashion house Hermès has created a wide number of accessory pieces for the home over the years, and their very latest are designed for those with impeccable table manners - not to mention tastes.

The brand has launched an exclusive tableware collection comprised of several lavish porcelain pieces that are said to have been inspired by the patterns of spring.

Titled ‘A Walk in the Garden’, the collection features dishes, tea cups, bowls, tea pots covered in leaves, flowers, and soft geometrical patterns.

The unique collection is the brainchild of master illustrator Nigel Peake and was recently exhibited at an event in New York, where a colourful cafeteria pop-up was set up in Hermes’ flagship store on Madison Avenue.

As part of display, pieces of the collection were racked up in sienna-coloured trolleys to help bring out the use crisp graphics and its vintage colourway.

The exclusive Hermès tableware is now available online as well as in select stores, for prices starting at $90 and rising to more than $900.

Founded in Paris in 1837, Hermes has grown to become one of the world’s most famous luxury labels.

By Paul Joseph