A dinner service that speaks volumes

Richard Ginori and Artemest have created a chic but playful dinner service emblazoned with words that can be mixed and matched to entertain guests or used to create a message that sets the tone for the evening

The Road to Heaven is Paved with Excess includes chargers, dinner, soup and dessert plates (priced £230 per setting) with a modern design focused around the use of words
The Road to Heaven is Paved with Excess includes chargers, dinner, soup and dessert plates (priced £230 per setting) with a modern design focused around the use of words

The Thursday November 15 release of The Road to Heaven is Paved with Excess, by Italy’s historic porcelain maker Richard Ginori and luxury online interiors platform Artemest, introduces a dinner service that is likely to be a talking point at a party.

The bright colours can also be mixed as desired to add drama to the dinner table
The bright colours can also be mixed as desired to add drama to the dinner table

Artemest co-founder and creative director Ippolita Rostagno worked with the company’s porcelain craftsmen in Florence to realise the concept, which is based on a series of words – such as Courage, Bravery, Sex, Lust, Adventure and Yes – daubed across plates of varying sizes (including chargers, dinner, soup and dessert plates, priced £230 per setting). The series is limited to 300 sets – 100 sets each in black, green and pink colourways. Those who own the service are encouraged to mix and match colours and words to create fun messages with every course.

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