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Michel Bernardaud’s dining boltholes

Challenged with taking celebrated chefs out for lunch, the fifth-generation Limoges porcelain maker impresses with kaiseki in Tokyo and surprises at under-the-radar Parisian bistros
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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
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Pioneering new approaches to porcelain

Experimental ceramicists are creating pioneering porcelain that pairs radical techniques with shapeshifting aesthetics – and it’s firing the imagination of art and design aficionados. Nicole Swengley reports
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