{décor inspiration: gracefully gilded}



. . . always a fondness for gold & gilded things, bookcases and nested tables and delicate dishes, especially if they are a perfect mix of porcelain and gold and made in paris and can already imagine them with floral vintage china or at an early autumn picnic . . .


{horne via creature comforts}

11 Notes
  • These are especially beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

  • Sarah, using them is such a joy! they have a very delicate irregular shape too. They are made of porcelain, so they are VERY durable. I have dinner plates by them and we use them all the time. After dinner just stick them in your dishwasher! best dishes ever. I am slowly working on creating my own collection of Tse Tse. I would love to visit their shop in Paris one day too.

  • these are just too pretty for words, Roséline! I would put them on my long, white cabinet—and what a statement they would make! Such timeless, glamorous pieces. I would almost hate to actually use them :)


  • OMG! We sell these tse tse dishes at the shop in NYC where I work. They also come in all white, platinum and white, and platinum polka dots (sort of…) I have two of their bowl and I’m absolutely in love with them!
    If you want to see there in person (pictures don’t do them justice, trust me!) and if you are in NYC – stop at KISAN concept store at 125 greene St, between Prince and Houston.

  • gorgeous bowls. this looks so classy with the golden painture inside…

  • i would love to have these for my B-day in every single size!!!

  • Those dishes are lovely!! They would add such flair and glamour to a party : )


  • these are so pretty! love it!

  • Oh goodness, they are so beautiful and simple. Love this.

  • those are just lovely…the gold reminds me of a beautiful little secret :)

  • Love the look of the two-toned porcelain and metallic. Very classy.

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