Porcelain Chandelier - Horchow
This looks like it came right off the set of Marie Antoinette (I guess I have a movie theme going today)... beautiful
Brilliant mixed-metal pieces that celebrate the unity of opposites-- a modern interpretation of the Yin and the Yang.
Gorgeous and functional steak knives with faux tortoise shell handles. Handcrafted in France.
Dinnerware by L'Objet features patterns inspired by Greco-Roman architectural elements. Handcrafted of the famous Limoges porcelain, this exceptional dinnerware is finished with 24-kt. gold and rose-gold detailing.
Once again, I'm a sucker for turquoise. I wonder if I'm refined enough to own these. Are you suppose to eat off them or are they for show? These dinnerware pieces are porcelain. Each plate costs 230 bucks. "Dear Oprah..."