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ELEGANT TABLEWARE IMBUED WITH ORIENT EXPRESS'S LEGENDARY HISTORY OF REFINEMENT
Since its inception, Orient Express has cultivated the art of fine dining. Travellers were first introduced to the legendary train's atmosphere of supreme elegance during its maiden voyage in 1883, where passengers were treated to refined table service in the dining car. Today, Orient Express is honoured to extend its expertise in artful entertaining with a stunning collection of china, glassware, and tabletop accessories produced in partnership with world-renowned masters' fine dinnerware.
Glassware that celebrates intoxicating spirits in honour of the bar cars and lounges where travellers celebrated their new beginnings and toasted fabulous encounters.
From tea served in the lounge car to exquisite lunches and dinners in elegant dining cars, Orient-Express passengers know the art of five-star service. This attention to detail is expressed through a collection of trays as elegant as they are functional.
When Orient-Express debuted, travellers discovered an art of dining and service worthy of the finest hotels. French gastronomy was given pride of place and each stopover provided an opportunity to taste stunning specialties. Suddenly, an art of living was born abord the iconic locomotive.