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Orient Express Bernardaud Salad Plates


Bernardaud, designer of fine china since 1863, conceived a porcelain dessert or salad plate, inspired by traditional Orient-Express tableware, featuring the legendary trains' colours and Art Deco design. Sold as a set of 4.

Made to Order for Orient Express




A Unique Savoir-Faire Tradition

The Bernardaud family porcelain factory, located in Limoges, a UNESCO Creative City, employs more than 150 artisans who polish, shape, and enamel porcelain to create exceptional tableware.

The Porcelain

Made of Limoges porcelain, the salad plate is the result of Bernardaud's commitment to excellence for more than a century.

The Design

Bernardaud put a graphic spin on the classic 'O.E.' monogram to create a chic Art Deco-inspired design.

The Colours

The salad and dessert plate features Orient Express's iconic colour palette with a graphic midnight blue pattern and light gold threading.

Anatomy of the Plate

This porcelain dessert plate's sophisticated design will enhance any culinary creation.