Inspiration for these collections is derived from different cultures, spanning time, space and history. Iconic design blended with the fine manufacturing craftsmanship by Rosenthal combine to make a magnificent collection.The Medusa series is one of the most extensive Rosenthal meets Versace collections and first made an appearance as a dinner service back in 1993.
As you enter the Milanese palazzo in Via Gesù that Versace calls home, before discovering the famous mosaic of the world’s most powerful feminine icon – the Medusa – a scenic marble staircase catches your eye. Swirling metallic spirals ascending into the Versace casa are the inspiration for the new “La Scala del Palazzo” fine porcelain dinner service from Rosenthal meets Versace collection. A hint at what happens behind closed doors, the central circular element gives a first sighting into the intimacy beyond the staircase. The architectural style of the collection is enriched by an elegant green and pastel rose palette, reminiscent of the classical Italian palazzi facades.
New for 2020, Versace Barocco Holiday collection invites the joyful spirit of the festive season. Versace Barocco Holiday is characterized by an ornamental Barocco border and an array of seemingly eclectic designs set against a red background. A signature crown motif, first introduced on the 1991 Barocco print, is surrounded by an array of heritage chains, jewels and Medusa medallions.
Besides dinnerware, the Versace Barocco Holiday collection includes the annual Globe Ornament, Bell Ornament and the Limited Edition Holiday Plate.
This marvelous Versace giftware is called I Love Baroque.
It is produced using the finest porcelain creating a style that is best described as luxurious and glamorous.
The etagere measures 7 x 8.5 inch.
The most prominent color of this item is gold.
Lavish ornaments decorate this piece and make it a ‘must have’ for everyone in love with opolent design.
The etagere is sold as a single piece.