Raynaud at the French May Festival

From 4 May to 9 june, the "Splendour of the French Table" exhibition is showcasing our rich heritage during the French May Festival taking place in Hong Kong.

Raynaud at the French May Festival

Located in the Elements Shopping Mall, the exhibition traces the evolution of tableware in France since the 18th century.

Raynaud has selected pieces from amongst its heritage treasures that reflect the House's unique expertise and are both timeless and representative of the family history.

The Palais Royal collection, which is entirely hand-painted, was created by Porcelaines Raynaud's founder, Martial Raynaud. He gave the service to Sacha Guitry on the release of his film Remontons les Champs Elysées in 1938. They are juxtaposed with pieces from the Nin Sou collection, inspired by an early Compagnie des Indes design symbolising André Raynaud's taste for Chinese antiques and antique porcelain. Lastly, the more contemporary lines of the Trésor collection illustrate Bertrand Raynaud's use of the worlds of decoration and fashion as a new source of inspiration.


All pictures of this exhibition are on our Facebook page.

Monday, June the 3rd, 2013