A sophisticated collection of tableware inspired by international banknotes and stamps.
Born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, designer Brunno Jahara studied in Venice and also worked for a couple of years at the iconic Fabrica. These life experiences and extensive traveling have informed his style, resulting in highly distinctive work with multicultural influences. The Vista Alegre Treasures collection exemplifies this perfectly. Following on the footsteps of his previous Vista Alegre range, the award-winning Transatlântica, Treasures brings a sophisticated accent to the dinner table. This porcelain table service blends classic and contemporary design cues as well as surprising and artistic elements. Inspired by the illustrations and designs of international banknotes and stamps, the collection also references traditional herbaria. And the result? A treasure trove filled with captivating designs.
The designer used both floral and geometric elements for the Vista Alegre Treasures collection. The classic beauty of floral patterns complements the clean, contemporary look of geometric motifs. Nude colors along with various shades of blue, green, and orange enhance the designs and harmonize with the white porcelain. Some of the products feature hand-painted details and gold accents.
The new Vista Alegre Treasures collection comprises 30 pieces in a complete table service. Apart from plates and cups, the range also includes trays, bowls, platters, and mugs. A pitcher and a tea pot are also included along with a decorative money box with gold detailing. Brought together in a kitchen or in a dining room, these porcelain gems transform any meal into a special event. Photography© Vista Alegre.