Versace Home, which began in 1992, comprises two distinct collection themes: a highly ornate line that draws inspiration from classical and baroque art, and a contemporary line that dabbles in conceptual furniture design. Versace’s emblem, the head of Medusa surrounded by Greek frieze, features heavily in the designs, particularly in the dining wares.
ART DE LA TABLE
Born from a programe of collaboration with the great tradition of Rosenthal, superb decorative themes embellish the porcelain collections for the table: Medusa, Les Tresors de la Mer, Le Jardin de Versace. These ranges are complemented by crystal glasses, finely wrought silver cutlery, vases and supremely desirable ideas for gifts.
The collection is meant for people with a strong taste for details and decoration. Two parallel and apparently contrasting moods : classic and modern, offering a variety of sophisticated hints and inspirations for very contemporary homes. Warm tones of woods, golden laquers, soft lines and clean graphic shapes mixed to baroque volutes, gold, silver and stunning velvets and silks are the essence of a timeless collection.
From Versace is expected to bring to their Home Collection the elements from the runway drama, and every single aspect is introduced brilliantly. The barroco patterns are like diamonds, eternal. And every single piece is made having this brilliant characteristics, uniqueness and imortality.
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Only 99 copies of each vase are available worldwide, each bearing a stamp with its production number.