REMY RENZULLO x CAROLINA IRVING & DAUGHTERS

With her daughters Olympia and Ariadne, Venezuelan textile designer Carolina Irving is bringing her eye for eclecticism to gorgeous tableware. The starting point for this collection—a collaboration with the buzzed-about NYC decorator Remy Renzullo—was a 19th-century Mallorcan charger (reproduced here). That, in turn, led them to 18th-and 19th-century Spanish ceramics and 18th-century French faience, for inspiration. Everything is handmade in Portugal.

Note: The plates pair impeccably with the Casa Alegre glassware (it’s Irving’s favorite).

REMY RENZULLO x CAROLINA IRVING & DAUGHTERS

With her daughters Olympia and Ariadne, Venezuelan textile designer Carolina Irving is bringing her eye for eclecticism to gorgeous tableware. The starting point for this collection—a collaboration with the buzzed-about NYC decorator Remy Renzullo—was a 19th-century Mallorcan charger (reproduced here). That, in turn, led them to 18th-and 19th-century Spanish ceramics and 18th-century French faience, for inspiration. Everything is handmade in Portugal.

Note: The plates pair impeccably with the Casa Alegre glassware (it’s Irving’s favorite).

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