Novelty: Beautiful porcelain for asian cuisine
Elements Asia in 4 versions
Preparing an Asian delicacy often requires a rich imagination. In order to please the taste buds of every gourmet, the right ingredients need to be mixed. But if you want to get a real Far Eastern flair on your table, food alone won't do the trick. After all, food only satiates, it is the dining experience that fulfils. And that Asian experience is brought to you by Elements Asia porcelain novelties. Then it will be up to your imagination how you arrange them on the table and what delicacy you serve in them.
With the Earth collection
you will become an explorer
The polka dot design pleasantly shortens the waiting for food. Your guests
can discover what the painted patterns on the bottom of the bowls
and plates represent. While one will see eight planets orbiting the sun,
another will spot a star or a flower. And what do you see?
Fire Will Set the Table,
the Soul and the Mouth on Fire
Perhaps everyone knows the feeling of being hungry as a wolf, eagerly waiting
for the coveted meal. And when it's finally brought to him, he just bursts
into flames with excitement like a mythical phoenix. Especially when it's served
in stylish porcelain. You can serve wasabi in it, for example, and your guest
will be transformed into a fire-breathing dragon in no time. That is, unless
it's Jean Reno, who in the film Wasabi eats this spicy
horseradish as if it were mustard.
Treat Yourself to a Quiet Dining Experience
While some will burst into tears with joy at the food, others will enjoy it
with the calmness of an Englishman. And it is this quality that is associated
with the water element, that the Water collection is inspired by.
The sight of the open sea or raindrops falling on the windowsill can calm
us down in a moment. A good lunch should do the same,
especially during a hectic day.
Wood Opens the Gate
to the World of Fantasy Again
The hand-painted black and white décor lets your imagination run wild.
It's hard to agree on what this unconventional design depicts.
But one thing is certain - like the other collections, this one brings
a touch of Asian culture to your dining table.