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Style Decor
Published: Volume 17, Issue 5, May, 2009

Luxury is forever covetable, recession or not...

Glass weds steel
Art d’Inox

The renowned brand presents two new collections, entitled The Amethyst and The Frangipani. Inspired by the coloured semiprecious stone and the fragrant flower, the collections blend glass and steel to create dinnerware, vases, candlestands and tea-light holders. Subtly beautiful and serene.
At Saket, New Delhi (+91 11 31303032); Gurgaon (+91 124 3265091); Raghuvanshi Estate, Mumbai (+91 22 66102683).

Designer dinners
‘Le Jardin de Versace’ at Rosenthal

Paul Wunderlich’s shapes and Gianni Versace’s patterns come alive beautifully in this new collection of tableware. The sinuous ornamentation in pastels and brights, with gold highlights, creates an ethereal garden steeped with romanticism. Excruciatingly detailed, these works of art are limited edition collectibles.
At Ambience Mall, Gurgaon (+91 124 4665485).

Crazy for ceramic

Synonymous with ceramic, this legendary brand has, in the process of global expansion, absorbed elements from world cultures. Thus, in addition to cherubs, maidens and animal figures, one can now choose from Buddha heads, Hindu gods, incense holders and much more – crafted masterfully with a pristine touch.
In Mumbai (+91 22 22823436), Bengaluru (+91 80 25321868), Hyderabad (+91 40 23400270), Kolkata (+91 33 24225311), New Delhi (+91 11 41864400).

Golden Gokul
Vrindavan by Viya Home

As a tribute to Lord Krishna, the collection features sculptural creations in metal, combining an array of crafts. Inspired by Indian mythology, yet modern in their feel, the pillars, diyas, stools, vases and candlestands are both decorative and functional. Opulence reigns supreme.
At Good Earth outlets in Mumbai (+91 22 24951954), New Delhi (+91 11 29565600), Bengaluru (+91 80 41738870).

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