Discover Dior Maison’s new toile de Jouy homeware

Brooke Theis
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Photo credit: Dior
Photo credit: Dior

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Dior has unveiled its latest collection of tableware, in which fine porcelain is exquisitely embellished with the House’s iconic toile de Jouy pattern.

Now reimagined by Maria Grazia Chiuri, this motif originally appeared decorating the walls of Christian Dior’s first boutique at 30 Avenue Montaigne in Paris.

Photo credit: Dior
Photo credit: Dior

To create the collection, Dior Maison worked closely with skilled French artisans, who fashioned each elegant piece by hand, from enamelling to intricate painting.

Photo credit: Dior
Photo credit: Dior
Photo credit: Dior
Photo credit: Dior

The result is a refined range of delicate Limoges porcelain dishes, tea cups and plates featuring enchanting illustrations of prowling tigers, flitting butterflies and detailed trees with outstretched branches in a chic soft-grey hue.

Explore the collection in the below video, where Dior Maison’s artistic director Cordelia de Castellane discusses the pieces and describes how to set the perfect table: