Royal Limoges

Blue Star Dinnerware

Named one of the One of the World's Top Talents in Architecture and Interior Design by Architectural Digest, designer Timothy Corrigan delivers The Star Dinnerware Collection.

This elegant porcelain dinnerware collection for Royal Limoges is inspired by the compass, the universal symbol of travel. To bring this exceptional collection to life, Timothy created a stylized arrow and then created a more complex pattern by layering the motif in different sizes to create both the star and decorative border.

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Expected to ship in 4-6 weeks
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Grouped product items
Selection
Blue Star Creamer Available for Backorder
$125.00
Blue Star Sugar Available for Backorder
$175.00
Blue Star Breakfast Saucer Available for Backorder
$50.00
Blue Star Cake Platter Available for Backorder
$325.00
Blue Star Presentation Plate
BLUE STAR DINNER PLATE 10.75\" D
Blue Star Teapot Available for Backorder
$375.00
BLUE STAR BREAD PLATE 6.25\" D
BLUE STAR BREAD PLATE 6.25\" D Available in Store Only
$55.00
Blue Star Breakfast Cup Available for Backorder
$100.00
Blue Star Dessert Plate
Blue Star Dessert Plate Available for Backorder
$75.00
Blue Star Salad Bowl Available for Backorder
$325.00
Some Items Available for Backorder
Expected to ship in 4-6 weeks
Call us at 1-800-793-6670 or send us a message for more information
Some Items Available in Store Only
Call us at 1-800-793-6670 or send us a message for store availability
More Information
Material Porcelain
SKU group-bluestar-dinnerware
Details & Care Do not microwave; Hand washing is recommended
Named one of the One of the World's Top Talents in Architecture and Interior Design by Architectural Digest, designer Timothy Corrigan delivers The Star Dinnerware Collection. This elegant porcelain dinnerware collection for Royal Limoges is inspired by the compass, the universal symbol of travel. To bring this exceptional collection to life, Timothy created a stylized arrow and then created a more complex pattern by layering the motif in different sizes to create both the star and decorative border.