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A longtime favorite of Chicago tastemakers and brides in search of a vibrant twist on tabletop entertaining, Tabula Tua offers the most beautiful dinnerware from around the globe. Gorgeously crafted by talented artisans, this tableware is the stuff of dinner party legends. Imagine having dishes so lovely and hard-wearing that they are regularly handed down from generation to generation. Here's a few lovely brands that Tabula Tua offers and are perfect for a wedding registry.
Astier de Villatte: This line features ceramics handmade entirely in Paris, France from black terracotta clay. The pieces are inspired by 18th and 19th century designs and glazed to create a lovely milky white finish. Perfectly suited to dressing up for Thanksgiving dinner or making even an everyday meal feel chic. These pieces are sure to become heirlooms.
MUD Australia: This line features porcelain pieces that are oven, microwave and dishwasher safe. A cult classic, the designs are striking in their simplistic design and heavy on workmanship. Handmade in Sydney, Australia, these pieces become smoother with each use. People spend their entire lives building up their collection - so get a jump on yours today!
B by Brandie: This line features both porcelain and classic bone china dinnerware collections. The designs are fun, bright, and colorful. Pair a patterned salad plate with a classic white dinner plate and you've got yourself a chic little tea time. Or, mix and match a patterned piece from each collection and have a fantastic dinner party for your girlfriends.
And you're in luck because Tabula Tua offers wedding registries and unique wedding gifts influenced by artisans around the world! Register online or shop in-store for personalized one-on-one attention from Tabula Tua's bridal experts and you and your guests can look up the status of your registry anytime. There's also a 10% Completion Discount on remaining registry items for 6 months after your wedding date. Check out the Wedding Gift Registry page for more information.
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