From the domain of Australia’s first fine jeweller, Fairfax & Roberts is bringing its bespoke tableware to market for the epitome of elegance at the dinner table. Inviting you to discover a decadent and lavish reality, with only the highest quality materials, No.19 tableware is here for you to indulge yourself while you indulge yourself.
Where fine art crystallises into contemporary creations and beyond, No.19 connects European craftsmanship to Australia’s first atelier of bespoke tableware; Fairfax & Roberts translate an extravagent vision into designs that are exquistely crafted onto the finest Limoges porcelain. Known as Opus de Limogia or Labor Limogiae in the 12th century, this hard-paste porcelain traces its roots to the city of Limoges, France. Known in the trade as ‘white gold,’ the porcelain is crafted from raw natural ingredients using skills honed over seven generations.
Complementing the entire offering is a hand-selected range of the world’s premier tableware brands. Offering a myriad of dinnerware, crystal, décor and silverware not previously available in Australia, No.19 has more than enough fancy plates to keep even the most luxurious home kitchen up to scratch.
With each piece “designed to embody the unique style of your family, lifestyle and home,” according to Managing Director, No.19 and Fairfax & Roberts, Irene Deutsch said prices for the bespoke range of No.19 tableware start at AUD$135/piece. It is tableware from a jeweller afterall.
Promising an experience unlike anything else, Irene shared that “from the moment a client steps into our showroom, right through to when we deliver a personalised form of art, No.19 will inspire joy and conversation for years to come.”
“This is understated luxury at its best, combining self-expression with exquisite quality,” adds Deutsch.