Multicolored and ornamental table setting items that allow you to practice your mix and match skills to the fullest.
Milan-based brand La DoubleJ is already preparing for Christmas and New Year’s holidays: the company presented its popular line of home products in an expanded lineup. The new elements of the collection are items made of glass, textiles, porcelain dishes and various accessories, made in the brand’s iconic catchy colors and graphic ornaments.
The main novelty of the season was a refined series of festive Miniscalchi porcelain with graceful birds on a pale pink background. The inspiration for the designers of La DoubleJ was a service that once belonged to French Emperor Napoleon III, and now is in the collection of the Miniscalchi-Erizzo Museum in Verona. The service dates from the beginning of the 19th century and is attributed to the Parisian porcelain artist, Darte Hainet.
The classic Miniscalchi design is contrasted with objects with a dynamic seventies Slinky pattern, which creates excellent combinations with other op art patterns: Farfalle, Domino, Sfere and Cubi. La DoubleJ founder Jay Jay Martin discovered this expressive pattern, actually created in the 1970s, in the archives of the Mantero Seta textile factory on Lake Como. La DoubleJ designers decorated porcelain tableware and kitchen textiles produced in the artisan workshops of Ancap and Mascioni with geometric graphics.
The collection is completed by gentle vases Amphora and Bubble with a pansy-eye pattern, Spirit Animal cushions with a leopard print, and many round and rectangular trays with a dense ornament. At La DoubleJ’s request, Venetian glassmaker Salviati made laconic fluted glasses, and elegant champagne glasses were produced in the New Year hues of green and golden yellow.