Artisan splendour

contempo_lifestyle_5_2_PPContemporary dining collection by established tableware brand Noritake

Think square saucers, distinctive handles and blocks of pure colour and you will get a taste of Noritake’s vibrant bone china collection Contempo.

Noritake, established in 1904 in Nagoya, Japan and now recognised internationally as one of the few brands to continue using the finest materials and the most highly qualified artisans, has developed a tableware range that reflects the current trend towards more contemporary casual dining.

Noritake Contempo offer four colour choices: Gris, a warm, muted grey; Verde, a citron green; Amarillo, a golden yellow; and Azul, an ultramarine blue. Each colour is used in tandem with a clean white, creating a refreshingly bright canvas for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Each piece in the range is sold separately so you can choose to create a single colour story or mix ‘n’ match different colours and pieces to create a unique tabletop that defines your style.

Square saucers, round plates and bowls all feature a wide band of colour at the outer edges; cups, mugs and tea pots have a signature decaled ‘tail’ on the handle; and each piece features an exquisite coloured line at its rim.

Noritake Contempo is crafted from bone china and its body is surprisingly robust and chip resistant.

It is also completely microwave and dishwasher safe.

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