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Noritake Yoshino tableware
Published on
May 19, 2023

Relive India's Legacy through our India-Inspired Collections

Noritake's designs draw inspiration from various aspects of nature and cultural heritage.Many of their designs feature intricate patterns and graceful color combinations that reflect the beauty and harmony of nature. From delicate floral patterns to bold geometric shapes, Noritake's tableware adds elegance and sophistication to your dining experience. With its latest collection of Indian-inspired designs, Noritake has yet again raised the bar for contemporary tableware. Their unique blend of traditional Indian motifs with modern designs creates a stunning visual feast that will leave you marveling at the historical and cultural heritage that each piece carries with it.

The Serene Garden features an exquisite design that is inspired from the Madhubani paintings from the Mithila region of India. Originating in the 7th century BC, Madhubani paintings were first created as a gift for Prince Rama on the occasion of his wedding to his daughter Princess Sita by the ruler of Mithila, King Janak. These paintings are known for their simple themes revolving around nature, love and moral values. The Serene Garden showcases the elaborate and vibrant designs of Madhubani art, with its signature use of bright colors and striking geometric patterns. The Serene Garden is a perfect embodiment of the timeless aesthetics that Noritake brings to your dinner table.

The Royal Blossom brings a splash of color to your dinner table with its urbane design that is bound to absorb the attention of your guests. The arabesque style of the Royal Blossom is inspired from Asian Inlay designs that are known for their magnificence and complex patterns. The repeating patterns used in this architectural form, using intricate floral and geometric designs, reflect the cyclical nature of life and interconnectedness of all things. The Royal Blossom features a beautiful mandala design of exotic flowers and leaves that are reminiscent of an opulent garden in full bloom, emanating a vibrant androyal aura to your dining room.

The Lodi’s morning is a piece of work that is inspired from the beautiful Lodi Gardens of Delhi. A place where architectural heritage of over 500 years and a blanket of rich lush greenery exists amicably. The tranquil setting of the Lodi Gardens makes it an oasis for species of different birds and butterflies fluttering around the garden. Noritake depicts the vibrant Portulaca flowers and parrots from the Lodi Gardens through this spectacular work of Japanese craftsmanship. The Lodi Garden by Noritake is a work of art that is bound to start conversations around your dinner table.

The Royal Promenade is a subtle and classy design influenced by the traditional Asianfabrics painted with floral motifs. The florid patterned textiles of India remain some ofthe most iconic of the long and illustrious history of textile production and trade. Theorigins and evolutions of these patterns reflect a fluctuating mix of ancient traditions,foreign influences and shifting fashions, resulting in an incomparably varied and vibrantcanon of floral design. The Royal Promenade recreates these floral motifs embedded in adeep blue color and surrounded by a gold rim, exuding a regal and a ceremonial feel toyour dining table.

The Bountiful Garden displays its connection to the ancient technique of Pietra Dura,which was a significant feature of Mughal architecture. Shah Jahan introduced thiselaborate architectural method in India through one of his most celebrated creations,the Taj Mahal. The precision and attention to detail required to create this art formmakes it a visually stunning craft. The contrasting colors brought together so seamlesslythrough the Bountiful Garden is yet another important characteristic of the Pietra Dura.The Bountiful Garden is a testament to Noritake’s perennial aesthetics and superiorJapanese craftsmanship.

The Lotus Fountain is a design derived from Pichwai paintings, which have their roots in the 17th century. Originally created to be used in temples, these paintings became increasingly popular among the royal families of Rajasthan and Gujarat. The paintings were often commissioned by the royal patrons as a way of displaying their wealth and status, and were also given as gifts to other rulers and dignitaries. Pichwai paintings were favored by the royal courts for their intricate details, vibrant colors, and religious significance. The Lotus Fountain brings this meticulous art form to your table, evoking a sense of calm with its depiction of lotus flowers on a pristine white bone china background.

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