Bernardaud, designer of fine china since 1863, conceived porcelain salt and pepper shakers, inspired by traditional Orient-Express tableware, featuring the legendary trains’ colours and Art Deco design.
The Bernardaud family porcelain factory, located in Limoges, a UNESCO Creative City, employs more than 150 artisans who polish, shape, and enamel porcelain to create exceptional tableware.
Made of Limoges porcelain, the salt and pepper shakers are the result of Bernardaud’s commitment to excellence for more than a century.
This elegant duo was inspired by Art Deco influences intrinsic to Orient-Express.
A discreet gold curve separating the salt from pepper serves as the only decoration.
The lines of these Art Deco-inspired salt and pepper shakers are inspired by the legendary locomotive.
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