Fine China for People Who Don’t Like Fine China

The former wedding-registry staple is no longer shorthand for fussy and boring. Top home decor lines offer designs that range from playful to exotic
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Once upon a time fine china was intended solely to lend a formality to the dining experience. Relax. Top home decor lines now offer designs that range from playful to exotic to downright homey.

1. Art Nouveau
Hermès “H Déco” dessert plate, $85, teapot, $455, and cup, $90, at the Frame Shop, Ltd., San Marino

2. Hand Picked
Oscar de la Renta “Coralina” dessert plate, $35, and salad bowl, $225, at Oscar de la Renta Boutique, Beverly Grove

3. Gold Rush
Poc a Poc “Milan” dessert plate, $120, at Gearys, Beverly Hills

4. On the Dot
Hering Berlin “Cielo” bowl, $502, at Gearys, Beverly Hills

5. Color Wheel
Hermès “Voyage en Ikat” presentation plate, $630, and coffee cup and saucer, $350, at the Frame Shop, Ltd., San Marino

Photograph by Joseph Shin

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