The Dragonfly Teacup Dyad

210 €

The Dyade Libellule is a set of two 20 cl teacups and their saucers. Made of Limoges Porcelain, they enchant with their simplicity and delicacy. The finishing details are in gold. This cup exudes the aroma and taste of tea thanks to its shape and the thinness of its rims while retaining its warmth. This duo of tea cups is a sensitive and refined series to accompany you gently during your moments of relaxation.

Exclusive edition for the Domaine des Etangs.

Set of two 20 cl teacups and their saucers, made of Limoges Porcelain with gold details.
This cup exudes the aroma and taste of tea thanks to its shape and the thinness of its rims while keeping its warmth.
Cup 20 cl D. 9,8 H. 5.8 cm
Saucer D. 16.5 cm

Maintenance tips
By choosing Bernardaud, you have opted for a quality product. Bernardaud porcelain is also practical, easy to use on a daily basis and is perfectly suited to the dishwasher and the traditional oven.

All Bernardaud porcelain pieces, whether tableware, jewellery, candles, lamps, vases or other decorative objects, can be cleaned very easily with a soft sponge, lukewarm water and standard washing up liquid. However, be careful not to use the abrasive side of the sponge, which can scratch or damage the surface of the decorations, especially gold and platinum.

You can also safely put your porcelain in the dishwasher! Make sure you choose a low temperature programme and do not exceed the recommended amount of detergent. If you do not clean it immediately (by hand or in the dishwasher), we recommend that you rinse it in hot water. Make sure that the pieces do not clash in the machine.
Whichever washing method you choose, we recommend that you wipe your porcelain service thoroughly with a soft cloth to preserve the shine of your decoration.

The models shown contain precious metals and are therefore not microwave safe.

If your gold or platinum service is not used regularly or if it is stored in a damp room, the gold or platinum may tarnish. The metal can also develop a patina from being rubbed by cutlery. In this case, it is sufficient to pamper it with a soft cloth and a few drops of silver polish. Afterwards, there is nothing like frequent use to keep it looking its best!

Finally, if your service has a central decoration, we recommend that you place a piece of soft cloth or a douline between each plate when you put them away to protect the decoration.

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