About Oscar De La Renta
Article by Prabakar S
A lovely, quality pair of very collectible Oscar Schlegelmilch cups and saucers for your approval. All marked on the bottom with the circle with the crown on top and the OS name finishing the circle. The L is in the center. Made in GDR. 3 have a gold number 32. All are in a green stamp. The picture on both cups is what appears to be two Grecian/Roman figures with may be a quiver, and a little cupid-type with wings peeking from behind the bushes.
Oscar De La Renta’s talents receive continual international recognition. Among many other honors, Oscar de la Renta received the CFDA Womenswear Designer of the Year Award in 2000. In February 1990, he was honored with the CFDA Lifetime Achievement Award. From 1973 to 1976, and from 1986 to 1988, Oscar de la Renta served as President of the CFDA. He is also a two-time winner of the Coty American Fashion Critic’s Award and was inducted into the Coty Hall of Fame in 1973. From 1993 -2002 Oscar de la Renta designed the haute couture collection for the house of Pierre Balmain becoming the first American ever to design for a French couture house. Oscar de la Renta has been awarded the French Legion d’Honneur as a Commandeur.
This couture collection for the table is produced and distributed by world-renowned Richard Ginori, the leader in porcelain and bone china since 1735. The patterns for this bright, colorful and magnificent range were originally hand painted by Mr. de la Renta himself. The Oscar de la Renta collection for the table will feature two lines the Oscar de la Renta Signature Collection, made of porcelain and Oscar, a more casual everyday line. Today Oscar De La Renta Porcelain comes in a wide range of prices and styles.
Several companies known for tabletop are diversifying into gift areas such as frames and vases. Wedgwood plans to focus more on its giftware collection, producing a series of lines including a Tea Party, which features a teapot, tea strainer, place card holders, napkin rings, cake servers and more. There was no shortage of big names at the spring tabletop market, including icons from the world of fashion. Vera Wang’s Love Knot collection is being reprised by Wedgwood, with a new dinnerware pattern bearing the same name as the designer’s popular collection of silver giftware. Oscar de la Renta was well represented by Lunt, which unveiled a new collection of flatware, hollowware, giftware and accessories. And Kate Spade was in the Lenox showroom with a collection of frames bearing her name, as well as a funky collection of polka-dotted vases. Please purchase on online www.etabletop.com
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