Jan 21, 2013
Michael Aram Dinnerware at Bloomingdale’s
By Alice Oglethorpe
It’s been 24 years since artist Michael Aram began designing beautiful, nature-inspired entertaining pieces and home accessories. This month, Aram launches a new line of porcelain dinnerware—his first. As befits his high standards, the pieces are made from Limoges porcelain. But these aren’t special-occasion-only—they can be microwaved and are dishwasher safe. The collection is available at Bloomingdale’s Medinah Home (600 North Wabash Ave.) and Macy’s (111 North State St., among others). Go with all one pattern or mix and match—the styles are designed to coordinate with each other.
Posted Jan. 21, 2013, | Back to all posts
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