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Wishing You A Very Fruitful New Year of 2023 filled with Strength, Happiness and Prosperity!

This collection ‘Harmonia’ from renowned Maison Raynaud, exclusively distributed by Heather & March, is chosen to wish you A Very Happy Chinese New Year of the Rabbit filled with abundances. The origin of ‘Harmonia” dates back to the 18th century, when the collection was produced for Emperor QianLong of the Manchu Qing Dynasty of China, an accomplished monarch, poet, calligrapher and painter. The illustration consists of the significant 三多 three abundances, the exploded pomegranate fruits with grains evoke the wish for fertile offspring, the pomegranate flowers  referred to ‘eternity flowers’ and the buddha’s hand fruit  ‘foshou” alludes to happiness and longevity. This decoration is representative of the great wealth of porcelain from this period, and is exhibited at the National Museum of Asian Arts at Guimet in Paris. The collection is re-edited by Maison Raynaud for today elegant Chinese and western dining.