“Chain D’Ancre” Dinnerware by Hermes, Blue
Quite different from its counterpart in silver/grey/platinum; Chain D’Ancre in blue is reminiscent of its name, anchors, chain, sea and boats- and of course in the Mediterranean. What better to match with white bone china. Perhaps a deep Navy blue charger by Ginori, white – hand me down bone china and then the ChainD’Ancre bowls and salad plates. Or, bright white bone china chargers from Ginori and the Chain D’Ancre dinner plate, and then another antique white salad plate topped with a shrimp or crab in glass followed by a demitasse served in the Hermes Chain D”Ancre cups.
Not to overdo the white, the place mats could be a natural cork by Kim Seybert or a salmon round by Deborah Rhodes or a Giedre Linen from Anichini and an oatmeal linen mesh napkin by Anichini or go over the top with a hint of coral monogram on a Kim Seybert taupe napkin. Glass ware from Kim Seybert matches the unique blue of the Hermes.