Jeff Koons says, "I was always intrigued by porcelain, by both the economic and the sexual aspect of the material. Porcelain shrinks in the oven, therefore, there is a tightness to the material. Porcelain was the emperor's material but today it has been democratized and everybody can enjoy porcelain. That's why for these qualities of its material being it is the reason I used it in the Banality series. I am really thrilled to be a part of the Bernardaud collection."
Fine Limoges porcelain manufactured in France with hand-painted gold enamel trim. Not microwaveable. Dishwasher safe. Limited Edition of 4500. Set includes: 1 Dinner Plate: 10.6 inch diam.; 1 Salad Plate: 8.5 inch diam.; 1 Bread & Butter Plate: 6.3 inch diam.; 1 Tea Cup: 3 inch diam.; 1 Saucer: 5.5 inch diam.