Relaunched by Arc in February 2016, Arcopal has signed 2 new collections, Célestineand Adriel.
After re-editing its Veronica plates (forget-me-not motif), Lotus (very 1970s-style orange flowers), then Celena (field flowers), flower power is still de rigueur with the new collection of Célestine plates.
Their motif revives our memories of summer holidays and gives them the sweet smell of freedom that infused the 1960s. A few blue, yellow and orange daisies scattered over the plate give this tableau a touch of fantasy and good cheer. Célestinereminds us of the days of bell-bottomed trousers and psychedelic vans. The convivial spirit of this collectionis an invitation for all generations to gather together to enjoy a good meal. This motif includesdinner, soup and dessert plates.
With Adriel, Arcopaladds a graphic twist to its collections. The edges of the plates have been decorated using a spirograph and a ball point pen, as a cheerful nod to childhood at a time when children are heading back to school.
A collection that can be used on an everyday basis, just for the fun of it, and is ideal for all convivial family meals. Such values are indeed part of Arcopal's DNA.
The Adriel dinner serviceis made up of dinner, soup and dessert plates.
Founded in 1825 in Arques, in the north of France, the Arc group manufactures and markets glassware and tableware under different brand names: Arcopal, Luminarc, Cristal d’Arques Paris, Arcoroc andChef & Sommelier. It exports over 80% of the products manufactured on its historic site. Arc is present on 5 continents via its various production sites and distribution subsidiaries.