Born in Austria, raised in the French West Indies and educated at the School of The Louvre, Marie Daâge started hand-painting on Limoges porcelain in 1990. Her creativity and respect of a heritage craft, quickly led her to work with artisan painters from Limoges’ region, enabling her to focus on the creation. Over the years, Marie Daâge has grown into a major player on the French luxury and international decorative arts scene.
Marie Daâge collections are some of the very last to be painted entirely by hand, as opposed to printed patterns (chromolithography or “chromo”). The resulting pieces represent a rare combination: fine Limoges porcelain, patterned not with common rigid decorative motifs, but with playful and expressive hand-painting. Each piece is a unique piece of art.
In 2012, Marie Daâge received the insignia of Chevalier de l’ordre de la Légion d’honneur granted by the state, from the hand of Michelin-star Chef Guy Martin at the Grand Véfour, for promoting worldwide and innovating in a French secular know-how.
Take your “inspiration” Choose the patterns that fit your style Choose the colors that fit your interior Mix them up, have fun at every meal … Complete your services in time reinventing it ever Passionate about the decorative arts, Marie Daâge designs her collections as a “maison de haute couture”. The Marie Daâge creations are perpetual. Marie Daâge offers 80 collections in more than 60 shades. All collections are available to feature any color on any shape. Because Marie Daâge porcelain is hand-painted, it can be customized for a truly one-of-kind table service. One should browse through all the collections to find the perfect representation of one’s taste in tabletop.
Marie Daâge offers a product 100% French, 100% artisanal, 100% luxurious since 1990: a beautiful fusion of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary design.
Marie Daâge offers the privilege of a different table at every meal, the luxury of revised tradition and the pleasure of an innovative and timeless elegance to share.
Each its exquisite pieces are carefully hand painted on the finest Limoges porcelain and accented with 24 karat gold by the most skilled French artisans.