Since 1837, Hermès has remained faithful to its artisanal model and its humanist values. The freedom to create, the constant quest for beautiful materials, and the transmission of exceptional know-how – which enable the creation of useful, and elegant objects which stand the test of time – forge the uniqueness of Hermès.

Bold lines, depth of color and porcelain finesse, through its designs, Hermes tells stories to be enjoyed during dinner parties or one-on-one over a cup of tea.

Cheval à la couverture

The Cheval à la couverture horse is inspired by the illustrated catalogues conserved in the Émile Hermès collection. Sometimes trotting, sometimes galloping, the Cheval à la couverture appears on a new series of three mugs in bright and contrasting colours.


A true ode to the beauty of flora, Passifolia is the fruit of an artisanal adventure and an exploration of innovative know-how. The service offers an immersion in a universe that is both dreamlike and incredibly real, with floral and other more foliage-based compositions. Plates, platters and cups spread out across the table and form landscapes that invite contemplation.

The Mosaique au 24

The Mosaique au 24 Collection is a tribute to the birthplace of Hermes: 24 Fauborg Saint Honore, in Paris. A journey to the heart of the store's architecture, where each motif reflects the lively patterns of colors and light on the famous store's floor. A long, lavish voyage through time and legend. In homage to the mosaic which covers the floor of 24 Faubourg Saint-Honoré, the historic Hermès store, the geometric friezes in matte grey tones, enhanced with platinum, play with the light. The striking pattern of interlocking platinum and grey geometric Greek friezes that rims each piece of Mosaique au 24 Limoges Porcelain dinnerware pays tribute to the historic Hermès shop by emulating its similarly patterned sandstone mosaic floor, which was designed by Henry Pannier for the store in 1926.