Introducing the Madame Footed Trays & Bowls, a collection that embodies the essence of light, elegance, and a touch of mischief reminiscent of the noblewomen of Marie Antoinette’s court. Inspired by the opulence and sophistication of 19th-century French salons, this charming range by Sambonet is a true embodiment of grace and luxury.

Crafted entirely in Italy with exquisite attention to detail, each piece features a unique handmade base, ensuring that no two are ever alike. Made from high-quality stainless steel with a resin base in a mineral hue, the Madame collection combines cutting-edge technology with traditional craftsmanship. Designed by Centro Stile Sambonet, this exceptional range is not only a visual treat but also a testament to Italian artistry.

  • Category
    Serveware, Decorative Objects
  • Range
  • Brand
  • Designer
    Centro Stile Sambonet
The Studio of Tableware
Mount Eden, Auckland
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About the

The Company
The Studio of Tableware is regarded as New Zealand’s leading tableware specialist and offers you an unrivalled selection of quality tableware including dinnerware, cutlery, glassware, table linen, gifts, cookware and kitchenware.

The selection offered encompasses a wide variety of tastes, budgets and desires. The Studio of Tableware offers world famous brands from Europe, Scandinavia and the UK and many of these are exclusive to The Studio of Tableware in New Zealand.

Our specialty is quality tableware and gifts for:

  • Your residence, apartment and holiday home
  • Equipping luxury yachts and motor vessels
  • Business and corporate presentations and incentives
  • Boardrooms and hospitality areas
  • Wedding Registers and gifts for all occasions

Our Philosophy is . . .
To provide products of high quality and excellent design.

To support these products with in-depth knowledge and superior service delivered with imagination and enthusiasm.

To ensure that our clients are offered competitive pricing.

To show by example that ‘We don't just set the table . . . We set the standard’.