Since it's origin in 1863, Bernardaud Porcelainhas pursued the single-minded passion of it's founding fathers, to create magnificent porcelain.
What makes a Bernardaud Porcelain Votive Light so enchanting?
Its surprising translucency, which is characteristic of Limoges porcelain. Bernardaud Porcelainartisans use the same technique of hand sculpting fine, bisque porcelain (non-glazed) that was first demonstrated by French artist Paul de Bourgoing in 1828. The glow of a candle shines through the raised and carved surface of the votive to contrast light against shadow, revealing its richly detailed design.
Bernardaud Porcelain votive lights add a warm, decorating accent to the bedroom, bathroom, or any room in the home. For a dramatic effect or to create a festive ambiance, delight your dinner guest by replacing traditional dinner table candles with Bernardaud PorcelainVotive Lights.