Doron Merdinger, Royal Designer of Abu Dhabi and Turkmenistan, Now Offers 18 Karat Gold Dinnerware and Jewelry for luxury Patrons
Dinnerware* Cutlery * Stemware * Coffee sets* accessories *
and even Pacifier!
Merdinger was appointed as the private gold designer for the Abu Dhabi and Turkmenistan kings to furnish their palaces. He created an exclusive dinning set worth $60,000 and coffee set worth $40,000. Those items made from bone china with nearly 50 percent real bone-ash content, 18 karat gold, titanium and crystal. His work made him among the few Israelis ever invited the Abu Dhabi Palace.
Merdinger, a world known designer who was raised in a famous sliversmithing family, also designed a special Kabala necklace for Madonna and the most expensive pacifier in the world, made also from 18K gold, worth $288.
All the designs are part of The Arabesque collection. The Arabesque is an elaborative application of repeating geometric forms that often echo the forms of plants and animals – nature’s supreme mathematical code, a representation of infinity itself. With its radiant and boundless patterns – perhaps the most mathematically sophisticated patterns known to man – the Arabesque alludes to the divine, functioning in this collection as a continuum of visual and spiritual symbolism.
Cutting-edge computer programs he upgraded himself, originally used by the IDF to develop new weapon, have captured the ancient form of Arabesque in binary codes, thereby fusing the old with the new.
Prices range from $209 for a dinner plate to $2,728 for a pair of candlesticks. A setting for a 12 including dinnerware, cutlery, stemware, coffee service, and tabletop accessories – costs about $70,000.
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