Heart Evangelista's New Favorite Dinnerware Set from Tiffany & Co. Costs at Least P45,000
She has the plates and platters-including small "paper cups" for her coffee!
We're all no strangers to Heart Evangelista's love for all things designer, including dinnerware. Her collection of Hermès plates alone has us wanting to make an upgrade, but recently, it seems like the actress has been obsessed with a brand new set!
On her Instagram feed, we spotted pieces from Tiffany & Co.'s tableware collection. She has the plates, platters, plus the small "paper" cups and coffee mugs, which are all designed with the brand's signature shade of blue! Just check out this gorgeous spread Heart prepared:
As minimalistic as those plates seem, they predictably still cost a pretty penny. A four-piece set of the Color Block plates costs almost P10,000, and the same goes for just one serving platter!
Color Block Cocktail Plates, $200 (approx. P9610), TIFFANY & CO., tiffany.com
Color Block Rectangular Platter, $200 (approx. P9610), TIFFANY & CO., tiffany.com
Heart also owns about three pieces of the Tiffany & Co. Color Block Pasta Bowls. We love how she stacked it with the matching plates, with the blue side of the dishes on opposite sides.
Color Block Pasta Bowl, $80 (approx. P3844), TIFFANY & CO., tiffany.com
Additionally, we all know Heart is a huge coffee lover, so it only made sense that she owned a coffee mug and and an espresso "paper" cup (it's actually made of bone china) as well. Sometimes, she even uses the small cup to hold flowers for decoration!
Bone China Espresso Paper Cups, $125 (approx. P6006), TIFFANY & CO., tiffany.com
Color Splash Mugs, 225AUD (approx. P8393) for two, TIFFANY & CO., tiffany.com.au
How much will copping Heart's Tiffany & Co. tableware collection cost, you ask? Based on what she's shown on the 'gram so far, our estimate is at P45,000. That already includes a dinner set for three and some essentials for your morning coffee! For around the same price (plus a few more thousands), you can also cop two Balcon du Guadalquivir tart platters from Hermès. Which one is the better investment? We'll leave that to you!
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