Medusa Rhapsody

A rhapsody of color and detail. One with the ready-to-wear collection, the dinnerware and clothing draw inspiration from each other – resulting in a remarkably modern, yet intrinsically Versace collection. The Medusa and baroque flowers are painted in opulent golden shades, while key items feature the Versace 90s Vintage logo label.

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Medusa Rhapsody Red & Blue

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Medusa Lumière Rhapsody

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Discover the new giftcollections featuring the iconic Medusa's head

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Medusa Grande

Discover our newest addition: The iconic Break the Bank Medusa silhouette is reinterpreted – this time as a vase. The slit on the top of Medusa’s head is made larger, fitting perfectly an array of flowers. Available in two sizes and four tones.
 

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Gypsy

Fine porcelain boxes with Medusa-shaped lids keep your small possessions safe in Versace style. Drawing inspiration from the international globetrotting life, the small boxes are ideal for safe-keeping of all nomadic trinkets. Available in seven colours.
 

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Euphoria - limited edition

Rosenthal meets Versace presents the limited edition Euphoria vases, sophistically crafted from the finest porcelain. Inspired by the idea of a rotating mythical Medusa head, each of the vases represents a different pace of movement.
 

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Celebrating 25 Years Rosenthal meets Versace

 In celebration of the 25th anniversary, Rosenthal meets Versace issues a Limited Edition of special pieces: 25 plates and tea cups featuring 25 different, legendary designs that made the history of this extraordinary collaboration, in which time, myth and culture are forever interwined.

1993 - Medusa

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Medusa

1996 - Le Jardin de Versace

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Le Jardin de Versace

2002 - Wild Floralia

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Wild Floralia

2011 - Le Grand Divertissement Gold

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Le Grand Divertissement Gold

1993 - Marco Polo

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Marco Polo

1994 - Les Trésors de la Mer

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Les Trésors de la Mer

1997 - Gold Ivy

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Gold Ivy

2004 - D.V. Floralia

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D.V. Floralia

Rosenthal meets Versace Scented Candles

An elegant series of candles featuring the most iconic Versace motifs on one-of-a-kind porcelain: Medusa Gala, Vanity, Medusa, Le Jardin de Versace, Les Étoiles de la Mer, La Scala del Palazzo, Prestige Gala and I <3 Baroque. Stylish table accents with refined details and elaborate craftsmanship give that unmistakable Versace touch on fine natural wax candles with luxurious fragrance that shine brilliantly.

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Discover other collections from Rosenthal meets Versace

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Dining Collections

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Stemware

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Gifts & Accessories

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Rosenthal meets Versace

Versace and Rosenthal are both recognized as brands synonymous with excellence and high quality. Rosenthal has an international reputation for uniting tradition and innovation, while Versace has its own world famous, glamorous and luxurious style. Together they have developed elegant, refined and exciting tableware and gift collections. Inspiration for these is derived from different historical periods and cultures. Thus, there are pieces that explore the exotic jungle imagery that is found on famous Versace prints, and collections incorporating the baroque iconography that the fashion house has made its own. Diving for hidden treasure, strolling through delightful gardens or viewing the most illustrious artefacts of the court of the Tsar.

Versace and Rosenthal conjure up diverse imaginary scenarios through their decorated tableware, laden with myth, symbolism and antique references. To create these most luxurious dream worlds, Versace has used the highest quality porcelain, crystal and cutlery from Rosenthal. Precious materials are skilfully crafted into special pieces. Versace is well known for its ability to bring together the historical and the ultra-modern, to arrive at timeless yet totally contemporary designs. Itswork with Rosenthal perfectly illustrates this unique aesthetic.