Germany-based fine china producer Villeroy & Boch recently set up shop (its first Asia flagship) in Singapore in newish mall Capitol Piazza (#01-74/76). What’s the big deal about a few pretty plates and bowls, you ask? These pieces have star quality: The brand’s tableware ($74-$329) and glassware ($24-$105) have been featured in films like The Hundred Foot Journey and Ocean’s Eleven, and are reportedly also the Pope’s dinnerware of choice.

Check out what’s in store below:

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The Amazonia Amnut collection ($74-$329) features drawings of flowers and leaves by Prussian botanist Alexander von Humboldt.
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The Old Luxembourg collection (price unavailable), which was created almost 250 years ago, was a favourite amongst the Royal Dukes in Luxembourg.
The impressionistic artwork in the Mariefleur collection (prices unavailable) is inspired by French painter Monet’s gardens in Giverny, France.
The Samarkand Mandarin tableware ($100-$329), named after a thriving city along the Silk Road, will give any dinner setting a generous helping of Oriental chic.
These glass vases (price unavailable) may be simple in its design, but their strong, vibrant colours add a cheery ambience to any room.

Like this? Check out Robinsons’ new fine bone china collection inspired by Singapore’s heritage.