Porcelain Bear were thrilled to celebrate the unveiling of their newly refurbished and extended Melbourne Showroom and the launch of new porcelain lighting and furniture designs with 200 guests from the Australian design industry last Wednesday night.
May 13th, 2016
Porcelain Bear has always created unique porcelain furniture, lighting and homewares. Beautifully considered, perfectly formed and finely crafted, the range will have no better home than the company’s new showroom on Derby Street in Collingwood.
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