Merci is located in the heart of the historic Parisian district of Haut-Marais. Together with Serax they have created a range of tableware, inspired by the famous 'American Modern Dinnerware' by Russel Wright and by the traditional Japanese 'Bento'. The collection features dishes made from sandstone, hammered metal cutlery designed in a smaller size to adapt to the new way of playful eating and also glasses made from textured glass, all of which perferctly combine in this collection. In 1986, brothers Serge and Axel Van den Bossche decided to take over their motherÕs business under the name of Serax. What started with a series of flowerpots and vases soon grew into an extensive range of decorative homewares articles, ranging from the original glassware to elegant dinnerware and dŽcor. Today, Serax serves as a design platform, where collaborations are created and nurtured between Belgian and international designers. Following their core philosophies, Serax always retains its ambition of offering its customers accessible, high-quality and functional design.