A decoration imagined by the decorator Alberto Pinto to sublimate the Limoges porcelain of Raynaud. Its originality lies in the subtle decoration of its pieces; each of the service pieces has its own story and an aesthetic personality of its own. Sometimes dense and intense on the coral-shaped handles of the cups or on the knobs of the pourers, sometimes silky, contrasted, nuanced, watercolored on the plates decorated with coral motifs in harmonious shapes.