Fine Bone China tableware is also called the white gold. The term Bone China comes from England and stands for fine porcelain / shards (China) with a very high percentage of bone ash (bone). Due to the addition of the bone ash, the porcelain is very stable and at the same time very tender in appearance and haptics. Dibbern also offers the fine porcelain with a variety of beautiful decorations - such as gold froth. The Dibbern Goldrausch tableware series is justifiably named, because at the sight of the white Bone China porcelain and its intense decor of 24 karat gold refinement, one feels as if in a (color) intoxication. The simple shaping of the bone porcelain reminds a little of the Bauhaus designs, which through the golden decor create a portion of extravagance. Due to the decor, the collection is neither suitable for the dishwasher nor for the microwave.