Our company, Pampa Bay was created in the heart of the Pampas grain belt, in Argentina. The Pampas region is peppered with finger lakes creating a spectacular landscape of different shades of green from the farms and surrounded by the crystal blue water of the bays and lakes of the region. This breath taking view, inspired us to create all the designs that gave birth to our brand.


Our Argentinean charm was inherited from our Italian and French ancestors. Strongly influence by the European culture, Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is frequently referred to as the “Paris of South America”. Each and every design we create reflects a part of our culture, which is elegant and unique.



  • High-fired porcelain serverware.
  • Silver, gold and bronze titanium finishes.
  • Dishwasher safe.
  • Stain resistant.
  • Food safe.
  • Will not scratch or loose luster.
  • Tarnish free.




For us, it’s all about functionality. Many times our personal lifestyle inspires us to develop a new product. There is a balance between versatility and visual appeal that is very important to us. We want every product to complement your existing tableware and make hosting and entertaining fun and creative!


Pampa Bay’s unique products combine the elegance and care-free attributes of Titanium with beauty of high-fired, white porcelain or hand-made textured and colored glass. Unique in their combination of materials and striking in design, Pampa Bay gifts fit today’s lifestyles. Our products are dishwasher safe. You can warm up your dishes in the oven, and keep dessert in the freezer. These productsare scratch resistant and stain and tarnish-free.


When we design, there is a story behind every piece and every line. We combine materials, colors and textures to create products that you will love. Because our products are easy to care for and versatile, you will quickly realize how easy and fun is to host and entertain with Pampa Bay serveware is on your side!


Choose from a variety of collections featuring different finishes, design elements and shapes reflecting the Pampa Bay heritage and culture.