Handmade on the Rue St. Honoré in Paris from black terracotta clay (in a standard pottery fashion handed down from generations), every is completed with a milky-white glaze that employs an intricate glazing approach that only a few have mastered. Durable for daily use, yet exquisite to gather. Individual pieces available under. Inspired by the ornate style of 18th-century French Princess Marie Adélaïde, these ceramics feature a signature flourish of raised dots.
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Romantically bohemian, but practical for every single day use, they are completely handcrafted in an antique Bastille workshop, traditionally home to Napoleon Bonaparte’s own silversmith. A uniform trim of raised dots brings a contact of whimsy to those items. Handmade on the Rue St. … Read More