Blue floral plates Porquerolles

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blue floral plates
Original and so pretty, these blue floral plates come from the Porquerolles collection, in white earthenware and Mediterranean blue decor.
It’s entirely handmade in a potter's workshop in Vallauris, France, authenticated by a signature on the back.
Their dimensions are ideal for placing a piece of bread or a few olives if you use them as aperitif dishes.
Just placed next to a white plate, each plate will enhance your table dressing with a touch of French refinement! ... Read more >>

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Pastel dinnerware

Is it the azure blue or the scrollwork decor or even a touch of watercolor that gives these blue floral plates such a romantic air?

In any case, it’s very successful, and will slip onto your tables as an aperitif plate, at lunch or at dinner. You won’t be able to do without it.

This table container can also accommodate a mini bouquet, condiments, or serve as a coaster or ashtray, as long as your beautiful tablecloth is not stained.


Very skilful hands shaped, fired and then decorated this earthenware object in the style of a watercolor. A second firing at nearly 1000 ° C completed this long work of patience and mastery.

The blue and white plate set Porquerolles is entirely artisanal, made in Vallauris, and signed with the name of the renowned pottery city. If you like the pattern of these plates, don't miss the complete tableware set which includes all plate sizes as well as everyday dish essentials.


It’s a small paradise island along the Southern East coast, in the Mediterranean Sea, under national park status. A timeless place, devoid of motor vehicles so as not to distort the still wild and unspoiled piece of land.

It’s bordered by sandy beaches, pines, heather and myrtles, and also small cliffs and creeks. A few old stone sites, a monastery, a fort and a mill punctuate the cultural walks of curious holiday visitors. Porquerolles Island is one of the mildest points in mainland France thanks to its Mediterranean climate.

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50 Items
Data sheet
3.94 in
3.94 in
0.8 in
130 g
Use as
Apetizer plate, Bread plate, Saucer, Apetizer dish, Tidy plate


1 - Before first use (culinary terracotta only)

Before using your culinary pottery for the first time, we recommend to soak your pottery and its cover overnight in cold water and then to air dry thoroughly.

Then rub it with a clove of garlic and let stand for at least 5 hours.

Before use, clean it by hand, preferably with liquid Marseille soap or a diluted commercial detergent. Once dry, your terracotta pottery is ready to use.

2 - To avoid thermal shocks

Glazed terracotta and earthenware, like any ceramic, are materials sensitive to thermal shocks and can be damaged irreparably. Here are some tips to avoid breakage.

  • 1st tip: Not empty!
    Never heat or reheat a pottery utensil when it is empty. We recommend placing preparations or food inside, or at least a glass of water, before placing your dishes in the oven or on a cooking source.
  • 2nd tip: Cold start
    Whatever the heat source, you should always start your cooking in a cold oven, or on a small fire with a heat diffuser. Covered pottery retains heat and loses very little energy. You can heat up slowly. The earth gently cooks the stewed preparations, giving them back their water. These remain soft and tasty. There is no point in raising the temperature sharply. If you adhere to this principle, you can simmer unattended for a long time. Finally, do not use your pottery for quick cooking (roasting meat, for example). It is not appropriate. Prefer utensils made of iron, cast iron, etc, instead.
  • 3rd tip: Do not put on a cold surface after cooking
    Provide a tea towel, a cork or wooden trivet, and avoid placing it directly on a work surface. The temperature difference between very hot terracotta and a cold surface could create a shock causing cracking. Likewise, never pass from the oven to the refrigerator or vice versa. It would be fatal for your ceramic. Also, do not leave your terracotta or earthenware dish next to a cooking point. The proximity of a very hot temperature can crack the ceramic.

3 - How to clean your pottery

Even if you are using the dishwasher, you must handle your dishes avoiding any shocks. For hand cleaning, avoid metal pads and abrasive sponges. It is better to use natural detergents, such as Marseille soap products. Always rinse thoroughly, especially for utensils that have an unglazed part. You must allow your ceramic to dry completely before storing it. Place the lid separately, or staggered to prevent airtight closing while your dishes are resting. This will help prevent mold, as the terracotta retains moisture.

Thanks to these recommendations, you will rediscover the true flavor of your recipe in this natural earth, and the pleasure of sharing it at dinner.

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