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Its handmade and the customizable decor is typically Provencal.
It’s handcrafted in Vallauris and bears the original signature.
It’s available in 2 sizes for small or large quantities. In blue, yellow, green or ivory background, you will easily find the speckled ceramic dinnerware that suits your taste.
Moreover, the Provence tableware set allows multiple combinations. ... Read more >>
The Cavaillon decor in Provencal colors will brighten up your meals with sun.
Available in 2 sizes, it’s compatible with all ovens and dishwashers to make your life easier.
It comes from an earthenware set including a whole range of table utensils.
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It is available in two sizes for small or large families.
This dish has two handles and is also compatible with the use of a dishwasher.
It’s entirely handcrafted in authentic Vallauris earthenware and signed. It’s decorated with the Grasse pattern.
This pottery dishware is rustic and invites you to dream. Something to change your daily life! ... Read more >>
Made in genuine Vallauris earthenware, signed, it comes from the Porquerolles dinnerware set, on off-white background with azure blue decor.
You can buy it on its own or pair it with the tableware from this beautiful collection, both refined and simple in shape.
Two sizes are available to suit the needs of your meals.
This ceramic is compatible with all ovens and dishwashers. ... Read more >>
French ceramic cookware
To equip you with durable and healthy cookware, nothing beats Provencal pottery.
Fully compatible with food standards, these terracotta containers will restore your dishes the original flavor of the ingredients to the delight of the taste buds. These unique ceramics are made on request in Vallauris, pottery town of the Cote d'Azur, by one of the last artisans respectful of tradition.
The particular shapes are rigorously reproduced according to the ancestral models transmitted from previous generations.
The flagship article is the daubiere, in which we prepared the Provencal stew. There is also the "high skillet", sometimes said "toupin" and the tian with multiple uses. And of course ceramic casseroles of different sizes for roasts, ratatouille, poultry and other pots au feu...
These potteries are rounded, generous and beautiful in their rustic simplicity. But above all, they allow you to cook good stews by keeping the water naturally contained in the food. Food stays moist, keeping its taste individually, while mixing flavors subtly.
The result has nothing comparable!