Renowned for their handcrafted French ceramics, Ivan Pericoli and Benoit Astier de Villatte first met in a cafe in Paris. Astier de Villatte remains the last traditional ceramics studio in Paris. Using white glaze from the Parisian region and black terracotta clay, each piece is unique and created by hand. Astier de Villatte creates a diverse line of products, inspired by the 17th and 18 th century yet influenced by a modern monochromatic aesthetic. The Bac Soup Plate is elegant for serving a pre-dinner soup or after dinner dessert. Handmade in France.
• Measures approximately 7.5″ long x 7.3″ wide x 2″ deep
• Additional items from the Bac collection may be available in-store, please call us to find out what is available.
• Black terracotta clay with white porcelain glaze
• We suggest hand-washing due to the delicate nature of this product
• A special handling fee may apply when shipping this item
• Not safe for microwave or oven
• This item is handmade, slight variations can be expected
• Gift wrapping is always on us!
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