Renowned artisans Astier de Villatte and John Derian have combined their signature styles to create this unique collection of tableware. In an antique Bastille workshop, each piece is handmade using black terra cotta and a white enamel glaze, signature of the highly collected French line. Paired with the colorful 19th-century inspired patterns and images of John Derian's iconic decoupage work, the pieces are at once classic and unexpected. This intricate blue pattern is reminiscent of corals and the sea. Handmade in France.
• 4.5" in diameter x 1" tall
• Black terracotta clay with white glaze
• We suggest hand washing due to the delicate nature of this product
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