Antique and Vintage 1950s Robert Picault for Longchamp Ceramic Dinner Plates (Set of 12)


Over six centuries, Longchamp’s speciality has evolved from tiles to earthenware, earning it the status as the benchmark for fine dining. Its locale – of which it’s named after – is a small village on the borders of Burgundy in France, the ideal place for a ceramic studio due to the surrounding forests and nearby quarries. In the 1950s, it collaborated with pioneering potter Robert Picault on a collection of nature-inspired tableware, spotlighting a series of fish hand-drawn by Picault. Please note, this item is a truly original vintage piece with slight imperfections and distinctive characteristics that add to its charm and celebrate its unique history.

Condition Report

  1. Revive
  2. Fair
  3. Good
  4. Great
  5. Excellent

Product number: 2203271013

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