Maison Pichon Uzès Louis XVI Hand-Glazed Ceramic Bowls (Set of 4)

$176

Louis XVI Hand-Glazed Ceramic Bowls (Set of 4)7cm (h) x 17.5cm (d) / 2.7" (h) x 6.8" (d)

$176

Louis XVI Hand-Glazed Ceramic Serving Bowl7cm (h) x 29cm (d) / 2.7" (h) x 11.3" (d)

$166

France-based Maison Pichon Uzès and its talented artisans make fine earthenware by hand, a legacy that traces back eight generations to 1802. Each collection highlights the maker’s eye for detail, as seen in the Louis XVI series. These hand-shaped bowls from the line are complete with octagonal edges and embossed beaded borders inspired by a string of pearls. Their versatility is endless, slotting into classic or contemporary settings with ease. Due to the handmade nature of each piece, irregularities in finish may occur.

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Meet the Maker:

Maison Pichon Uzès

Maison Pichon Uzès’ story is deeply rooted in the South of France. In the 1950s, its ancestors saw porous red clay from the Uzès region and decided to make ceramics with it. Ever since, the Pichon family has continued to explore the endless possibilities of earthenware, with a signature colour palette of 25 (and counting) as well as a mould library that dates back to the 1800s – only 10% of which has been used. The craftsmanship process involves stamping, pressing, drying and firing, while hours of handling go into the signature corbeilles tressées (braided baskets) which are intricately woven by hand.