I started an instagram account for my plates and tableware from my personal collection. I turned out that people liked them, and were constantly asking if they were for sale. So they ended being!
Badonviller, Moulin des Loups, Sarreguemines, Boulenger ... Since my childhood, I have been fond of grandmother's dishes, the old-fashioned poetry of the iron lands and earthenware of yesteryear, their sometimes poetic, romantic or naive motifs. In my opinion, they evoke a certain tranquility and sweetness of life, but also the pleasure of receiving guests in a more personal and charming way. I have decided to share with you my finds and my collections, amassed over 25 years, that I store between Paris and the generous countryside of southwestern France. I also work with hotels and restaurants, which I supply with vintage tableware, according to their requirements: 19th century iron clay but also Vallauris or modernist ceramics. Quote on request.
It is a fine white earthenware obtained by adding Kaolin (a refractory white clay baking at high temperature) to the paste at a level of 25%. The names "half-porcelain" and "opaque porcelain" refer to the same product