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Handmade on Rue Saint Honoré in Paris, these 18th-century inspired ceramics are crafted in a traditional pottery style passed down through generations.

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Handmade on the Rue St.

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Handmade on the Rue St.

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This ceramic piece emanates a Provencal rusticity that fits beautifully into the tablescape.

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Handmade on the Rue St.

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Rendered in Italy from 18/10 stainless steel, these utensils possess a brushed stone finish.

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Handmade on Rue St.

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A delicate pattern - inspired by vintage French lace - peeks through a milky-white glaze.

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A delicate pattern - inspired by vintage French lace - peeks through a milky-white glaze.

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Open eye, open heart.

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Open eye, open heart.

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Handmade on Rue Saint Honoré in Paris, these 18th-century inspired ceramics are crafted in a traditional pottery style passed down through generations.

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Handmade on Rue St.

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Featuring the iconic work of decoupage artist John Derian, this ceramic plate adds colorful imagery to Astier de Villatte's signature, milky-white ceramics.

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Rendered in Italy from 18/10 stainless steel, these utensils possess a brushed stone finish.

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Rendered in Italy from 18/10 stainless steel, these utensils possess a brushed stone finish.

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Handmade on the Rue St.

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This ceramic piece emanates a Provencal rusticity that fits beautifully into the tablescape.

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The simple, stark aesthetic of this ceramic piece contrasts beautifully with the colorful greens it will hold.

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Handmade on the Rue St.

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Rendered in Italy from 18/10 stainless steel, these serving utensils possess a brushed stone finish.

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Handmade on the Rue St.

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Among John Derian's iconic collectible plates, each terracotta dish is decoupaged with 19th-century artwork sourced from old and rare books.

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