French Porcelain Crinkle Cups (Set of 4)
Masters of disguise.
Photography by Ty Mecham, Bobbi Lin
Meet the Maker
Revol's been around for a while -- we're talking since-1768-a-while. During a walk in the Drôme countryside, the Revol brothers, Joseph-Marie and François, noticed some unusual white streaks on the ground which they quickly identified as a kaolin (type of clay) deposit. They went ahead and established a factory in the area and since then have been producing and exporting their beautiful porcelain. Vive le Revol!View Full Profile
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