Gien Les Oiseaux Vintage-Inspired French Dinnerware
Birds of a feather.
A little bird told us you may fancy these dishes—wanna hear why? For starters, they’re crafted in France’s Loire Valley, passing through the hands of 30 highly-skilled artisans who take them from local clay to full-on masterpieces. They also just so happen to be faience, a special type of tin-glazed dinnerware known for its stunning designs. And then there’re the two little chirpers sitting in that tree, sure to add a little spring to your tabletop. Oh, and here’s a little something extra: These gems get their rich green details from a signature firing process (which has the added benefit of making these durable enough for your every day).
Photography by Julia Gartland & Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
Dinner Plate: 10.8"D x 1"H
Salad Plate: 8.7"D x 0.8"H
Canape Plate: 6.5"D x 0.8"H
Pasta Bowl: 6.5"D x 1.8"H
Soup Bowl: 6.1"D x 3.6"H
Shallow Bowl: 8.7"D x 1.5"H
Care & Notes
Microwave and dishwasher safe. To maintain optimal quality, we recommend using the microwave with dinnerware at room temperature and for reheating only. Gentle detergent and low temperature recommended for dishwashing cycles.
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