John Derian Qince Plate in White
Astier de Villatte John Derian Qince Plate in White
In a special collaboration, John Derian has worked with Astier de Villatte to add his collected imagery to their classic white tableware. The 19th-century inspired patterns and images perfectly complement their handmade ceramics which are also inspired by the same time period.
• Entirely Handmade
• Glazed with a Milky White Finish
• Vintage Fruit Illustration
• Contains Variations in Glaze and Texture Due to the Handmade Process
• Inspired by 18th and 19th Century Designs
Renowned for their signature approach to handmade ceramics, Benoît Astier de Villatte and Ivan Pericoli have been designing home goods since 1996. They follow in the tradition of the great 18th and 19th century Parisian ceramic studios. Astier de Villatte handcrafts each of its ceramics, glassware and candles in an antique Bastille workshop in Paris, historically home to Napoleon Bonaparte's own silversmith. Astier de Villatte is now the one and only major studio to keep the tradition of artisanal ceramic production in Paris alive, with a team of only twenty ceramicists.
Material: 100% Black Terracotta Clay
Size: Approx. 8.25" L x 8.06" W x 0.75" H
Care: Hand Wash
Origin: Made in Paris