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Le Col Bread Plate

A summer in Montpellier and Pierre Carron lets his imagination speak by placing on ceramics a blackbird, an apple basket, a curious eye, a loving profile, a face of the moon, a strange head. The classic design is ultra-contemporary because of the great freedom of the line that Pierre perfectly master.
  • Entirely handmade in France, every piece is unique
  • Made with black terracotta clay, glazed to create a milky white finish
  • Perfect for every day use, surprisingly light, extremely durable & dishwasher-safe
  • Designed by Mathilde Carron-Astier de Villatte and Pierre Carron, inspired by the 18th & 19th century designs
A summer in Montpellier and Pierre Carron lets his imagination speak by placing on ceramics a blackbird, an apple basket, a curious eye, a loving profile, a face of the moon, a strange head. The classic design is ultra-contemporary because of the great freedom of the line that Pierre perfectly master.
  • Entirely handmade in France, every piece is unique
  • Made with black terracotta clay, glazed to create a milky white finish
  • Perfect for every day use, surprisingly light, extremely durable & dishwasher-safe
  • Designed by Mathilde Carron-Astier de Villatte and Pierre Carron, inspired by the 18th & 19th century designs
$68