In addition to my passion for beautiful homelinen, I have a passion for tableware (thanks to my grannies !) And I am not the alone, I wanted to share with you some deco crushes : here is a selection of made in France ceramic plates. Everything you need to make you happy or as gift ideas as Mother Day is coming. Everything is handmade, only craftwork far from logic of mass production.
Here is my selection of made in France ceramic plates :
I discovered Aurélie Dorard ‘s work (above) thanks to magazine articles. I fell in love with the colors and shape of these sandstones plates (Transition collection). râce à des articles de magazine. J’ai eu un vrai coup de cœur pour les coloris et la forme de ces assiettes en grès de la collection Transition.
Thanks to Instagram, I recently discovered Justine Lacoste’s creations in her ceramist workshop called Epure and I’m a fan ! I selected this mini porcelain plates from the herbarium collection.
And again as I was browsing through Instagram to prepare this post, I discovered enw céramique : I straight away loved Emmanuelle’s work, and particularly the black line collection.
If I had be told some years ago that I’d like to put plates on my wall, I would have laughed very hard. And yet, FaÎenceries Georges creations awaken this crazy desire in me ! Pylone Plate, Faïencerie Georges, labeled Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant.
Ismaël Carré’s ceramic is all about color and happy shapes : here is his beautiful plates collection.
Thanks to Empreintes, Parisian store of the Ateliers d’Art de France, I discovered Karen Petit. Here are her sandstone plates; I also love her porcelain and gold range.
Still on Instagram and to prepare this post, I spotted the beautiful and very sobber dishes of Maison Jacob.
Manufacture de Digoin has been cultivating his know-how since 1875 and has known a rebirth a few years ago being purchased. I love all shapes and colors.
Other style but I like it as much : Faïencerie de Gien’s creations are absolutely awesome. The workshop was created 200 years ago ! I have a crush for these plates of the vintage collection.
And to end this beautiful series, here are Caroline Petit Mason’s creations : Three Seven Paris. I discovered her work as I was following her twin, Heimstone founder, on Instagram. The hardest part is to choose which pattern you’ll take !