This iconic Gien collection enchants with graceful birds, buds and branches rendered with a fine artist’s sense of motion, depth and composition. For its border motif, Isabelle de Borchgrave took inspiration from 18th century dinnerware recovered from a ship wreck off the coast of Spain. Her design has a subtle effect of being washed away, touched by the effects of water and salt.
Artist: Isabelle de Borchgrave
The Faïencerie de Gien, the largest porcelain factory in Europe, symbolizes refinement and the French way of life. For nearly 200 years, the Gien earthworks is a French heritage company, recognized internationally. She made her fame by manufacturing table services to the coat of arms of the largest families in France and Europe and ... the tiles of the Paris metro in 1930. She is labeled EPV by the Ministry of Economy, Finance and of Industry, "Living Heritage Company". The Faience of Gien is 100% Made in France.
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