‟La Table, c’est l’endroit de détente et de convivialité par excellence...” - Bernard Loiseau

This fine earthenware of charm and elegance is characteristic of the end of the 19th century and is still very “sought after” today. Iron earth tableware is a type of unglazed ceramic tableware, made from natural clay. Unlike porcelain, iron clay is thicker and heavier than the latter; also more opaque and more matte, it nevertheless remains vibrant with its mainly monochrome decorations which represent plant or classic motifs. The main factories having produced Terre de fer are the earthenware factories of Moulin des Loups , from Saint-Amand or from Sarreguemines. Terre de Fer dinnerware is versatile and can be used to serve a variety of dishes with its saucepans and plates or as an aperitif with pretty boats which have once again become a real decorative trend at an affordable price.

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