Capacity: 11 oz
Timeless and versatile, Pont aux Choux is ideal for mixing and matching with other collections—or standing on its own with a classic French elegance. The iconic design was inspired by the famous “Pont aux Choux” in Paris where market farmers grew their vegetables in the 18th century. It was also the home to some of the first ivory embossed earthenware, and was purchased by Hall, the founder of Gien, in 1819.
How is it made ?
Warm and vibrant, Gien fine Faience is in a class of its own through its composition, its quality designs and forms. A Gien plate requires 26 different ingredients and passes through the hands of 30 Faience craftsmen, the heirs to a legacy of two hundred years of skill and know-how.
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How to maintain the product?
In order to preserve the quality, we recommend to use microwave for reheating only. Before reheating, ensure your faience is already at room temperature. This is to avoid thermal shock. Our products are designed to be dish washer safe (low temperature washing cycles). These recommendations do not apply to hand painted Prestige pieces.