the standards of traditional Limoges porcelain, Esquisse is nonetheless a resolutely contemporary collection intended for professional use. Characterised by a large rim and a shallow bowl, the simple yet sophisticated design intensifies the whiteness and delicacy of the porcelain.
hard Porcelain which is composed from kaolin, feldspar and quartz. Esquisse is finished with a shiny glaze. The timeless dinnerware has only some additional parts - from plate flat to bread plate, from bread plate to plate flat.
all the world . Modern and inventive, uncomplicated and always with a special kick - since the foundation in 1948 Guy Degrenne had the aim to revolutionise the dining culture in France.
family, took over his family business in the Normandy after the Second World War and founded from it his own new enterprise. During the lean postwar years he began to build up a production for cutleries with the few available possibilities and used the material which was still available: the first cutleries were produced of the steel of the tanks which were left in Normandy....
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