Chambord by Gien

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  • Faience, handmade in France
  • Dishwashable (low temperature programme), microwaving is not recommended
    Take care to avoid thermal shocks
The "Chambord" dinnerware by Gien is decorated with impressive animal photographs in black and white. The monochrome pictures play with light and shadow and have a very special effect: they lend the ecru-coloured faience tableware by Gien a modern and at the same time natural elegance.

The photographs were taken by Georges Carillo. The well-known French wildlife photographer succeeds in impressively capturing animals in motion - the wing beat of a pheasant, the jump of a rabbit or the run of a proud stag.
Georges Carillo took the photographs in the former hunting grounds of Chambord Castle. The impressive Loireschloss is located in the middle of Sologne. The wooded landscape in central France is home to many wild animals whose natural appearance is expressed in the photographs.

All single pieces of the "Chambord" crockery by Gien are decorated with different animal motifs, which together create wonderful pictures on the laid table. "Chambord" can be perfectly combined with the Gien "Filets Manganese" dinnerware. The plain-coloured service also has a hand-painted black border.

Faience is a fine, porous earthenware which is coated with a glaze. Since 1821, the French manufactory Gien has dedicated itself to the ancient art of porcelain making. Gien faience tableware is characterised by its intense colours and the variety of shapes and decorations.
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  • The shipping costs for the destination U.S.A. are US $ 35.00.
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