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"Oiseau Bleu Fruits" egg cups, set of 2 by Gien

US $ 60.48
plus shipping cost Prices based on destination U.S.A.
Item no. 41664
3 in stock, delivery time approx. 2-3 working days
Otherwise approx. 2-3 weeks delivery time
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Product characteristics:

  • H2¾'', ø 2''
  • Faience
  • Suitable for the dishwasher and microwave
View entire product range Gien Oiseau Bleu
  • H2¾'', ø 2''
  • Faience
  • Suitable for the dishwasher and microwave
Please note: If you purchased pieces from "Oiseau Bleu" with fruits before 2013, we would like to inform you, that the fruits are no longer hand-painted. However, neither the colours nor the design have changed, so that you can perfectly mix both versions.

The "Oiseau Bleu" dinner service from Gien charmingly fulfils the highest expectations of French country house style. Blue birds, branches and graphic elements join together with the ivory background colour of the faience to form an attractive and harmonious composition. The "Oiseau Bleu" dinnerware is one of the most popular collections at Artedona.

The original design of this blue and white classic from the Fayencerie de Gien dates back to the nineteenth century. Designer Isabelle de Borchgrave has added refined colour effects to the traditional "Oiseau Bleu" pattern. Enchantingly designed flowers, fruit and butterflies vigorously inject life into the monochrome base colour.

Many pieces from Gien’s "Oiseau Bleu" dinnerware can be ordered either in the traditional blue and white or with fruit and flower motifs.
  • 3 in stock, otherwise the delivery time is approx. 2 weeks.
  • The shipping costs for the destination U.S.A. are US $ 35.00.
  • Artedona ships globally, mainly with UPS. Within Germany you can also choose to have your order shipped with DHL. Available shipping options are shown during check-out.
  • For your inquiries, please call us at +49 (89) 45 69 20 66.

Wohnen & Garten
June 2017

"Das Auge isst mit! Handgemalte Früchte, Blumen und Schmetterlinge, entworfen von Designerin Isabelle de Borchgrave, verleihen dem Fayence-Klassiker Oiseau Bleu aus dem 19. Jahrhundert ein neues Gesicht." View PDF
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