Pillivuyt Bretagne Degustation Plate – Egg Shell – Culinary Republic

Pillivuyt Bretagne Degustation Plate – Egg Shell

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26cm degustation plate in egg shell.

100% French made.

The perfect dish for displaying your exquisite culinary delights.

Microwave, dishwasher, oven and freezer safe.

Brittany (Bretagne) a collection in colors inspired bu the nuances of the sea and the sky off the coast of Brittany.

The colored notes on your table bring refinement and delicacy.

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Buy today Pillivuyt Bretagne Degustation Plate – Egg Shell from Culinary Republic.This collection is inspired by the colours of the sea and sky off the coast of Brittany.

Pillivuyt Bretagne Degustation Plate – Egg Shell

Multiple firings at very high temperatures produce pieces that are totally non-porous and highly resistant to both mechanical and thermal shocks.

Pillivuyt is 100% lead and cadmium free.

The quality and workmanship of each piece of Pillivuyt porcelain is exceptional.

Pillivuyt is truly unbeatable in the kitchen and simply beautiful on the table.

Care

Freezer, dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe to 2ooC.

Internationally known for its quality, durability, and toughness.

The exceptional glazing on all Pillivuyt products creates a natural anti-stick surface that is easy to clean and a joy to use.

Additional information

Weight .2 kg
Dimensions 26 × 26 × 5 cm
Pillivuyt

Pillivuyt France has been concerned with preserving its strong sense of tradition, whilst remaining relevant with innovations that suit and respond to the changing demands of consumers around the world.
Pillivuyt develop their own porcelain compound on-site at the factory.
100% French production.
Pillivuyt remains located in the town of Mehun-sur-Yevre which has been home to the factory for nearly two centuries.
In the past few years, however, the changes have evolved to generate stronger, thinner, and more versatile cookware and dishes that are better suited to today’s usage and aesthetics.
Decorated pieces are fired a third time in order to incorporate pigments into the glaze of the pieces, ensuring that they will be permanent and impervious to fading or changing colour.

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