Acrylic tray which complements any outdoor or summer entertaining. Ideal for a gift that will bring fantasy and color on your table in your living room or outside. The Gien "Provence" dinner service’s stunning views of one of the most beautiful parts of the world will enchant even those people who have never been there. The designer Isabelle Barthel invites you to a dream journey through the south of France. Fine local fruits, herbs and landscapes, lavishly presented, are what lend Gien’s French faience dinnerware "Provence" its uniquely fresh and sunny country house charm.
Gien is the most prestigious maker of earthenware in France. The company dates to 1821 when Thomas Hall brought fine English earthenware manufacturing techniques to France. Gien tableware takes inspiration from many sources, including Rouannais patterns from the 18th century, Italian design, Delft earthenware, and styles from the Far East. Artisans and craftsmen today take inspiration from Gien's rich design past to create classic and modern tableware for today's consumer. Since Gien dinnerware it is fired at lower temperatures than porcelain, its colors are notably rich and warm.