" Carole Guyot's Amande Louis XV is a tableware collection in a ravishing shade of almond green, but it's the shape that really floats my boat." Laurence Llwelyn-Bowen Daily Express
France has a rich tradition of pottery, particularly in Provence. Towns like Aubagne and Apt all have their traditions. From Carole Guyot's workshop in the Drôme Provençale we have the wonderful Louis XV in an almond colour. Our latest additions are the Epicure range in cream and taupe and the Oval range, both with slightly distressed edges.
A beautifully simple, glazed terracotta mug
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" Carole Guyot's Amande Louis XV is a tableware collection in a ravishing shade of almond green, but it's the shape that really floats my boat. Carol...
- Cloche £75.00