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Publication Date: 2015-02-13

Astier de Villatte Ceramics

After meeting in the 1990s at the Beaux Arts in Paris, designers Benoit Astier de Villatte and Ivan Pericoli opened a flagship boutique on rue Saint Honoré. The store is filled with their signature ceramic creations, using techniques passed down from Benoit's father. All handmade, each piece proudly brandishes its uniqueness and imperfections, and no two are ever alike, making an Astier deVillatte item something truly special to have in one’s home.
To learn more about these wonderful craftsmen, visit their quirky website! Also check out this video on Vogue.com about the shop!

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Image courtesy of Suzanne Lovell Inc.

Marblized tableware by Astier de Villatte in collaboration with John Derian. Clockwise from left to right: ‘tasse interieur marbre vert rouge jaune’, ‘tasse exterieur marbre vert rouge jaune’, ‘mug marbre rouge bleu’

Image courtesy of: designboom

Astier de Villatte with John Derian's ‘assiette dessert marbre beige’
Image courtesy of: designboom

Astier de Villate collaborated with the Countess Setsuko Klossowska de Rola, painter and window of Balthus, in 2014 to create two ceramic collections.

Clockwise from top left: Ivan Pericoli, Setsuko Klossowska de Rola and Benoît Astier de Villatte; a dessert plate from the Grand Châlet collection and a candlestick from the Setsuko collection.

Image courtesy of: T Magazine

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