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French Elegant Serveware

  • $129.95
    The classic Salam teapot was first created in 1957 by celebrated French silversmith Guy Degrenne, who was inspired by the ancient tradition of Bedouin teapots and the welcoming hospitality of sharing a freshly brewed pot. The elegant design combines a porcelain body with an insulated stainless-steel cover that helps keep tea deliciously warm. Made of white porcelain with a removable insulated 18/10 stainless-steel cover.
  • Sugg. Price: $59 Sale $46.99
    Complete your collection of Queen Anne dinnerware with this elegant porcelain creamer. A simple profile and white glaze give it the elegant simplicity of a French classic. Our exclusive Queen Anne collection is made in France by Pillivuyt, a company respected for fine tableware since 1818. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. 10-oz. cap., 4 1/2" high. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $99.95
    Complete your collection of Queen Anne dinnerware with this elegant porcelain pitcher. A simple profile and pure white glaze give it the elegant simplicity of a French classic. Our exclusive Queen Anne collection is made in France by Pillivuyt, a company respected for fine tableware since 1818. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. 2-qt. cap., 10 1/4" high. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $140$201
    Inspired by the famous Louvre Museum in Paris, our dinnerware is a reflection of French architectural history, beauty and elegance. Engraved with intricate scrolling and fluting, the pieces are masterfully crafted from Limoges white porcelain by the artisans of Bernardaud, a family-owned company since 1863. Dishwasher safe. Oval Platter, 15" long; Open Vegetable Dish, 9 1/2" diam. Made in France.
  • $525
    The Muse dOrsay in Paris lent its Beaux Arts elegance to this porcelain platter, meticulously hand decorated with gold floral scrolls, swags and filigrees inspired by its historic architecture. A glazed blue rim borders the pristine white Limoges porcelain and accentuates the lustrous gilding. Master artisans handcraft the collection at the workshops of Deshoulires, makers of fine dinnerware since 1826. Made of high-fired Limoges porcelain. Detailed with hand-painted gold.