Site Corot: Graphic Porcelain Dinnerware Made in France, Now In Production Again!

updated May 24, 2019
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The Site Corot factory in Limoges, France was once famous for its eclectic, avant-garde porcelain dinnerware, but it hasn’t produced anything in over a decade. Now it’s back, under new creative direction, and issuing both new and classic designs, like the Florida pattern seen above.

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The Florida porcelain dinnerware collection, from 1986, is colorful and graphic, with patterns that are meant to be mixed and matched. I can definitely see how this particular design was likely very popular in the mid-80’s, but there’s something about it that feels right for today. (Like they say, trends cycle around every 20 years or so, so I suppose the timing for this comeback is just right!)

Since this is French-made porcelain, the prices are high, ranging from $37 to $165. Dinner plates start at $75 a piece, mugs at $45.

Buy It → Site Corot Porcelain Dinnerware online at Barneys or Elements Chicago