Astier de Villatte at Maison et Objet

Since 1996 Ivan Pericoli and Benoit Astier de Villatte have been producing their furniture and distinctive white ceramics that are now carried in upscale boutiques around the globe. Establishing their charming Saint Honoré boutique in 2000, it quickly became a go-to destination in Paris for chic home accessories. And with one of the most creative sites on the web, they are now accessible to all those who appreciate innovative handcrafted quality served up with an inventive sense of humor.

astier de villatteI stopped by their crowded booth at Maison et Objet to see what was new. There were of course additions to the white ceramics line, including a festive three-tier cake stand. Their collaboration with John Derian continues in several venues. The ceramics collection adorned with his decoupage expanded with new additions

astier de villatteand Astier de Villatte’s popular notebooks debuted their new covers decorated with Derian’s leaf collages.

Astier de Villatte In 2008, the firm expanded into perfumed objects including not only eau de cologne and beauty products but erasers and what has become an expanding selection of scented candles. With their charming cloche packaging, they represent a scented journey to choice locations on everyone’s bucket list

Astier de Villatte

One of my favorite introductions of theirs was the new Crésus table service. A wonderful combination of their rustic chic handcrafted shapes with the delicate elegance of gold edging. I believe the gold flatware is new as well.

astier de villatteAvailable in nine difference sizes, there are some wonderful individual pieces beyond the place setting

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including, in typical Astier de Villatte style, some particularly enchanting and quirky ones.

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Lastly was the introduction of a new finish, terracotta gross. A flat matt finish, it is porous and will gain a patina over time. It contrasts beautifully with the usual enamel glaze, which is still found on the inside.

Astier de Villatte

I couldn’t help but snap this marvelous teapot and its fetching finial. With an almost inquisitive feel, it expresses the charm of the collection, full of organic personality.

Astier de Villatte

Be sure to stop by next time when we air a new episode of our video series, Stylish Shopping with Susanna Salk, with design guest Alexa Hampton.


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11 Responses to Astier de Villatte at Maison et Objet

  1. Vicki Archer says:

    As a great fan of Astier de Villatte… I am very happy to see their new offerings… Gorgeous as ever… and I always like the Derian collaborations… xv

  2. I love Astier de Villatte line but trying very hard not to collect anytihng else and you aren’t helping! Their new line is gorgeous as always.

    XXX
    Debra~

  3. Franki Parde says:

    Is that first photo really the most palest of aqua/blue ever… *sigh*…gone are “wish books” and here “wish photos.” franki

  4. I love everything that they produce!
    Mary

  5. Oh goodness, I love everything, but the Astier de Villatte and the notebooks are fabulous. I would have left there penniless!
    Happy Monday.
    Teresa
    xoxo

  6. pretty pink tulips says:

    Tabletop heaven! That horse platter,hung on the wall, caught my eye! And that Cresus table service with a touch of gold rim would be a fine addition to any kitchen. Mine, in particular!

    xo Elizabeth

  7. Pamela says:

    The teapot.
    Sublime.
    xo,
    p

  8. Hamptontoes says:

    Love the pieces with gold trim, there is something “earthy” yet sophisticated about them. Gorgeous offerings!

  9. JP Storm says:

    I love the new finish and I desperately need that tea pot.

  10. Adore the footed vase! And the new finish… amazing color. ox

  11. Rod says:

    So pleased, they are stocking the John Derian ceramics in the Corso de’ Fiori store in New Zealand.

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