Welcome to the ALL NEW French Country Fridays, the series that will inspire you to “Frenchify” your Friday!
This week is all about Collecting Antique French Ironstone ! While I have amassed a nice collection of Terre de Fer, which is French ironstone…I also have some beautiful pieces of Limoges. Do I actually use them you ask? Well yes, but not every day because it’s just the two of us eating dinner together. Since we both work it’s casual and gets on the table quickly. I do a lot of batch cooking and reheating up for most dinners. But I love them and enjoy looking at my French dinnerware. They are displayed behind glass where I see them…every day! Read on my friends and happy Friday…
From your hosts:
• Our Guests – Featured This Week •
A gracious farmhouse in Provence that is home to a family of five. The property is rare in the Provence region, that is known for ancient hill towns and vineyards. The family spent a decade in the area before finding this farmhouse that borders the Rhône River. We invite you to come inside via the link above!
One of the most anticipated hotel openings of the world! The Airelles is situated on the grounds of the magnificent palace of Louis XIV, The Chateau De Versailles. Get closer to palace life and experience this once in a lifetime stay, along with many experiences offered. Learn more above!
It is in the district of Saint-Germain-des-Près, the shop Flower creates some of the most beautiful arrangements available in Paris. You’ll find everything from garden roses, lilacs, dahlias, anemones, ranunculus and peonies, and be mesmerized by a look at their website!
• Favorite Products of the Week •
Why it’s French ironstone…of course, since my article above talks all about it! Simply tap on any item below to learn more and shop!