Ceramics is a return to roots which offers a variety of authentic, smart and refined objects.
Our collections consist of lamps, small furniture, vases and decorative objects.
Create a harmonious atmosphere where every detail fits in: shape, size, colour, the spot you choose.
Let yourself be inspired by joyful curves that will exalt your living space.
Pieces of character & designers
Give in to new explorations and incorporate an arts-and-crafts authentic decoration piece to your living space. Find theFdC collections and the designers collections (Aurélie Richard, Manufacture de l’Empan and Alain Gilles) from our retailers. .
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Ceramics workshop: history & tradition
What about coming and discovering our production workshop ? (visits by appointment only and for groups of 20+ people). This is a unique place steeped in history where collections marking your art of living have been arising year after year. Thanks to our ancestral fabrication technique and to the meticulous and precious archiving of our different creation moulds, we carry on with our history and the transmission of our know-how to create emotionally-resonant objects.. The careful selection of the raw material, the clay,, is the key step that guarantees the excellence we wish to reach in our fabrication, for every of our biscuits, derived from a mastered baking process and exalted by carefully-selected colours, to reveal your interior. For you we perpetuate enamel decoration techniques resulting in immutable objects. We also offer tailor-made« hand-painted decorations» available on demand.
FdC has received the prestigious ``Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant`` label.
Faïencerie de Charolles has radiated in France and abroad for more than 150 years for its ancestral know-how.
Located in the Burgundy / Franche-Comté region,Faïencerie de Charolles has been classified “Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant” (EPV)
We have got a showroom illustrating the French know-how., It is located in Charolles and is open to the public.