Contemporain | L’Œillet 21 trouve sa place

L’Œillet de Charolles est arrivé à la Manufacture dès 1844 dans l’atelier de poterie. Il est vite devenu l’emblème de la Faïencerie. Prouesse technique et patience sont de mises. L’Œillet se travaille au pinceau avec une gestuelle qui se transmet depuis presque 177 ans. Dans une réelle démarche contemporaine, Aurélie Richard et Nathalie Collier ont…

History and travel | Spain comes to Charolles

La Coquille is a great classic. At La Faïencerie, this traditional ceramic form has long been part of the catalog. It was while digging through the archives of the Manufacture that Aurélie Richard wanted to bring it up to date. While preserving the historical lines found in old sketchbooks, Aurélie Richard gives it a new…

Looking to the future | Transmission

    Faïencerie de Charolles is first and foremost a story of know-how and a bond between men along with the story of a Manufacture resolutely looking for the future. Back in 1844 at Charolles, Hyppolyte Prost took over his father’s small pottery workshop. Without knowing it, he created a Manufacture that will go through…

Energy and vitamins | Deep Botanic SS21

An ode to nature as a cure for melancholy In the spring of 2021, a new chromatic range brings a promise of euphoria and reinforces the contemporary turning point initiated by the Faiïencerie de Charolles, under the leadership of Aurélie Richard, its artistic director. She dresses historical pieces as new creations of bright and rejuvenating…

The energy of the collective | Cohésion

A know-how is perpetuated thanks to THOSE who transmit it with passion, patience and energy. It with an ultra vitaminated dynamic and vivid shades that the Faiïencerie de Charolles has turned to the colors of SPRING. Beautiful picture of the new collection DEEP BOTANIC SS21, with Aurélie Richard, Laetitia Bouquerel, Eva Cecchi, Jean-Baptiste Dode. Superb…

Collaboration | FdC x Fermob

The material, master of the game. The Faïencerie de Charolles continues its creative turn by investing for the first time in the combination of materials. The fruit of a discussion between craftsmanship and industry, between earthenware and metal, the “Fat & Slim” side table duo tells the story of an encounter between the know-how of…

Portrait | Alain Gilles

After studying Political Science, Marketing Management and a career in the world of finance, Alain Gilles realizes that his sensitivity lies elsewhere. He resumed industrial design studies in France, and revealed himself. More than a vocation, a passion. In order to pursue his dreams, Alain Gilles opened his own studio. He develops his personal approach…

At the table | With three French know-how

  When the Faïencerie de Charolles moved to Paul Bocuse A unique encounter between three French know-how. The French art of living is also the synergy of inspiring partnerships. At the initiative of the Faïencerie de Charolles, three French know-how come together during the end of the year celebrations to offer a limited edition floral…

Portrait | Aurélie Richard, Poetic Artistic Director and creator of emotions

In a world that is always going faster, Aurélie Richard likes to suspend time. Poetic and delicate, his creations have an assumed modernity, respectful of know-how, gesture and material. Her work with many craftsmen has led her to develop various know-how with finesse.Aurélie likes to experiment.A graduate of a Master II in Design and lulled…

Portrait | Cyrille Frappé

COMMITTED AND visionary RETREATMAN. Entrepreneur at heart, Cyrille Frappé has run various companies since 2008, and discovered the Faïencerie de Charolles as a supplier of packaging. Fascinated by the birth of remarkable pieces, parts of ordinary clay, which have become majestic vases, unique lighting, exceptional furniture, by the force of hands, but above all by…

Arts and crafts | 8 craftsmen shape our objects

Every day, the Manufacture presents new “hand-made” creations, shaped by eight passionate artisans: Nathalie, Aurélie, Gloria, Béatrice, Joao, Yannick, Jean-Pierre and Cyril. Works produced using gestures of infinite precision, the same as those of Hippolyte, a native of the country, creator of Earthenware, in 1844. Eight men and women who have ancestral know-how, but above…