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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 composition. At the crossroads of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Bourgogne-Franche-Comté regions, the Faïencerie de Charolles is approaching the great Lyon florist “Franck Hernandez” and the legendary restaurant “Paul Bocuse”. Together, they are rethinking the decoration of the 2020 Christmas table, around a theme “CONTAINER I CONTENT”, and when three craftsmanship work around the same values, the result is UNIQUE. A “PAUL & POD” composition with the Ebony-colored POD vase, designed by designer Aurélie Richard, available in two copies; as well as a “TANDEM CHIC” composition with the Quetsche-colored TANDEM vase, designed by designer Aurélie Richard in triplicate. The harmony of the ceramic and the floral arrangement enhance the centerpieces, the mantels of the fireplaces, the surroundings of each room to perfect the holiday decorations. These 3 know-how perfectly embody the current French Touch, the sum of traditional know-how and an incredible dynamic of modernity. A reputation that goes far beyond our borders, especially when it comes to artistic craftsmanship, where handmade remains a tradition, a guarantee of quality. “Handmade products allow professionals to adapt their orders according to demand, and not only offer standardized products”, underlines Laurent Munerot, president of the Chamber of Trades and Crafts (CMA) of Ile -of France.


These magnificent floral arrangements are the best proof of this. Unique creations, imagined for a very special occasion, by 3 French know-how who have managed to combine their expertise, their emotions, and their creativity to offer us 3 inimitable paintings. Whether in the kitchen, in floral arrangements, or in ceramics: each creation can only be unique, if it is made by the hand of man. That’s the beauty of craftsmanship. This type of meeting, initiated by the Faïencerie de Charolles, sheds light on the many possibilities offered by French craftsmanship. It is thanks to these synergies between know-how, this type of modern and creative initiative, that we can say that craftsmanship is being reinvented. While he produced rudimentary handmade objects, he also gave life to sophisticated objects exhibited in museums. It has continued to evolve to become today a large cultural movement and invest our living rooms, our living rooms, our kitchens, our festive tables, as during this beautiful association between the Faïencerie de Charolles, the Lyon florist “Franck Hernandez” and the “Paul Bocuse” restaurant. The safeguard of this intangible cultural heritage is therefore assured. Thanks to this reinvention, the knowledge and know-how linked to traditional craftsmanship are transmitted with more pep and color to future generations, so that craftsmanship is still practiced within each region, both as a source of income. as an expression of creativity and cultural identity. Photos: @laetitia_bouquerel for Faïencerie_de_Charolles