When we discovered this beautiful traditional French stoneware we just loved it. The factory des Grès et Poteries de Digoin was a family business found in 1875, along the central canal in Burgundy. Around 1900, the area of Digoin and Paray-le-Monial was known as the ‘Ceramic Valley’. Sleeping beauty for many years, the Manufacture came back to life in 2014, when Corinne Jourdain's ambition was to perpetuate a historical expertise and to bring back to former glory those meaningful culinary objects.
Shaping stoneware for 140 years
The Manufacture de Digoin perpetuates its expertise producing exclusively stoneware pieces to preserve, prepare, cook, stew and contain. The stoneware clay is made of natural mineral materials from France (Burgundy, Auvergne, Charente and Île-de-France). Objects come to life thanks to the expertise of passionate workers. All pieces are shaped and enameled by hand, making them unique. The potteries are fired in high temperature furnaces (1250°).
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