10 Years at La Tuile a Loup

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To commemorate my 10 year anniversary as owner of La Tuile a Loup, I’ve put together a selection of some exceptional pieces for the Fall and Winter season. This includes a series specially designed for the boutique. Every piece has a story. Every piece represents an expression of the artist. Every purchase helps preserve a tradition....

Hello Autumn – You Inspire Me!

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The summer holidays are now behind us. It is after all already October and the signs of fall have already begun to present themselves around us here in Paris. Perhaps you are also beginning to notice them where you live, if you are also in this hemisphere. As for me, I enjoyed a fabulous summer...

The Colors of Summer

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I promised you a summer of color; once again I present you with color. A house is in constant evolution. Dishware that we acquire today will join those that we brought home previous and become yet another part of our story. Summer, more perhaps than the rest of the year, with its slower pace, is...

Spring & Summer Tableware

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Inviting color to the table this spring and summer at La Tuile a Loup. This month, I wish to present you with a certain “art de vivre” by creating a universe around these selected objects. Interspersed in this letter you have already had a glimpse of what you’ll find, chez nous. I selected 3 artists...
MARBLEWARE POTTERY (the colors are all teh way through the clay)  OVAL LITTLE SERVING PLATTER 30,5 cm X 17,5 cm (12 inches X 6,7/8 inches) Price = 195 EUROS each  DINNER PLATE (VERSION 2): 29,5 cm wide (11,5/8 inches wide) Price = 195 EUROS each DINNER PLATE (VERSION 1): 23,5 cm wide (9,3/8 inches wide) Price = 145 EUROS each  SOUP PLATE: 24,5 cm X 4,5 cm (9,5/8 inches X 1,5/8 inch) Price = 195 EUROS each  SALAD PLATE: 18,5 cm (7,3/8 inches) Price = 120 EUROS each

Your French Pottery at home

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Have you ever coveted a beautiful piece of French pottery? Perhaps from our boutique La Tuile a Loup, or elsewhere? But are you afraid to use your pottery? Can you really make these elegant pieces of French design part of your everyday? The answer is a very big, YES! And I say, don’t let fear...

Spring in Paris with Timeless French Pottery

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Delight in this collection of fine French pottery by browsing through these images and imaging just how you would use them in your home. I tried to pair some plates with particular tablecloths in a few of these shots. The tablecloth pictured is a satin of exceptional quality that have been pre-treated with a stain-resistant...
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Poetic Gardening

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Ah Spring in Paris! While it is not always sunshine, how could you not love this season? Just because it may be cloudy outside doesn’t mean that the gloom has to make its way into our interiors. Here at the boutique, I’ve lightened up the shelves and brightened up the colors, letting in that breath...
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Kicking off Easter with a Rabbit Terrine

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It is easy to forget (even for a chef), just how easy it is to make a terrine when you come across so many (delicious), ones at the markets and shops of France. I am often struck by how expensive some of them can be. I’m not talking about the industrially prepared ones you find...
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Dishing on the French Terrine

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  Hunting season in France begins the fourth week of the month of September every year, and ends the last day of February. Traditionally this period is marked by the French preparations of terrines made from game such as deer, boar, wild duck, pheasant, hare & rabbit among others.   It’s the end of summer,...

Les Terrines

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Check out our current selection of Terrines. Click on the anywhere on the slideshow to open it up full screen with full product details. For Further information, send your request by email:...
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The Perfect Cassoulet

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The perfect cassoulet starts with the perfect vessel – the Cassole. Accompany me to Castelnaudary in the South of France direct to the potter’s factory to bring you in Paris, the best of the best. We of course have to follow with a delicious Cassoulet recipe to christen your cassole with.  I am always searching for...
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French Art de Vivre at La Tuile a Loup

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For the exceptional, artful & practical. For a bit of the french touch, visit La Tuile a Loup in Paris, your home for French potter, linen & earthen-ware, Made in France.   You could try your hand at crossing all of France in search of authentic, one-of-a-kind piece of French ceramics, linen or earthen-ware, but...