Luxury French Gifts
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La Maison du Chocolat
French Treats and Gifts for the
In 1977, Robert Linxe launched the first Paris boutique
devoted entirely to chocolate, where he was quickly dubbed "The Wizard of Ganache."
La Maison du Chocolat's logo pays homage to a tool of the Indians, the metate, which
is used to grind cocoa beans with a rolling stone.
La Maison Du Chocolat 63-Piece Coffret Maison Dark Chocolate Box
La Maison Du Chocolat 73-Piece Coffret Maison Assorted Chocolate Box
La Maison Du Chocolat 16-Piece Praline Box
|Iconic gift box of our Maison, created by Robert Linxe, the founder
of La Maison du Chocolat. 63-piece refined gift box is composed of an assortment
of ganaches, pralinés and almond paste, exclusively in dark chocolates.
The Coffret Maison is the ideal luxury chocolate gift to discover the marvelous
creations of La Maison du Chocolat.
||Iconic gift box of our Maison, created by Robert Linxe, the founder
of La Maison du Chocolat. 73-piece refined gift box is composed of an assortment
of ganaches, pralinés and almond paste, in milk and dark chocolates. The
Coffret Maison is the ideal luxury chocolate gift to discover the marvelous
creations of La Maison du Chocolat.
||For praliné lovers, La Maison du Chocolat has created gift boxes filled
exclusively with chocolate pralinés, coated in dark and milk chocolate,
either plain or infused.
Magenta dahlias, crimson poppies and buttercup yellow
pansies mingle with lush vegetation that seems to be escaping from a labyrinth of
immaculate stripes. And with them, plates, serving dishes, sugar bowls and treasure
boxes take on a thousand different hues. And, for the first time since their partnership
began in 2013, this new Christian Lacroix Maison china collection by Vista Alegre
includes a series of sculpted decorative birds. Selected from the manufacturer's
archives by Sacha Walckhoff, Christian Lacroix creative director, they have been
mischievously turned into elegant chandeliers, salt cellars and trivets. Each piece
is entirely hand-painted and accented with gold, superbly showcasing the age-old
skill and expertise of the Portuguese workshops. What a beautiful way to celebrate
five years of successful collaboration!
Vista Alegre by Christian Lacroix Butterfly Parade Dinnerware
Christian Lacroix by Vista Alegre Blue Ming Four-Piece Place Setting
Vista Alegre by Christian Lacroix Sol Y Sambra Dinnerware
|Pattern replicates a flight of butterflies, with notable three-dimensional
effects. Porcelain dinnerware. Hand decorated with 24-kt. gold and platinum.
Dishwasher safe; hand washing recommended.
||From the Blue Ming Collection. Prize-winning Dutch designer Marcel
Wanders has created a versatile porcelain collection of symmetrical
parts with sculptural elements, reinventing the century-old tradition of
Delft porcelain, called Delft Blue. A modern interpretation of the Ming
Dynasty featuring blooming flowers. Includes one each: Dinner Plate,
Dessert Plate, Cereal Bowl, Mug Porcelain Microwave and dishwasher safe
Made in Portugal
||Striped watercolor pattern inspired by iconic Christian Lacroix hand-painted
dresses. Porcelain dinnerware. Hand decorated with 24-kt. gold and platinum.
Laguiole Jean Dubost 3-Piece Olive Wood Cheese Set
24-oz. Brie en Croute
Laguiole Jean Dubost Steak Knives with Genuine Horn Handles
|Set includes: 8.5"L cleaver, 6"L spreader, 9"L cheese knife. Handmade.
Full-tang blades engraved with logo and guilloche details. Signature bee
forged at handles. Presented in a luxurious wooden crate with metal clasp
closure. Stainless steel; handles: olive wood. Hand wash. Made in France
||Soft Brie topped with an array of ingredients, then wrapped in puff
pastry ready to be baked to a golden brown
||Set includes: six 9"L steak knives. Handmade Full-tang blades engraved
with logo and guilloche details. Signature bee forged at handles. Presented
in a luxurious wooden crate with metal clasp closure. Stainless steel; handles:
genuine cow horn. Hand wash. Made in France
Bernardaud has been creating fine china
in France since 1863. Centered in Limoges, known for kaolin, the white clay that
is the secret of the finest porcelain. Still family owned, craftsmen produce products
unsurpassed in elegance and translucency. Bernardaud is one of 70 select members
of the prestigious Comité Colbert which is dedicated to
the promotion of luxury French goods.
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