Fragile and durable, white and translucent, porcelain tableware is delicate and timeless, perfect to be handed down from generation to generation.

Porcelain was first produced on the Asian continent around 3000 years ago, but in Europe it has only been around for 300 years.
However, porcelain tableware was used in Europe as early as the 13th century and has always been considered unique and special.

Originally from China, porcelain is made of three materials: kaolin, feldspar and quartz, which make it one of the most durable ceramics due to its high resistance to temperature and chemical attack.

It is distinguished from other ceramic products by the coexistence of three unique and fundamental technical characteristics: hardness, whiteness and translucency.


The pieces in the Passe-Partout collection, designed by Vincent Van Duysen, are made of porcelain.

The pieces in the Base collection, designed by Piet Boon, are made of fine bone china, a variant of porcelain that emerged in the 18th century as a result of adding calcium phosphate, or bone powder, to its composition.

Both collections are made through a process of handmoulding and enamelling.
Although these dishes are dishwasher safe, the use of warm water mixed with a non-abrasive detergent and a soft cloth is recommended.

Food Safe

Dishwasher Safe

Microwave Safe

Not Oven Safe

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