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Remodelista Reconnaissance: Italian Spatterware in a French Kitchen

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Remodelista Reconnaissance: Italian Spatterware in a French Kitchen

July 15, 2022

Summer after summer, we can’t get enough of spatterware ceramics. So when we spotted a set in the French countryside kitchen of designer Gesa Hansen, we were curious…

The Sighting

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Above: The red- and blue-spattered serveware, as seen in Designer Gesa Hansen’s Restaurant-Inspired Rustic Kitchen in the French Countryside. Photograph by Stephanie Füssenich and Nathalie Mohadjer, courtesy of Flammarion and Gesa Hansen from Coming Home to Nature.

The Source

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Above: One need only look back at another recent post we ran on Gesa—Required Reading: Gesa Hansen’s “The French Art of Countryfication”—for the source: The spatterware is made in Italy by Ceramiche Nicola Fasano, in operation for 18 generations. Here in the US, March SF carries a wide selection of spatterware, also made in Italy’s Fasano region, renowned for its ceramics. Shown is the Blue on Blue Splatterware Dinnerware (from $35); browse the full array of colorways and offerings here.

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