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31 Collections 305 Products
Digital  collection with 5 products
Digital
5 products
 
 
In Bloom collection with 6 products
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In Bloom
6 products
 
 
Paradise collection with 1 products
NEW
Paradise
1 product
 
 
Sol collection with 2 products
NEW
Sol
2 products
 
 
Reve collection with 10 products
Reve
10 products
 
 
Athena collection with 15 products
Athena 3 Collections
15 products
 
Aux Rois Flanelle collection with 2 products
Aux Rois Flanelle
2 products
 
 
Constance collection with 42 products
Constance 2 Collections
42 products
 
Cristal collection with 8 products
Cristal
8 products
 
 
Divine collection with 4 products
Divine
4 products
 
 
Dune collection with 9 products
Dune
9 products
 
 
Eden Turquoise  collection with 8 products
Eden Turquoise
8 products
 
 
Elysee collection with 8 products
Elysee
8 products
 
 
Etoiles collection with 5 products
Etoiles
5 products
 
 
Grace collection with 6 products
Grace
6 products
 
 
Grenadiers collection with 15 products
Grenadiers
15 products Best Seller
 
 
Loft collection with 4 products
Loft
4 products
 
 
Louvre collection with 32 products
Louvre
32 products Best Seller
 
 
Louvre collection with 3 products
Louvre 1 Collection
3 products Best Seller
 
Naxos collection with 20 products
Naxos
20 products
 
 
Organza collection with 8 products
Organza
8 products
 
 
Organza collection with 3 products
Organza 1 Collection
3 products
 
Origine Couleurs  collection with 29 products
Origine Couleurs
29 products
 
 
Palmyre collection with 13 products
Palmyre
13 products
 
 
Sauvage collection with 30 products
Sauvage
30 products
 
 
Soleil Levant collection with 9 products
Soleil Levant
9 products
 
 
Studio collection with 2 products
Studio
2 products
 
 
Venise collection with 5 products
Venise
5 products
 
 
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THE BERNARDAUD STORY

Family roots deep in Limoges, France


The story of French porcelain begins in 1768 when a woman from the village of Saint-Yrieix La Perche near Limoges discovers a soft, white clay that she uses to bleach her household linens. Experts would identify this substance as kaolin: the crucial, long sought after ingredient that is ...... Read More