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Petite Friture Launches First Tableware Collection

The French design manufacturer has started its foray into kitchen accessories with tableware and furniture.

Sep 13, 2016 | By Shatricia Nair

Your kitchen is about to get a lot more stylish, thanks to French design manufacturer Petite Friture. The firm has launched its first tableware collection, “Succession”, since its debut in 2009 at the prestigious Maison & Objet trade fair.

Comprising eight pieces, the monochromatic collection includes plates in three sizes, a bowl, a salad bowl, a pitcher, a tea cup and a coffee cup. Using primarily porcelain, the collection celebrates the imperfection of creation – from the juxtaposing raw matte exterior surface and glossy enamel interior, to the organic traces of felt and rope left behind from a unique molding process.


Besides snazzy tableware, Petite Friture’s latest project also includes playful culinary-inspired accessories for the kitchen. Pendant lights are inspired by sausages hanging in a delicatessen, while the “Tubercule” wall hooks are the exact replica of two potatoes, handpicked by SCMP Design Office.



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