Designed by Sigolène Prébois and Catherine Lévy in 1995, the Famished and Thirsty Collection has grown over the years. There are now dishes of all sizes, a pie plate and a special dish for fish, salad bowls, two gratin dishes, bowls and cups, goblets, a mazagran, two teapots, a milk jug and even salad servers.
Made in porcelain, these pieces combine solidity and fineness. The plates and dishes are cast in a traditional method between two plaster molds. Each time they are cast, certain differences may appear, which are the expression of the unique character of each one of these hand-cast items. Their “imperfections” are the sign of their originality and are not considered as defects.
The porcelain has a special, slightly blue tint. It can be put in dishwashers and microwave ovens. Porcelain is extremely impact resistant, but if a chip occurs, you can soften it with sandpaper (see the video on useful hints www.tse-tse.com).