Is it just us, or are these pieces brimming with classic French flair? Turns out it’s the latter, since each one is handcrafted by artisans in a small factory on the Loire River. That lovely shape you see is inspired by the “Pont aux Choux” in Paris, where rumor has it market farmers used to grow their vegetables in the 18th century. Oh, and fun fact: It’s all faience, a special type of tin-glazed dinnerware known for its intricate designs. Grab a full set if you’re looking to elevate your tablescape, or set these gems next to your other dishes—they’re total naturals at mixing and matching.