Pillivuyt Collections

Pillivuyt is a timeless French porcelain brand, dedicated to preserving their rich tradition while constantly innovating to provide high quality products. Pillivuyt is located in the town of Mehun-sur-Yevre, home to the factory for nearly two centuries, and is one of the last porcelain manufacturers to maintain a 100% French production. We love their classic white Sancerre and Plisse tableware collections as well as their stunning baking dishes. Shop porcelain tableware, souffles, bakers, gratins, serving dishes, and more.

The Pillivuyt Collections at Didriks feature authentic dinnerware and bakeware made in France. For more than 100 years, this brand has combined tradition and innovation to produce porcelain of exceptional quality and enduring beauty. Browse these collections for classic or contemporary pieces that elevate special occasions and your everyday table.

Très Français: A Tour of Paris
Climb the stairs to Sacré-Coeur, sip espresso at a neighborhood café, admire the Eiffel Tower and breathe in the fragrant herbs of Provence without need of a passport. The Pillivuyt Brasserie Collection features phrases from French menu boards on plates, cups, bowls and pitchers for an authentic taste of Paris. Striking blues and greens bring lavender and other foliage to life on the Garrigue Collection of hand-painted bakeware and serving pieces. The Ville de Paris Collection interprets the ironworks of the Eiffel Tower both literally and figuratively on an array of delightful pieces.

Tout Simple: Classic and Refined
The French are masters of simple sophistication. Add bowls, cups and saucers from the Eden Collection to your morning or afternoon brew for that certain je ne sais quoi of everyday luxury. Named for Pillivuyt’s hometown of Mehun-sur-Yevre, the Mehun Collection of sweet pitchers pour simplicity with style. Bake up the perfect brioche or tart in delicately scalloped bakeware from the Patisserie Collection. Serve refinement at every meal with pieces from the Sancerre Collection featuring an impenetrable glaze and excellent heat retention that’s safe in the oven, microwave and freezer.

A La Mode: Contemporary Elegance
A key design element in French porcelain is the “pleating” that gives plate edges and cups a tactile experience. Find thoroughly modern interpretations of this in the Canopée Collection of presentation pieces with unique shapes and a contemporary twist. The Plisse Collection is more traditional but feels fresh on everything from tapas trays to ramakins to teapots. Though its design is based on a 100-year-old mold, the Quartet Collection feels decidedly modern with geometric plates and bowls that are free of both lead and cadmium. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was a visionary in the late 19th century, and the Toulouse Collection pays him homage with casserole, souffle and other baking dishes that harken the traditional pleating design while looking to the future with durability and convenience.