From the Gien archivesThe collection « Grands Crustacés » was created in 1923 then reissued in 1938. It was re-released for 3rd time in 1961 and available again in 2015 in a more affordable version.
The meticulously designed crustaceans on the "Grand Crustacés" plates by Gien look so vivid that you could almost believe that they are going to scuttle over the table. Each plate bears a different fruit de mer: blue crab, red crab, lobster and langoustine, on a pure white background.
These large bowls from the Grands Crustacés collection by Gien, France are decorated with an elegant sea scallop. In French, scallops are called Coquille Saint Jacques. You can mix and match these bowls with shrimp bowls and display them close to each dinner plate, during a crustacean party! You can also use them to serve a clam showder, or another...
This salad plate is part of the latest collection of Gien France, about ocean's creatures called Grands Crustacés. Each designed crustacean on the dinner plates, salad plates and bowls look so vivid that you could almost believe that it is going to scuttle over the table. You can create a beautiful set of salad plates by mixing 4 various motifs: blue...
This luxury salad plate is perfect to enjoy crustaceans. It can be matched with 3 other motifs designed by Gien, France for salad plates: Blue crab, lobster and langoustine. Dinner plates and bowls from this collection are also available.
Which crustacean do you prefer? This luxury salad plate is perfect to enjoy a lobster salad! It can be completed with blue crab, red crab or langoustine salad plates. Each of the crustaceans is framed against a scalloped border.
From the Grands Crustacés dinner service, this luxury salad plate is perfect to enjoy a langoustine, also called the Norway lobster. You can complete it with 3 different crustacean salad plates: red crab, blue crab and lobster. Each of the crustaceans is framed against a scalloped border.