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Bernardaud

250 Products | 34 Collections
Aboro collection with 4 products
Aboro
4 products
 
Athena Gold collection with 6 products
Athena Gold
6 products
 
Athena Platinum collection with 6 products
Athena Platinum
6 products
 
Aux Oiseaux collection with 5 products
Aux Oiseaux
5 products
 
Bacchanale collection with 6 products
Bacchanale
6 products
 
Banality collection with 7 products
Banality
7 products
 
Constance collection with 6 products
Constance
6 products
 
Cristal collection with 5 products
Cristal
5 products
 
Dune collection with 6 products
Dune
6 products
 
Ecume White collection with 6 products
Ecume White
6 products
 
Etoiles collection with 14 products
Etoiles
14 products
 
Euro Tropiques collection with 7 products
Euro Tropiques
7 products
 
Frivole collection with 7 products
Frivole
7 products
 
Gold Leaf collection with 10 products
Gold Leaf
10 products
 
Grenadiers collection with 7 products
Grenadiers
7 products
 
Hadassah Windows collection with 6 products
Hadassah Windows
6 products
 
Jardin Indien collection with 16 products
Jardin Indien
16 products
 
Kintsugi collection with 1 products
Kintsugi
1 product
 
Last Supper collection with 1 products
Last Supper
1 product
 
Le Porc  collection with 2 products
Le Porc
2 products
 
Loft collection with 5 products
Loft
5 products
 
Louvre collection with 62 products
Louvre
62 products
 
Marc Chagall collection with 4 products
Marc Chagall
4 products
 
Mythologie collection with 2 products
Mythologie
2 products
 
Naxos collection with 5 products
Naxos
5 products
 
Organza collection with 4 products
Organza
4 products
 
Palmyre collection with 4 products
Palmyre
4 products
 
Satrapi Sisters collection with 2 products
Satrapi Sisters
2 products
 
Sauvage collection with 5 products
Sauvage
5 products
 
Top collection with 5 products
Top
5 products
 
Torsade collection with 5 products
Torsade
5 products
 

THE BERNARDAUD STORY

Family roots deep in Limoges, France


The story of French porcelain begins in 1768 when a woman from the village of Saint-Yrieix La Perche near Limoges discovers a soft, white clay that she uses to bleach her household linens. Experts would identify this substance as kaolin: the crucial, long sought after ingredient that is ...... Read More