Jars Ceramics

Founded in 1857 by Pierre Jars, Jars Ceramics has remained true to the founder’s creative vision of turning objects of day-to-day living into works of art. Jars Ceramics' unique tableware concept preserves their legacy of hand craftsmanship and high-quality materials.

Handmade French Dinnerware by Jars Ceramics
For nearly two centuries, Jars Ceramics France (Jars Ceramistes) has remained true to its original creative vision — to turn objects of day-to-day life into spectacular works of art. Founded in 1857 by Pierre Jars, Jars Ceramics specializes in producing colorful, glazed stoneware that fuses the traditional craft of pottery with contemporary style. High-quality materials and superb craftsmanship ensure that all Jars Ceramics collections are consistently sought-after and cherished. Today, Jars pieces are a staple in Michelin-starred dining rooms the world over and are beloved by the world’s greatest culinarians.
Bringing a refreshingly eclectic burst of color to the dining room table, Jars dinnerware, servingware and accessories are revered for their hand-crafted aesthetic that honors elegant, organic forms and comes to life in a pretty palette of neutral and vibrant hues. Artistically designed and lovingly crafted by hand, each piece of Jars Ceramics dinnerware is made to dress up the dining room table and add a bright pop of personality. Since each piece is constructed by hand in France, it is a genuine one-of-a-kind that you’ll treasure and pass along to the next generation.

Made for Enduring Beauty and Everyday Use
In addition to being quite aesthetically pleasing, Jars Ceramics products are built to last a lifetime. Each one is produced in the Jars studio in the South of France and is fired at 1280 degrees Celsius, so it’s safe for use in the oven, microwave and dishwasher. This means that Jars Ceramics are suitable for both special occasions and daily meals alike. Didriks can help you find your signature dinnerware style with exceptional pieces by Jars Ceramics. Explore all Jars collections to discover something that speaks to you.

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