Apothecary Bottle


Porcelain bottle made by hand in France

Original design and Illustration Vincent Collin

Members of the Virebent family have been widely recognized architects and ceramists in Toulouse since the 18th century. The Virebent factory moved further north to Puy-l’Évêque in 1924.
Today, Virebent is one of the last remaining porcelain manufactory located in France. One of the trademarks of this traditional company is that it works with the three main group of ceramics,
stoneware, earthenware and porcelain, by using essentially 3 techniques: casting, jiggering, and pressing. We produce traditional white porcelain as well enameled colored pieces and decorative patterns. Many well- known interior decorators and famous chefs call on Virebent because of their ability to create custom-designed shapes.

Virebent won several Virebentawards in recognition of its know-how. Some pieces produced at Virebent are now part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris. Virebent has been awarded the official designation as a «company contributing to the living national heritage», a label guaranted to companies that preserve a unique know-how based on the mastering of traditional manufacturing techniques.

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