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This Box is curated around the theme, Bon Appétit!

We have carefully curated French treasures that revolve around the essence of the French saying ‘Bon Appétit’. We hope you enjoy this Box as much as we enjoyed creating it!

Inside you will find…

A copper ladle from Atelier du Cuivre – a handmade copper ladle adds a touch of sophistication to your kitchen and dining table, making it a true centerpiece! The long handle offers a comfortable grip, while the deep bowl ensures generous servings with every scoop.

A gingham apron from Linvosges – the perfect French apron for your culinary collection! Made from 100% cotton, the timeless gingham pattern adds a charming touch to your cooking attire and your kitchen. The adjustable neck tie and central pocket make this apron as practical as it is fashionable. Each Box will include either green, yellow, or butternut.

A cheese knife set by Jean Dubost – this cheese knife et embodies the perfect blend of craftsmanship and elegance, making it a must-have for all cheese connoisseurs. Handcrafted with precision, each knife is expertly designed to cater to a variety of cheese types, ensuring a seamless cutting and serving experience. We advise washing by hand.

A glass butter dish by La Rochère – meticulously crafted with the finest glass, this bee butter dish features the symbol of Napoleon’s leather goods. Made in France, this high-quality butter dish will make a statement at your next dinner party.

An olive wood flour scoop from Berard – this wooden scoop showcases the natural beauty of olive wood with its unique grain patterns and rich colors. Designed specifically for scooping flour, this utensil effortlessly glides through your ingredients, ensuring mess-free baking. The durable, and eco-friendly olive wood adds a touch of rustic elegance to your kitchen.

An olive-scented soap with dish from Esprit Provence – this olive soap with dish will add a touch of French country charm to your kitchen while keeping your hands clean and soft. The olive bloom soap is enriched with sweet almond oil and organic shea butter. Made in France with 100% natural ingredients.

Antique escargot pots with spoons – in each Box, we always include unique, antique pieces that we purchase from ‘antiquaries’ around France. For this Box, we sourced antique escargot (snail) pots to use as salt and pepper servers at the dinner table. Each Box will have two pots and two small horn spoons for easy service.


A photo print by Jamie Beck – we are thrilled to be collaborating with Jamie Beck this year as or resident artist. Each Box contains a unique photo print that Jamie has created for our Box clients. As a regular subscriber, you will own a complete mini-print collection by Jamie by the end of the year. Display these prints in a frame or use than as cards and send them in the envelopes provided. Make sure to reserve each Box to ensure that you receive the entire collection!

A thank-you gift for our subscribers from Esprit Provence – as a thank-you to our Quarterly and Yearly Subscribers, we included French herbs for your kitchen. Each Box will contain either Herbes de Provence, Rosemary, Thyme, or Oregano. Certified Lable Rouge and 100% grown in Provence. Ideal for grilled meats, ratatouille, Provençal tomatoes, pasta, and anything else that could use a little French flavor!

There are very few Boxes left! If you would like one for yourself or a friend, click HERE

Written by Sarah Nusz

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