The sparrow, typical bird of the capital’s gardens, is called in the nineteenth “Piaf.”
It inspired the name of popular singers, the “môme Piaf” (kid sparrow) in 1920 and the famous “Piaf”. It is then natural for the Parisian Mathilde Carron-Astier de Villatte to see the bird come to life on the sill plates and dishes of this collection, and to name it “Moineau” (Sparrow). The shape of the plate is round and simple, with a rounded navel, which goes back into soft edges. The only shape being the sparrow and the branches on which it arises. This service will adorn your lightly rustic diners.