Steve Rosoff isn't your average Franco-phile.
He's been scouring antique markets all over France for decades and bringing his treasures back to Ann Arbor, It took some convincing, but he's agreed to share some of his collection with us.
These are one of a kind items. They're not made to look rustic or classic and sold at some shabby chic boutique, they're the real deal right down to the wear and tear that makes them so unique.
Ceramic, glazed mustard pots from 1910 make great gifts. They're extremely useful in the kichen; a great receptacle for mustards, sugar, spices, candies. It looks great on the counter or dinner table.
These particular mustard pots are stamped "Medaille Vienne, Bornibus" in recognition for the Agricultural Excellence award the famous Paris-based mustard house received in 1873.
Great for the foodie that covets kitchen ware.