Fayence


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Fa`y`ence´

    (fä`ė`yäNs´)
n.1.See Faïence.
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Oktober 2003, Metz in Heidelberg, Heidelberg 2003 and Maria Christiane Werhahn, Hochst: Fayence und Porzellan aus der Sammlung Bruno Sandner, in Weltkunst, 73, 2003, 6, p.
In the nearby village of Fayence we sit in shade for lunch at Le Bis restaurant, whose menu offers duck with fig, lamb with rosemary and mozzarella with home-grown tomatoes.
The charming villages of Fayence, Seillans and Callian are just minutes away.
SCHUTZ, "Die fayence und ihre vorlaufer in 'Al Andalus'", Keramos, 157 (1997), pp.
At one point, Wilde remarks,"Die Einschatzung von Fayence als Prestigegut spiegelt die zeit-genossische Wertschatzung des Materials wider" (p.
5km sixth stage from Saint-Saturnin-les-Avignon to Fayence.
Chateau de Camiole is a complex of 18 luxurious villas (some with private pools), 183 apartments and 43 hotel suites and rooms, with a spa and fitness centre for some pampering - all resembling a smallish, snug village in Provence - in one of France's sunniest spots, Pays de Fayence, Le Var.
We're guests at the Chteau de Camiole, a complex of 18 luxurious villas (some with private pools), 183 apartments and 43 hotel suites and rooms, with a spa and fitness centre for pampering - all resembling a snug village in Provence - in one of France's sunniest spots, Pays de Fayence, Le Var.
Yes, it's very girly and your other half might not be convinced, but I think this elegant Pink Fayence chest would look great mixed in with black or cream furniture.
If you want to stay nearby why not book a week in a luxurious 3-bedroom villa at the Domaine de Fayence village with Wake up in France.