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The French do like their coffee, and in most towns you will find that the cafes overspill on to the pavements with tables and chairs and the towns folk will sit and drink their coffee at leisure...all very relaxed...even in the winter months. The coffee served is mainly black and strong with the most popular being espresso and served in tiny coffee cups not much bigger than an egg cup.....It's too strong for me, although it does wake you up!!

Now the French are thrifty folk, not wasteful at all and in the home it is quite usual for the left over coffee from the previous day to be mixed with hot milk and drank at breakfast time together with the left over stale bread baguettes to be dunked in and this would be served in bowls like these, hence Cafe au Lait (Coffee with Milk) voila!............... I'am English and I like toast and mamalade!

These bowls are 3 different sizes
Largest 5" x 2.3/4"

Med 4.3/4" x 2.3/4"

Small 4,1/8" x 2,1/4"

There are some tiny chips to the rims and base commensurate with age.

A set of 3 lovely bowls to keep as a bit of French history or to give as a gift. These are collectors pieces now and so will increase in value with age.

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3 French Cafe au Lait Bowls


  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Ships worldwide from France
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