Manufacture de Digoin Blue Boar Terrine

In 1413, the adjective “Terrin” (land) gave name to this wonderful object: the "terrine" defined as an earthenware container, sufficiently deep and provided with a lid, in which to cook and preserve some kind of meat. Pâté recipes dating back to the Middle Ages use terrines to cook and serve these foods.

The design for this fabulous boar terrine were taken from the Manufacture de Digoin's extensive archives. Handmade of high-fire stoneware and painted in midnight blue, no two are exactly the same. 


Holds 1 litre.

Handmade in France.