Marbled Poumié


The poumié or apple frying pan is made by the fireclay potter to cook the fruits in the oven, the mezzés, tians of vegetables …

Inspired by a popular pottery of everyday life in the Provence of the nineteenth, this playful object creates the surprise at the table .

Have fun observing the faces of your guests when you introduce them to your fragrant album of the round and generous smell of foie gras buns, or cinnamon baked apples (see our spices section) … Suitable also to present an assortment appetizer.


This marbled pottery technique appears in Aubagne in the 17th century. It also embellishes the oven dishes.

Height: 5cm – Length: 33cm

Additional information

Weight 2.822 kg