€34
Soup plate in porcelain, scale pattern, Celadon color. Lotus collection. Made in casting in my workshop.
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  • Material : Porcelain
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  • Color : celadon
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Soup plate Lotus

Marie Laurent

€34

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Soup plate in porcelain, scale pattern, Celadon color. Lotus collection. Made in casting in my workshop.

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  • Type personnalisé : Soup bowl
  • Type : Pièce en petite série
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Usage : Alimentaire
  • Dimensions : 20 cm in diameter, h4.5cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Porcelain, satin enamel Celadon. You will not miss opportunity to use this soup plate: for soup, starter, dessert ... Compatible with the microwave and dishwasher. Be careful not to oven!

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Dot to Dot plates are made by stamping like a porcelain sheet.

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Porcelain plate with effects of overlays, and prints and engravings Shipping in the shortest possible time, neat packaging ensuring total reliability of the shipment Comes with metal support to ask.

Craftsman

Née en 1979, Diplômée des Beaux-arts et de l'école Camondo, Marie Laurent était architecte d'intérieur avant de se reconvertir pour devenir céramiste. Elle crée des objets du quotidien pour nous plonger dans une atmosphère intime et chaleureuse. Elle travaille la porcelaine pour sa douceur et sa translucidité, avec des lignes épurées, elle n'oublie jamais la fonction première de l'objet et n'émaille pas la totalité de ses pièces pour toujours garder un contact avec la terre.