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Dordogne sandstone bottle. Interior: shiny transparent enamel. Washable and waterproof. Unalterable decor. Comes with a tip for ...
  • Material : Glazed stoneware
  • Color : Bright celadon (water green) and matt peacock blue
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Bottle GM céladon et Sibérie

Claire Lecreux - Atelier Mataguerre

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Dordogne sandstone bottle. Interior: shiny transparent enamel. Washable and waterproof. Unalterable decor. Comes with a tip for oil.

  • Type precision : Bouteille (huilier) et soliflore
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : No
  • Dimensions : Diamètre 8 cm, H30 cm environ
  • Use : Food

Bottle that can be used as an oil or soliflore. The ceramic keeps and protects your oil from UV rays. The format of the MM bottle allows you to store it in your shelf. The bottle is delivered with the tip for the oil.

Bottle turned to the potter's wheel in Dordogne sandstone. The enamels come from personal research and are composed of natural minerals.

Afin de limiter les risques de casse, l'objet est emballé dans du papier recyclé, puis dans du papier-bulle biologique. Le carton d'expédition est à double cannelure et l'objet est bien calé avec du papier recyclé. Nous accompagnons l'objet avec un marque-page de l'atelier, et d'une notice explicative. Vous pouvez me demander un emballage cadeau en messagerie.

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Claire Lecreux - Atelier Mataguerre

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Claire Lecreux revisits the tableware with simple and practical ceramics, inspired by nature. His objects with clean lines are made in the potter's wheel, sometimes by stamping or pouring. Resting by their tones, his enamels, from his own research, are made from natural minerals. Claire has been a member of the Art Workshops of France since 2017.