Bottle TPM blanc bleuté et terre brute

Claire Lecreux - Atelier Mataguerre

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Sandstone bottle. Inside: bright transparent enamel. Washable and waterproof. Unalterable decor. Delivered with a nozzle for oil.
  • Material : Bottle enamelled stone and raw earth
  • Color : White shades bluish and sand color
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Bottle TPM blanc bleuté et terre brute

Claire Lecreux - Atelier Mataguerre

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This description has been automatically translated and may not be completely accurate.

Sandstone bottle. Inside: bright transparent enamel. Washable and waterproof. Unalterable decor. Delivered with a nozzle for oil.

  • Type precision : Bottle (oiler) or soliflore
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : Diameter 5.5cm, H10cm
  • Use : Food

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Bottle can be used as an oiler. The ceramic keeps and protects your oil from UV rays. The small size of the PM bottle allows you to put it directly on your table, and offer your guests a vinaigrette or an original oil. The bottle comes with the tip for oil.

Candlestick made by hand in unglazed stoneware. My hands give free rein to the creation of these candlesticks and make each time unique pieces. Other unique realization possible on order. Accompanied by other candlesticks in the collection to decorate your home.

To reduce the risk of breakage, the object is wrapped in recycled paper and then in bubble wrap. The shipping carton is double-fluted and the object is securely stuck with recycled paper. We accompany the object with a bookmark, an explanatory note and a gift box.

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Claire Lecreux - Atelier Mataguerre

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.