Brooch porcelaine collection bestiaire:le condor

Christine Ceccato

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€20
Matt white porcelain brooch engraved and enamelled.
  • Material : porcelain
  • Color : matt white, blue gray, ocher
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Brooch porcelaine collection bestiaire:le condor

Christine Ceccato

€20

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

Matt white porcelain brooch engraved and enamelled.

  • Type personnalisé : Porcelain seahorse tripod cut
  • Type : Pièce unique
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Accroche : Pinch type snap
  • Dimension : L 7cm
  • Pierre : Lapis-lazuli
  • Matériaux d'appret : Metal

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Porcelain, baking 1300 ° C

Tripod seahorse cutter in white enamelled porcelain and fine gold decor. The white enamel is cooked at a very high temperature, 1330 °, in a gas oven, when firing large fire, at the time of vitrification of the porcelain. The fine gold decor is then placed with a brush during a third 900 ° cooking.

Each Seahorse Cup is packaged in an individual cardboard box. Accompanied by his certificate of authenticity signed by the hand of the artist. The shipment is made by registered postal parcel. Worldwide expedition.

Craftsman

Born in 1959, Christine CECCATO discovered the ceramics at the School of Decorative Arts in Limoges. In 2 years she obtained her fire arts diploma with the congratulations of the jury. She returns to settle in her native Lorraine. She works sandstone and porcelain in monumental or smaller sculptures as well as everyday objects revisited. Her creative approach is inspired by the sense of the sacred where inner and outer beauty reflect each other in a dance of life. His sculptures or everyday objects emanate a serene energy, an enthusiasm for life that translate into a sobriety or joyful exuberance. The technique is at the service of beauty with shimmering enamels or with contrasts of rough or delicate earth. His workshop is located in Meuse in a small village crossed by a small stream, at the foot of a forest. Nature welcomes and inspires him.