Small bowl in floral porcelain

L'Atelier en Pente

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€45
Porcelain cup, with a "peony button" effect on the outside. A beautiful enamel delicately crystallized with reflections green water decorates ...
  • Material : Porcelain from Limoges
  • Color : White
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Small bowl in floral porcelain

L'Atelier en Pente

€45

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

Porcelain cup, with a "peony button" effect on the outside. A beautiful enamel delicately cristalised with reflections green water decorates the interior. Each piece is unique in my "plant" collection.

  • Type precision : Coupelle décorative
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : 6cm de hauteur sur 16cm de diametre
  • Suitable for outside use : No
  • Type precision : Bowl

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

It is a decorative object to put on a shelf, a sideboard or on a coffee table. This cup will welcome dried flowers, small pebbles, or water with a very short cut flower for a beautiful floral effect ... But it is also enough to itself!

I am inspired by Nature mainly, materials and plants encountered on paths, beaches ... I created unique pieces or small series with pieces all a little different. I chose porcelain for its whiteness and softness. My enamels are simple to highlight the effects "crumpled" from the outside.

Entretien : lavable à l'eau. Emballage : avec plastique bulle et autres. Expédition: par La poste ou par transporteur en France et en Europe.

Craftsman

Coming from the world of textile as a designer, I (re) immersed myself in the work of the earth since 2009, driven by a desire for volumes, materials, touch ... I am a full-time ceramist since 2014 and Adherent to Art workshops in France since January 2016. My sources of inspiration are especially nature, its materials, the stones found along the paths, the games of colors and lights, the graphics offered by fauna and flora. Creative of decorative pieces, I also imagined a line of porcelain & silver jewelry, with a range of soft and aquatic colors.