Pendant racine - Collection jardin

Valérie CALVAT

€45
Hanging plant pot reminiscent of a root. Intended to accommodate a falling plant (it's better) already in pot. When you water your plant, the ...
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  • Material : Patinated stoneware baked at high temperature and hemp twine
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  • Color : Shades of red ocher
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Pendant racine - Collection jardin

Valérie CALVAT

€45

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Hanging plant pot reminiscent of a root. Intended to accommodate a falling plant (it's better) already in pot. When you water your plant, the excess water remains at the bottom of the flowerpot. To put inside or under shelter to avoid frost.

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  • Type personnalisé : Suspended plant pot
  • Type : Pièce en petite série
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Dimensions : Diam 15 cm - H 25 cm
  • Convient en extérieur : Yes

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Patinated stoneware baked at high temperature, porcelain buttons and hemp twine. To showcase a potted plant.

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Piece turned and modeled. After a first firing, the ceramic is glazed with a slip juice. A second cooking fixes the patina.

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Piece turned and modeled. After a first firing, the ceramic is glazed with a slip juice. A second cooking fixes the patina.

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Valérie Calvat propose des collections pour le jardin et l'habitat. Tournée finement, la porcelaine translucide donne naissance à des photophores, des lampes et suspensions. Des grès patinés d'ocre rouge prennent place dans les jardins. Grès et porcelaine dialoguent au plus près par un jeu de juxtaposition, de superposition ou fusion.