Set of 4 round cups medium celadon and raw clay

Claire Lecreux - Atelier Mataguerre

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€64
Set of 4 tea cups Made in Dordogne sandstone Capacity: 0.3 Liters Dishwasher safe and microwave safe
  • Material : Glazed stoneware (bright touch) and rough earth (dry touch)
  • Color : Celadon enamel, nuanced and pale ocher earth
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Set of 4 round cups medium celadon and raw clay

Claire Lecreux - Atelier Mataguerre

€64

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

Set of 4 tea cups Made in Dordogne sandstone Capacity: 0.3 Liters Dishwasher safe and microwave safe

  • Type precision : Tea Cup without handle (0.3Litres)
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Use : Food
  • Dimensions : ∅9cm, H8cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Keeping the heat well thanks to its slightly tucked shape, this container was imagined from the advice of a tea merchant, in order to better preserve the aroma of tea, including green tea with jasmine. He invites to tasting and meditation.

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

To reduce the risk of breakage, objects are 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 all of a bookmark, a descriptive notice and a gift-wrapping.

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Claire Lecreux - Atelier Mataguerre

Claire Lecreux revisite les arts de la table par des céramiques simples et pratiques, inspirées de la nature. Ses objets aux lignes épurées sont fabriquées au tour de potier, parfois par estampage ou par coulage. Reposant par leurs tonalités, ses émaux, issus de ses propres recherches, sont réalisés à partir de minéraux naturels. Claire est adhérente des Ateliers d'Art de France depuis 2017.