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€22
Porcelain cup with a thickness varying from the thin lip to the bottom, voluntarily heavier and thicker. Black chamotte on the outside ...
  • Material : Porcelain
  • Color : White
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Cup montagne

Camille Tréhout

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Porcelain cup with a thickness varying from the thin lip to the bottom, voluntarily heavier and thicker. Black chamotte on the outside of the room.

  • Type precision : 5124
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Use : Food
  • Dimensions : H 6 cm x diam 7 cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Porcelain baked at high temperature, white satin enamel interior, exterior without enamel including an area with inclusion of black chamottes. Hand washing.

There are probably as many human situations as the type of volcanoes: explosive, sleepy, extinct, soothed, in tension, active, unpredictable .... These volcanic chimneys, like a duo, question: are they permanently extinct or just asleep ?

Enamel can vary significantly.

Craftsman

Vibrations, shadows, contrasts, stretches of rocks, dust, water, snow or ice. Curves, duvets, stops, points, fragments, iridescence, depths, transparencies ... The poetics of the landscapes, their interpretation and the memory charge that they carry on pursue me. The human interpretation of a landscape, the floating of a reverie towards a Beyond through a symbolic world object carries my ceramics. The pieces oscillate in between: to exist as a single piece and to suggest an elsewhere by being an object in its own right, or to be at the service of a daily or temporary use. It is in this between-two that I conceive the forms. They inspire me simply without revealing their function and one day they make themselves useful ... I work porcelain, sandstone and earthenware for their raw colors and the surfaces they render after shaping and cooking. The enamel then completes the chromatic scale according to the projects.