Dinner Plate Prunier bouton Collection

Atelier Terres d'Angély

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Large plate of the Collection Prunier bouton.
  • Material : Porcelain from Limoges
  • Color : Black antracite
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Dinner Plate Prunier bouton Collection

Atelier Terres d'Angély

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

Large plate of the Collection Prunier bouton.

  • Type personnalisé : Wall work
  • Type : Pièce en petite série
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Usage : Alimentaire
  • Dimensions : 24-25 cm in diameter

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Porcelain Limoges tour. Enamelled. Decor by photo transfer. Suitable for everyday use. Dishwashers and microwaves. Note, each decor is unique. There will be slight differences between the product presented and the product shipped but the spirit is the same!

Transform matter and create sculptural and mural works. For more than twenty years, Michèle Jarnoux has worked porcelain and sandstone with passion. Michèle Jarnoux is in search of innovation, her research focuses on the effects of textures of the earth from which will be born the "Memories of the Sea" Collection or the "Impressions and Variations" Collection. For some years she has been particularly interested in the combination of two subjects: glass and earth. His sculptures refer us to the mineral or vegetable world and to the world of the sea.

Packaging adapted and neat. Shipping in France by Colissimo with signature and insurance. Shipping to Europe (Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands).

Craftsman

After long chemistry studies and a few years of scientific journalism, Isabelle Nadeau decided that she was finally potter ceramist her preferred path. She spent a year training professionally at the French Ceramic Institute of Sèvres and graduated as a ceramic turner. In 2006, she opened her shop-boutique in Saint Jean d'Angély. Since then, it is there that it turns, model and glazes porcelain. It is a clean and sober work that invites us to discover in his workshop, a meticulous work, full of sensitivity and poetry. His pieces are decorated with small squares of colors, trees on a white background or soft lines. A discreet and sober decor. Behind this discretion hides the rigor of the scientist, always looking for new recipes of land, paper earth, engobes, oxides, enamel. It tests, weighs for a rigorous choice.