Small mirror aquapalmare D19

sophie luline céramiste

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porcelain stoneware mirror entirely made in modelling. frame diameter: 19 cm mirror diameter: 7.5 cm
  • Material : porcelain stoneware
  • Color : egg shell
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Small mirror aquapalmare D19

sophie luline céramiste

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porcelain stoneware mirror entirely made in modelling. frame diameter: 19 cm mirror diameter: 7.5 cm

  • Type precision : decorative mirror sea ocean
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : 19cm in diameter
  • Suitable for outside use : No

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

the frame of the mirror entirely made of ceramic which recalls the universe of the seabed. the mirror has been adapted and maintained by gluing a piece of leather to the back of the ceramic. a "keyhole" hanging system is provided.

In the same line as my vases and decorative pieces to put on the table, I offer you a series of 19 cm or 35 cm mirrors. my modeling technique based on the spontaneity of the gesture gives a feeling of life to my pieces which recall the seabed.

each of my creations are made in my workshop in Savoie. I ship in careful and appropriate packaging. the mirror must be hung on the wall with a screw suitable for your type of wall.

Craftsman

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La spontanéité palpable. Le travail de Sophie Luline a pour source d'inspiration l'eau et le milieu marin. Elle joue avec les matières : porcelaine et différents grès, émaux et verre pour obtenir des gouttes et des émaux rappelant l'élément liquide, dans des coloris subtiles. Elle façonne à la main dans des gestes spontanés et au tour selon des techniques ancestrales qu’elle s’est appropriées. Les formes, l’artiste les puise dans l’élément naturel marin, la vie végétale. Elle nous emmène dans son univers chargé de poésie et de sens : l'Homme se relie à la nature et à ses responsabilités. Elle vie entre lacs et montagnes dans un hameau proche de Chambéry.