Small pitcher grès noir chamotté collection "à la ligne" émail intérieur vert d'eau

Atelier l'argileuse

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€42
  • Material : black sandstone chamotte
  • Color : water green
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Small pitcher grès noir chamotté collection "à la ligne" émail intérieur vert d'eau

Atelier l'argileuse

€42

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Pitcher shaped on the wheel in chamotte black sandstone, left natural on the outside and enamelled on the inside in sea green. Round and generous shape for a good capacity and handmade decoration with wide grooves.

  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Capacity : 1.1
  • Use : Food
  • Dimensions : 13.5 cm in diameter 13.5 in height

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Pitcher in chamotte black stoneware and lead-free green water enamel with high temperature cooking at 1250 ° for food use and easy washing.

This pitcher highlights the beautiful and warm color of this dark sandstone (rather dark chocolate) and the chamotte texture that recalls the strong personality and vigor of volcanic basalt. And when the classic "line" pitchers of the clay machine meet black sandstone, they take on the "big groove" This pitcher goes perfectly with the small mugs in smooth black sandstone and chamotte green enamel. 'water for a gentle break in a very natural spirit

Craftsman

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In my workshop, I create, imagine and realize in turn, unique pieces or in small series, in stoneware or porcelain. My mastery of techniques at the heart of the know-how of the profession of ceramic turner craftsman allows me to free and renew my creativity and to develop my search for harmony between material, form and enamels, often inspired by my two trips to Japan. I like to work on different lands: during filming, my hands enter into dialogue with them, become one with them and try to express this meeting, to animate it in a precise shaping. I feel for each clay its own personality which inspires me different shapes that will blend with colors and light. I then feel fully “clayey”. Ceramic craftsman, I subscribe to the “slow made” philosophy: rehabilitation of the value of time in order to better produce and consume better in a guarantee of quality and durability.