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SERGE NICOLE PORCELAINE

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€30
Porcelain dragonfly, fine gold decor, white enamel
  • Material : Porcelain, white enamel, fine gold decor
  • Color : White and Gold
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SERGE NICOLE PORCELAINE

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

Porcelain dragonfly, fine gold decor, white enamel

  • Type precision : Dragonfly cutlery holder
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : Length 7cm, Width 8cm, Height 2cm
  • Use : Food

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Porcelain, white enamel, fine gold decor, table cutlery holder, lucky charm Signed on the back Serge Nicole Porcelain

Graceful dragonfly taking flight Porcelain, enamelled and decorated with fine gold. Entirely made by hand, models, tooling manufacturing and unit manufacturing in small series. First firing of smart at 980 ° in an oxidizing atmosphere. Second large fire cooking, in a gas oven, in a reducing atmosphere, at high temperature, 1340 °. Third low heat firing at 850 ° allowing the application of liquid gold with a brush on the porcelain.

Worldwide expedition. Individual packaging in black organza bag. Comes with certificate of authenticity signed by the artist

Craftsman

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Serge Nicole accomplit une œuvre empreinte de délicatesse et de poésie. Membre de l’Académie Internationale de la Céramique, il conçoit et réalise dans son atelier des collections d’arts de la table, des panneaux en dentelle de porcelaine ou œuvres d’exception, cabinet de curiosité incrusté de dentelle de porcelaine, à destination des collectionneurs et des architectes les plus exigeants. Il maîtrise l’intégralité du savoir-faire ancestral de la porcelaine, qu’il met au service d’une création singulière originale, contemporaine et unique. Il exerce le métier d'art de céramiste depuis près de 40 ans. Installé à Sainte-Eanne dans les Deux-Sèvres, rue de la Poterie, il se consacre à la matière exigeante de la porcelaine, à la fois douce et dure, tour à tour fluide et translucide.