Paperweight Etoile

FaranDrole

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€28
Brass "slice" paperweight, cylindrical. It is etched with acid, which gives an extra thickness to the pattern that occupies the face of ...
  • Material : Brass
  • Color : Golden
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Paperweight Etoile

FaranDrole

€28

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

Brass "slice" paperweight, cylindrical. It is etched with acid, which gives an extra thickness to the pattern that occupies the top face. This pattern is then patinated, to give the different colors. It is protected from oxidation by a colorless varnish. Weight: 200 grams.

  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : No
  • Dimensions : 2 cm de diamètre, H 4cm

Brass paperweight engraved, patinated and varnished.

Born in 1988 and a graduate of the Boulle School, Florence ADAM has always drawn her inspiration from the New Arts and Japonism, with a predilection for the plant world. It is the work around light and its incidence on the reworked metal surface that interests him. It measures the luminous (shiny) parts so that the whole is harmonious and, above all, gives off a feeling of life. It is very important for her that the eye does not remain static in front of her works, so that they give the impression that the subject, always vegetal, is in full evolution, in full growth ... In short, a little questioning, dreams and escape! Its objective is to see nature differently, thanks to an original point of view combined with a particular luminosity and its influences.

Livré en Colissimo recommandé par la Poste. Emballé dans son paquet cadeau. Pas d'entretien.

Craftsman

As a little girl, I was watching my father draw at home. It was the day I took the pencil, around my 6 years, that I knew that I would do a job in the artistic world. Having had to "go into the mold" as a teenager, I came out of it at the École Boulle in Paris, a very special school. We come out Artisans of Art - Creators, holders of an artistic identity to develop and know-how. My work, after the stage of the drawing, revolves around the development of the metal, by its reflections and its colors, thanks to the engraving by hand, and the patinas. So, often on order, I create unique pieces. Engraved with chisel and / or acid, my creations range from jewelery, to trellises and decorative wall panels. Matte, shine, patina and patterns are part of my daily life, and I play constantly with contrasts of colors and surface effects to bring the metal to life and showcase it.