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The Hatching sculpture is part of the Memories of the Sea Collection. Hatching is inspired by sea anemones. Unique piece made of ...
  • Material : English porcelain cookie
  • Color : White and Black
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Sculpture Eclosion

MICHELE JARNOUX

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The Hatching sculpture is part of the Memories of the Sea Collection. Hatching is inspired by sea anemones. Unique piece of biscuit made of English porcelain baked at 1280 ° and oxide juice. It is issued with its piece authenticity certificate signed by the artist.

  • Type precision : Five decorative object sculptures
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes
  • Installation : To lay
  • Dimensions : H11 * L10 * P10 cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

English porcelain cookie sculpture

The sculpture Éclosion is part of the Mémoires de la mer collection. Éclosion is inspired by sea anemones. This creation is hand-modeled using the pinch and pigeon technique. It is a biscuit of English porcelain and a juice of oxides two baking at 1280 °. Work signed by the artist and with a certificate of authenticity.

Packaging adapted and neat. Free shipping for France by carrier with signature and insurance. Shipping to Europe (Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands).

Craftsman

Transform the material and create sculptural and mural works. For more than twenty years, Michèle Jarnoux has worked porcelain and sandstone with passion. Michèle 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. In recent years, she has been particularly interested in the combination of two materials, glass and earth. His sculptures refer us to the mineral or vegetable world and to the world of the sea.