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€38
Porcelain ribbon coffee cup rolled, enamelled white and decorated with fine gold.
  • Material : Porcelain enamelled white and decorated with fine gold
  • Color : White and Gold
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Coffee cup ribbon

SERGE NICOLE PORCELAINE

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Porcelain ribbon coffee cup rolled, enamelled white and decorated with fine gold.

  • Type precision : Porcelain ribbon coffee cup
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Use : Food
  • Dimensions : Height 6cm, length 12cm, diameter 6.5cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

White enamelled porcelain ribbon coffee mug decorated with fine gold.

White enamelled porcelain ribbon coffee mug and fine gold decor. Made entirely by hand by winding and unfolding a flexible porcelain ribbon. The white enamel is cooked at a very high temperature, 1330 °, in a gas oven, when firing large fire, at the time of vitrification of the porcelain. The fine gold decor is then placed with a brush during a third 900 ° cooking.

Each cup is packaged in an individual carton box. Accompanied by his certificate of authenticity signed by the hand of the artist. The shipment is made by registered postal parcel. Worldwide expedition.

Craftsman

Serge Nicole performs a work of delicacy and poetry. Member of the International Academy of Ceramics, he designs and produces in his workshop collections of tableware, porcelain lace panels or works of exception, cabinet of curiosity encrusted with porcelain lace, for collectors and architects the most demanding. He masters the entirety of the ancestral know-how of porcelain, which he puts at the service of a singular, original, contemporary and unique creation. He has been a ceramist for over 40 years. Settled in Sainte-Eanne in the Deux-Sèvres, rue de la Poterie, he devoted himself to the demanding material of porcelain, both soft and hard, in turn fluid and translucent.