€52
The cup Chàpza is a unique food item, handmade and made in the North of France by ML / KMR, a collaboration between Marie Laillé, ...
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  • Material : Porcelain and wood
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  • Color : orange, red
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Cup Chàpza

Marie Laillé

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The cup Chàpza is a unique food item, handmade and made in the North of France by ML / KMR, a collaboration between Marie Laillé, ceramist and Camille Meire, artisan wood designer.

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  • Type personnalisé : Butter knife-Knife round blade
  • Type : Pièce en petite série
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Usage : Alimentaire
  • Dimensions : H10cm x W11cm x D7.5cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Porcelain, wood, brass. Food use.

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Camille Meire is artisan-designer-wood. She develops her studio kmrfabrik in 2013. ML / KMR is the result of a collaboration that aims to combine two precious materials, wood and porcelain, and two worlds. This meeting allowed to develop a collection, composed of unique contemporary objects and small series, between crafts, design and art. The pieces are made entirely by hand. For ceramics, we mainly use the molding technique. For wood, different local species such as oak, walnut, fir, as well as cork, all cut and assembled. Regarding the graphic universe, the surface of the porcelain is engraved, and engobes of colored earth are deposited there. Our research focuses on the means of shaping to achieve a balance, an atmosphere between two skills.

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Craftsman

Né en 1987 et diplômée d'une licence d'arts plastiques au Pôle arts plastiques Lille3 de Tourcoing, Marie Laillé s'est ensuite dirigée vers des études de céramique.