Vase et Maisons Miniatures

BERANGERE CERAMICS

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€90
The miniature houses are installed on the edge of the vase as on a crest, at the top of a small staircase inlaid in the side of the vase. This vas ...
  • Material : Sandstone
  • Color : Black, white with red spots
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Vase et Maisons Miniatures

BERANGERE CERAMICS

€90

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

The miniature houses are installed on the edge of the vase as on a crest, at the top of a small staircase inlaid in the side of the vase. This black vase outside and white inside, is enameled to receive water.

  • Type precision : cheese plate
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : H = 25 to 30cm
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes
  • Type precision : Vase

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

The whole is made of sandstone, with a slip of white sandstone and enamel, and of red porcelain slip.

In this creation the raw lava is opposed to precious enamels and platinum touches.

Delivered in its black rigid box.

Craftsman

Guided by the idea and the pleasure of creating beauty for everyday life, Bérangère strives to develop functional and unique ceramics but also a line of decorative objects related to the home, attachment, childhood, interior comfort. The work of the earth is an exploration through the senses and a continual learning of patience. The creations of Bérangère are original and encourage the touch thanks to smooth or rough worked surfaces and smooth enamels. These contrasts of materials allow contrasts of sensation for the sight and the touch. The work around the theme of houses reflects a sense of attachment to our land but also curiosity for places and unknown countries. A house is a place dear to everyone and everyone transforms it and the model to appropriate it, to make it "hygge" as the Scandinavians so well describe it. The house is oneself.