Trinket bowl faceted in white concrete

Paname Workshop

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€40
This contemporary pocket pocket will be very useful in your entry, to deposit your keys and other trinkets that clutter your ...
  • Material : Ultra thin mineral concrete
  • Color : White
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Trinket bowl faceted in white concrete

Paname Workshop

€40

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

This contemporary pocket-sized magazine will be very useful in your entry, to drop your keys and other trinkets that clutter your pockets.

  • Type precision : Bird sculpture made in a black stone pebble
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : Diameter 20cm, height 5,6cm
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Vacuum pockets made with the technique of concrete poured into a mold.

I made it in a concrete of my composition, with an ore of a very fine granulosity, in order to obtain clear lines and angles. Once demolded, I apply a varnish very slightly satin, which protects and highlights the nuances of matter and hue. Also, I apply a thin layer of cork under the storage compartment, which will protect your furniture!

I'm shipping this article to France and also to the whole world. It is carefully packaged to withstand shocks during transport.

Craftsman

Je crée des objets décoratifs en béton. C'est une matière qui m'a toujours attiré. J'aime le béton car il peut être ce que l'on veut: rugueux, brut ou au contraire lisse et doux. Il faut se l'approprier, faire des essais, tester des recettes. Essayer, rater bien sûr, mais aussi et surtout apprendre à le connaitre, à l'amadouer, puis à en faire un complice de mes créations. Passionné par l'architecture contemporaine, j'aime les lignes nettes, fluides, ne garder que l'essentiel, et avant tout mettre le matériau en valeur.