Drawing on the curves and factors of a fleur de lis, this ceramic piece creates an attractive presentation. Handmade on the Rue St. Honoré in Paris, these 18th-century inspired ceramics are crafted in a conventional pottery type passed down from generations. Hand molded from black terracotta, each bit is finished in a milky-white glaze that highlights the distinctive character of the clay, celebrating its imperfections and guaranteeing that no two pieces are precisely alike.
Handmade on the Rue St. Honoré in Paris from black terracotta clay (in a standard pottery fashion handed down from generations), every is finished with a milky-white glaze that employs an intricate glazing method that only a few have mastered. Durable for daily use, yet exquisite to gather. Individual pieces available beneath. Inspired by the ornate type of 18th-century French Princess Marie Adélaïde, these ceramics characteristic a signature flourish of raised dots.
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