Stoneware soup plate handmade in the workshop of Judith Lasry in Burgundy in Saint Amand en Puisaye. She shapes her ceramics in a raw, expressive gesture, exploiting the play of randomness. Each plate is therefore slightly different. Her favorite technique is hand sculpting.
MATERIALS : Russet sandstone from Puisaye (Burgundy)
TECHNIQUE : Stamping (technique which consists of taking the imprint of a mold using a clay plate) and modeling
EMAIL : Enamels resulting from personal research colored from oxides and vegetable ashes.
COLOUR : Greyed-white enamel, satin-shiny, on red sandstone.
DIMENSIONS : Ø 18cm approximately, height 3cm approximately
USES AND MAINTENANCE:
Microwave: Yes (with precautions)
Food: Yes. Be careful all the same with food stains such as those of beets or turmeric. In general, it is better to rinse quickly after use, by hand, before putting it in the dishwasher.
NOTE: Like any handcrafted product, these pieces may have slight variations in shape, color and thickness.