Plate made by hand in the Parisian workshop of Patricia Vieljeux.
Since 1992, Patricia Vieljeux has been designing stoneware pieces turned or made with coils which are mainly objects for the table (plates, bowls, dishes...). The earth is engraved or incised then covered with projections of ash and cobalt oxide. Pieces made in small quantities are functional, with simple and timeless lines. She draws her inspiration from primitive African and Asian arts and contemporary art.
MATERIALS : Saint Amand sandstone
TECHNIQUE : Turning
ENAMEL : Enamels resulting from personal research colored from natural oxide (oxides of ocher and ashes pulverized) and then applied by soaking.
COLOUR : Grey-Green
DIMENSIONS : Ø 17cm
USES AND MAINTENANCE:
Dishwasher: Yes, but prefer a hand wash
Oven: No (avoid above 100°)
NOTE: Like any handcrafted product, these pieces may have slight variations in shape, color and thickness.