Bowl made by hand in the Studio Racines workshop in Paris
Visually impaired, this young creator develops his work through contact with the material and through the sensitivity of a particular touch. Remaining in a minimal formal simplicity, the same goes for the use of only white or transparent enamel shades. The earth is then expressed by its natural shades and its different textures.
The use of stoneware fired at high temperature (1250°C) gives its pieces a particular resistance and density.
In smooth or chamotte sandstone, all its pieces evolve with use and use over time and makes each piece even more unique and personal.
MATERIALS : Chamotted white sandstone
TECHNIQUE : Turned parts, fired at high temperature (1250°C)
ENAMEL : Shiny clear
COLOUR : White Sand
DIMENSIONS : Ø 13.5cm approximately, height 6.5cm
USES AND MAINTENANCE:
Oven: Avoid above 100°C
Be careful not to let greasy things come into contact with the raw outer surface of the part. chamotte sandstone is more porous than smooth earth, so it remains more delicate and can absorb and mark. A trace deposit (e.g. coffee, tea on glaze and grease on unglazed stoneware) may settle over time, but is easily removed by applying paste products such as clay stone or stoneware. silver.
NOTE: Like any handcrafted product, these pieces may have slight variations in shape, color and thickness. Due to its use and its washings, the earth will acquire a patina and will slightly change its appearance and texture over time.